Asylum Press and Visionborne have joined forces to produce a slate of animated comics based on popular Asylum Press titles for the Apple iPad and other mobile devices. After the successful launch of fan-favorite Fearless Dawn #1, Zombie Terrors is the next in the lineup to be released exclusively through the Visionborne app that uses Airmid technology, a process that converts static 2D art into a vibrant 3D animated format that can be read and "experienced" using a reader app on iOS and Android.
You think you've got bad dreams? Consider author John F.D. Taff's nightmares. How about the one where a guy resurrects his dead girlfriend with a set of the prop neck bolts used on Boris Karloff in the 1932 classic Frankenstein? Or one where the ghost
David Bowie on Hannibal?
With "Hannibal" just nabbing a second season renewal, creator Bryan Fuller tells ENews that they have reached out to David Bowie to play Hannibal's uncle:
"We have reached out to David Bowie to see if he's interested and available," creator Bryan Fuller tells E! News. "We would love for him to play Hannibal's uncle, who is a character from the literature and in the books."
Bowie has NOT said yes yet, or had any comment. However, if this does come to fruition, it would be some major casting news for the NBC series. read more
By Bill Burns
To Jennifer (2013)
Joey suspects his girlfriend of two years, Jennifer, is cheating on him. He is so convinced that he enlists the help of his cousin Steven to create a Video Diary of his attempt to catch her in the act as well as to document the heartbreak she is putting him through. In an attempt to make her feel guilty, he intends to give this tape to her "
James Cullen Bressack’s thriller To Jennifer is an interesting examination of the intersections between obsession, psychosis, and technology. Shot entirely on an iPhone 5, To Jennifer appears on the surface to be part of the found footage/mockumentary/ Catfish-style real fake genre so prevalent in contemporary horror. Actually, the film has more in common with Jim McBride’s 1967 self-reflective biography David Holzman's Diary. Both films deconstruct the theory that cameras and filming dehumanize, when it’s really the human beings behind and in front of the camera that use the medium to control and degrade themselves and each other. Joey starts out as a sympathetic cypher, broken hearted and still pining after his deceptive girlfriend Jennifer. Yet the more he speaks, his eyes darting, a seething rage behind his rejected, vulnerable affect, the more the viewer identifies with the absent Jennifer. Chuck Pappas brings a Ted Bundy-esque intensity to the role of the increasingly desperate Joey. His need to state his case both in person and on camera fuels his sense of righteous paranoia. Joey is a Patrick Bateman for the Facebook generation, sweetly skyping his worried mother one minute, hysterically breaking down and screaming his lungs out at the camera the next. read more
THR is reporting that the new "Terminator" movie will hit theaters on June 26, 2015, Paramount announced Thursday, June 27. The film is said to be the first in a trilogy.
"It's not clear what role, if any, Schwarzenegger would have in the reboot."
We shall see how this one shapes up.
Water Tree Media has provided us with the official trailer for "Ditch Day Massacre" starring Bill Oberst, Jr. and Lynn Lowry.
"Jenny Bilson, a high school senior, is the perfect student, and a wonderful daughter to a veteran police detective. But a figure from her past has come knocking. And, throwing a high school 'ditch party,' will end up being one HELL of a mistake!“
A special episode of Playing Dead focused on Walking Dead 400 Days has been released. You can check it out below.
The Walking Dead: 400 Days chronicles the horrific aftermath of the undead outbreak through the eyes of five new characters as they struggle to survive the first 400 days of the apocalypse. Playable in any order, the five connected short stories are centered in and around a Georgia truck stop, where players will be thrust into horrifying situations that will test their morals and control the flow of the story through their decisions and actions. read more
Another fine collectible is coming for fan's of The Walking Dead TV series.
This Daryl Dixon deluxe 10-inch action figure features the exact likeness of the actor, taken from a full 3D scan of the actor himself, Norman Reedus! The 10-inch tall Daryl Dixon action figure is portrayed in his iconic angel wings stitched biker vest and includes removable poncho, hunting knife, and crossbow. Poncho is an accessory piece within the packaging, but will not be displayed on Daryl.
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Marvel Comics has provided us a preview of the new Venom comic.
If Venom's going to be the super hero Philly deserves, he's got to do it right! Venom wants it all — resources, allies, contacts, and an HQ–but he knows zip about setting that up! To make matters worse, he's already made an enemy of Philly's toughest crime boss — Lord Ogre! And Lord Ogre declares WAR!
Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Aaron Kim Jacinto
Cover by Declan Shalvey read more
Get ready for the release of "HELL BABY" on Ultra VOD July 25th and in theaters and premium VOD September 6th.
"HELL BABY", a comedy scripted by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant (Night at The Museum, Reno 911!: Miami) marks their co-directing debut.
"Jack (Rob Corddry) and Vanessa (Leslie Bibb) are an expectant couple that moves into the most haunted fixer-upper in New Orleans — a house with a deadly demonic curse. Things soon spiral out of control for Jack and Vanessa, as well as their-not-so-helpful neighbor F'Resnel (Keegan-Michael Key), Vanessa's friendly psychiatrist (Michael Ian Black), Vanessa's Wiccan sister Marjorie (Riki Lindhome) and the detectives assigned to look into the rising body count (Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer). Only the Vatican's elite exorcism team (Garant and Lennon) san save them — or can they?" read more