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Indie game crew Ballardia just delivered the first screen shots and details on their upcoming free to play browser based zombie MMO World of the Living Dead. It’s more simulation than decapitation, but it still looks cool.Â (Gamers Hell)
UPDATE: It looks like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies isn’t completely buried, as reported yesterday. Two new directors have put their names in the hat to run the project. (LA Times)
Director Brian Wimer talks about zombie culture and his latest film, Danger. Zombies. Run. (The Hook)
The Japanese Dead Rising movie, based (somewhat) on the game, and created by its producer Keiji Inafune, is being released on DVD. You can check out the trailer here. (Kotaku)
The latest ultra creepy trailer for Dead Space 2 has just been released to the world (and embedded below). Get ready not to sleep for a week. (Kotaku)
Like Marvel, Fangoria is getting into the movie business, starting with a remake of the 1972 classic Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things. (Fangoria)
Alright, no more excuses…. After the break we’ve got the pilot episode of The Walking Dead available for online viewing. WATCH THE SHOW! (Dread Central)
You want Inevitable Zombie Exclusives? Well you’ve got em…
We’ve got the 411 on the premiere of the world’s first Native American themed zombie film The Dead Can’t Dance, which premieres November 6 in San Francisco.
Mike Busson got in touch with us to give us some information on his new movie Stag Night of the Dead and also a trailer (embedded below) for the film.
Dead Space 2 trailer
The Walking Dead pilot
Stag Night of the Dead