We saw the teaser. We’ve been patiently waiting for the Zombies Mode trailer. Past the break you can check it out, and it does not disappoint. What I’m really hoping for eventually is another star studded cast to fight the hordes. I’m also waiting for Treyarch to DO A STANDALONE ZOMBIE GAME. I know they’ve got it in them. But I suppose as long as they are chained to the Call Of Duty franchise they may never have the time to fit that in. Check out the awesome trailer past the break, pre-order the game to get the Nuketown Zombies map.
We’ve been drip fed bits of story and setting details for the all-but-confirmed Dead Space 3, which is very likely to be revealed at E3 next week, and the newest bit is this icy new logo that was leaked online earlier today. It’s been rumored the game will take place on Tau Volantis, a planet with whiteout blizzards, that should make for an interesting change of scenery. I’m expecting something along the lines of The Thing, only with strategic dismemberment. Head past the break for the first screenshot from what could very well end up being the second sexiest adventure I’ve had in the snow. READ MORE
While the official unveiling has yet to happen, a GameStop promotional display was leaked out for the highly anticipated Resident Evil 6. There are a few things we can take from this poster: 1, the logo is very creepy, 2, the game is coming out for the PS3 and Xbox 360, and 3, it’s coming on November 20 That’s way sooner than I would’ve ever expected, and I think it’s safe to say it officially makes 2012 the best year for horror fans ever. I mean, come on, three Silent Hill games and now three Resident Evils? Someone pinch me.
There are also a few sites reporting on unconfirmed rumors that Resident Evil 6 will follow Chris Redfield and Leon Kennedy (kick monster ass with your bro!). According to the rumors, Ada Wong will also return, though the extent of her role is currently unknown. More after the break! READ MORE
Speaking with TV Guide, Bruce Campbell just dropped a few nuggets about The Evil Dead remake.
Per Campbell, “We are going to remake it. The first one. And people are a little iffy about that [but] we wanted to remake a movie with better effects and we’re better at telling stories now… There’s no ‘Ash’ character and that pisses people off [but] we didn’t want to have the direct comparison. I wouldn’t want to put an actor in that position.”
The upcoming Diablo Cody (Young Adult, Jennifer’s Body, Juno) penned Fede Alvarez (Ataque De Panico) directed remake/reboot does not currently have a release date. But we’ll let you know when it does!
Campbell doesn’t completely shut down the idea of a cameo though. Check out the video after the jump! READ MORE
It was recently announced that BJ McDonnell, who as cameraman helped make Hatchet and Hatchet II two of the most effective slasher films of recent years, will make his directorial debut on Hatchet III. Check out te official logo above.
The long-awaited announcement was made today by franchise creator Adam Green. Green, who wrote and directed the first two films in the series, and whom will work closely with McDonnell on all aspects of the production.
Hatchet 3 will continue where the story left off in Hatchet 2, as a young woman sought revenge on the malevolent monster that killed her family while they were fishing in Louisiana swamp country. READ MORE
Now we get the smallest visual tease from the upcoming Diablo Cody (Young Adult, Jennifer’s Body, Juno) penned Fede Alvarez (Ataque De Panico) directed remake/reboot – the logo.
As we exclusively broke the news, the “new spin” is the motivation behind the trip, with the lead character taking his younger sister to the family’s cabin to help her kick her drug addiction. Without her drugs she becomes insane and difficult to control, which makes it impossible to see that she’s actually possessed. READ MORE
In Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences. Arriving in theaters October 5 from Walt Disney Pictures’, the title card was unveiled from the 3-D stop-motion black and white feature at this weekend’s D23.
The voice cast includes four actors who worked with Burton on previous films: Winona Ryder (Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands), Catherine O’Hara (Beetlejuice, The Nightmare Before Christmas), Martin Short (Mars Attacks!) and Martin Landau (Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow), while Charlie Tahan and Atticus Shaffer later added.
While full details are inside, Burton has enlisted the Corpse Bride team for this project, which concerns me a great deal. Burton’s Corpse Bride was shot in stop-motion and then “cleaned up” in order to smooth out the rigid frames. Isn’t a “smooth” stop-motion film an oxymoron? I want to see a TRUE stop-motion feature. PLEASE.
