Category: Videos

The Dead Must Die – Episode 1

6 May

“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.

You can find out more at The Dead Must Die’s tumblr blog or follow them on Twitter.

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Kim, Will And The Revenge Of The Living Dead

30 Jul

Really good short love story set after the zombies have risen.

Kim and Will live on neighboring farms, stuck behind the fences that keep the plague of zombies from killing them. Will they be able to explore their budding love or will they succumb to the revenge of the living dead?

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Matt And Wes Vs The Zombie Apocalypse – Episode 1

26 Jul

New webseries Matt And Wes Vs The Zombie Apocalypse is one of the best and easily the funniest webseries we’ve seen since starting ZC.

Matt and Wes, hetero-life mates, argue over the finer points of zombies as the apocalypse begins. In our first episode, we’re introduced to our heroes as Wes kills one in self defense and Matt persuades Wes to follow his finer points of zombie specifics.

Watch it above and lol along with us or check out the official site. We’ll bring you more episodes as they’re released.

Chemical 12D – Zombie Short

25 Jul

You may recall our Chemical 12D review from last year, at which point the DVD was available to buy from Water Cooler Productions, however the guys today have had their first festival screening at Fantasia Fest just before The Human Centipede.

To celebrate the guys have released it online for everybody which you can watch above (though the DVD still has a tonne of extras if you want to buy it), enjoy.

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The Walking Dead Animated Comic

24 Jul

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The Walking Dead devotees in the US are getting a sneak peek at the new animated version of (half of) issue #1, based on Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel of the same name.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with the story, the premise is straight forward: our hero (Rick Grimes) wakes up in a hospital to find the world gone undead. Using the Romero playbook as a guideline, we’re treated to some very slow, and very decomposed, lumbering zombies.

Two key notes for zombie-philes to notice:

  1. The zombie that falls down the stairs and receives a blow to the head does not immediately “shut off,” as one might expect from such a trauma. Are fresh zombies harder to kill?
  2. The unfortunate lady soul our strapping lead encounters in the field is still animated, though far from mobile (she’s mostly skeleton), suggesting a little envelope pushing as to how far the undead hold on the human body can go before ultimately being extinguished. (Does she even have an intact melon?)

I’m a little concerned about how the pacing and use of silence will hold up in animation should they do more than just the first issue. Character development is key to the original story, and although Kirkman is the executive producer on this series, I’m curious to see how this slow pacing will go down with American audiences for the live action version.

That said, the clip is pretty enough to keep me waiting until October when it finally hits the screen and we’ll let you know when part two is out.


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