Devil’s Crossing – Zombie Western

6 Jan
Devil’s Crossing – Zombie Western

We’ve seen zombie RomComs, zombies in the future and now the zombie genre is being combined with the Western and it’s about time too. Devil’s Crossing is a independent zombie Western, written and directed by Ryan Gray, that has just wrapped principal photography in North Carolina. Where the film had to go through two cities before they were allowed to start shooting as local governments were fearful of reprisals due to it’s “shockingly mature content and overall disgusting nature of the film”. Where as to me, and many other zombie fans I would believe, this statement just makes me want to watch it more!

Although, so far, it is only going to be released in North Carolina and some of it’s surrounding states, with DVD and the net being so easy to access these days it shouldn’t be long before we can all take a look at this excellent mix of genres. With a trailer due to hit sometime this month the film is due for release in late April.

To find out more about the movie check out the official site, follow them on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.

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8 Bit NES Left 4 Dead Now Available For Download

5 Jan
8 Bit NES Left 4 Dead Now Available For Download

Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead is a retro de-make of Valve’s hit zombie killing masterpiece. Lovingly recreated in a fashion that would have been acceptable in 1986 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, this de-make stands as the flagship title of the upcoming Pixel Force series from Eric Ruth Games. Go alone, or invite a friend for 2 player co-op against the zombie apocalypse in all 4 of the original game campaigns. 2 difficulties and all 4 of the survivors make a glorious 8-bit appearence, complete with first and second tier weapons scattered along your path to escape. So, grab your controller of choice and kick back with an award-winning retro take on the end of the world with Pixel Force: Left 4 Dead.

Pixel Force’s Left 4 Dead NES ‘de-make’ is now available for download from Eric Ruth’s site now.

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The Last Stand – Episode 2

5 Jan

When the group set out together, they were seven people looking for hope. By the end of the last episode, zombie were encroaching on their hideout, bombers were closing in on their location, and one of them had turned on them to thin out the herd. “Dearly Departed” picks up with the survivors en route to St. Teresa’s, the only place they know that may be safe from the viral scourge that is transforming everyone susceptible.

Part 2 of Galaxy Sailor Productions’ zombie web series was put up between Christmas and New Year and is now available for you to enjoy.

Watch The Last Stand – Episode 1 or visit the official site.

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Portrait Of A Zombie – Trailer

5 Jan

Portrait of a Zombie is an independent zombie movie from writer and director Bing Bailey, which follows an American film crew making a documentary about an Irish family who continue to look after a family member once he’s become a zombie.

The film seems to offer a slightly different perspective to the current run of zombie films as it bring a more human side of zombies to the forefront. As we know though, that is a terrible idea and if everyone doesn’t get bitten by the end then it won’t be a zombie film!

The film is currently in post-production and is due out later this year.

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Pro Zombie Soccer – iPhone Game – Trailer

5 Jan

Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team bring Pro Zombie Soccer (which we all know is actually football) to the iPhone.

While still in development the game was due out at the end of last year (oh so long ago now) so it won’t be too long before the final version is out (we’re going to try for a beta copy to let you know what it’s like) or you can follow them on Twitter or on the official site.

In case you can’t wait for some zombie/football action you can always check out Death Penalty over on Mousebreaker or make the jump to watch a couple of the zombies you’ll be killing’s stories.

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