I usually shy away from covering things like this but if it turns out to be true this is just too exciting not to share. An intriguing rumor has just started making its rounds about the vast and knowledgeable bundle of tubes we call the Internet, and this time it’s regarding the long-awaited Resident Evil 6. Supposedly, the next installment in Capcom’s longstanding action/horror franchise will be officially unveiled at the Tokyo Game Show this september. What could end up being the game’s logo was taken from a closed doors press conference at Comic-Con. Check it out.
The date below the logo reads September 15th, so we can probably expect the info to hit then. Mark the date on your calendar because if this rumor is true we could end up hearing something about this highly anticipated game sooner than expected. Let’s just hope they took our advice and brought the series back to its horror roots. READ MORE
Below you’ll find the official emblem art for Guillermo del Toro’s giant monster movie, Pacific Rim, which stars Charlie Hunnam, Charlie Day, Idris Elba and Rinko Kikuchi.
“Set in a future in which malevolent creatures threaten the earth, the planet must band together and use highly advanced technology to eradicate the growing menace.”
Del Toro’s film has quietly booked itself into Pinewood Toronto Studios with the working title Still Seas for a six-month shoot through April 2012. Warner Bros. Pictures is shooting for a July 12, 2013 release.
I’m not much of a fan of Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes redo, but I’m hoping that Rupert Wyatt’s newly titled Rise of the Planet of the Apes prequel finds a way to deliver. In theaters August 5, 2011, Bloody Disgusting has learned that Twentieth Century Fox has sent the team back out into production with some additional photography to get underway later this month.
In addition, inside you’ll find the official logo, along with a video teaser of the apes, courtesy of WETA.
“Set in present-day San Francisco, ‘Apes’ reveals the origins of a war that ultimately led to a global apocalypse – and to Earth becoming the Planet of the Apes.”
James Franco, John Lithgow, Freida Pinto, Andy Serkis, Brian Cox, Tom Felton all star.
The Oscar-winning visual effects team that brought to life the worlds of Avatar and Lord of the Rings is taking on its most ambitious challenge, creating for the first time a non-human CGI character that delivers a dramatic performance with real emotion and intelligence.
It would seem the Dead Island box art American gamers get won’t be as well hung as the other versions. The ESRB has decided the hanged zombie has been censored because it’s been deemed too horrific for our eyes. Don’t worry, dead children are still totally cool. This isn’t the first time a zombie game’s logo has been seen as too macabre for the general population, Left 4 Dead’s hand with the severed thumb was also censored to make it look like the digit was folded in as opposed to torn off, shot off, eaten or worse. Its sequel also went through similar issues.
This change will only affect the North American version of Dead Island, everyone else still gets to enjoy the original logo in all its glory. Head past the break to check out the far less terrifying logo. READ MORE
Update: Just to clarify, this was an April Fool’s Day joke. All of you who stole this story and credited Screen Gems, serves you right.
Like them or not, the Resident Evil films are incredibly successful and after last year’s Afterlife broke every box office record set by its predecessors, Screen Games quickly began planning a fifth film. Today, the official title and logo for the film, dubbed Resident Evil: Begins was unveiled. The fifth film was originally thought to be a sequel to Afterlife, but it would seem Screen Gems has decided to go with the long-rumored reboot of the series. Begins was rumored to be a reboot of the entire film franchise, where it would possibly take the series back to its horror roots (something the gaming community has wanted the Resident Evil video games to do for quite some time), and now that’s been officially confirmed.
Begins takes us back to 1998 when it all started and before the events in first Resident Evil film. It stars Milla Jovovich as Alice, before she became a super-powered heroine alongside Sienna Guillory, who was confirmed last month to be reprising her role as Jill Valentine. For the first time in the series’ history Alice will not be the main character. Instead Begins will follow Ms. Valentine as she finds herself in the midst of the major viral outbreak caused by Umbrella. Not enough for you? Head past the break for more. READ MORE