“The Dead Must Die” is a new comedy/horror web series set after the inevitable ‘Zombie Apocalypse’, launching today as an Official DailyMotion web series.
There are 7 zombie fueled episodes, which will be appearing once a week for the next 7 weeks.
It follows two video game geeks, Steve (Stephen Russell) and other Steve (Jonny Helm) as they navigate through the wild terrain of their long awaited (and often discussed) zombie apocalypse.
Unfortunately, neither of them is really prepared for the reality of the situation…
Through blizzards, anti-zombie hate mobs, sand-eating, creepy nameless ninja chicks, crossbows, and moms, our heroes shall venture forth into this new world, where there is only one thing they can be certain of: that the dead must die!
From its beginnings as an in-character Twitter account dealing with the zombie apocalypse, The Dead Must Die has developed into a full grown monster series with the aid of its award winning creator Matthew Snyman and Digital Media Producer Alex Barkaloff (Lionsgate) and of course the lovely folks at DailyMotion.
Each episode has original art designed by a group of select illustrators from around the world, and will be available for download each week.
Despite featuring the most lacklustre 3D this side of Clash of the Titans, Resident Evil: Afterlife managed to rack up the worldwide #1 box office last week and with so much money just waiting to be made it shouldn’t come as any surprise that another sequel is going to be made.
This new Resident Evil is the first one to ever open at No. 1 worldwide. It’s the biggest movie in the franchise, so we’re definitely going to make another one
Apparently though, this time it will be up to the fans to tell them what we want to see, with Milla going on to add
We’ve been talking to a lot of fans on Twitter and stuff, so it’s probably going to be one of the first movies where we really talk to fans to see what they want, and what characters they want to see. It’s going to be a more interactive process.
Can we tell them to stop? Still, more Milla and Ali Larter ain’t so bad and Sienna Guillory is back as Jill, so I suppose I could go see it, you know, for you guys.
We’re a sucker for a good board game and apart from Zombies!!! and Twilight Creations’ stuff there aren’t many zombie board games. Zombie State is a viral game of global proportions for 2-5 players ages 13 and up.
Firebongo!’s handcrafted, plush, undead, snugglers are only the beginning of the ZOM plague. Bring the epidemic to your hometown. But be warned: ZOMs will steal your heart along with a few other choice body parts.