Kudzu Zombies trailer drops

Those living in the southern United States are probably familiar with kudzu, the invasive plant species taking over wide swaths of the countryside. Dealing with the fast-growing plant has been a headache, but imagine how much worse it would be if the plant also turned people into zombies. Kudzu Zombies, an action-packed zombie horror film … Continue reading

Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies gets US release date

Level 33 Entertainment and SSS Entertainment announced today that festival award winning indie horror comedy ATTACK OF THE LEDERHOSEN ZOMBIES will be released In Theaters and On Demand in the U.S. on Friday, January 13, 2017 across all platforms including Comcast Xfinity, iTunes, DirecTV, Amazon Instant, Dish Network, VUDU and others. It’s Zombie action in … Continue reading

Meltdown expands from short to feature trilogy

It’s a relatively common dream for indie film-makers: Develop your project as a short so people can get a taste of your vision and build on your initial success to create a feature-length version. Jacob Mulliken isn’t stopping at a single feature, however. His zombie action/comedy Meltdown is growing into a trilogy. Mulliken said the project’s … Continue reading

Zombie With A Shotgun Campaign draws to a close

By Chris Post Hilton Ariel Ruiz, the filmmaker behind the web series Zombie With A Shotgun, has dreams of adapting the five-part series into a single feature-length film. He’s been running a crowdfunding campaign to finance the effort and as it draws to close it has raised nearly $19,000 of a $35,000 goal. Ruiz said … Continue reading

Zombie of the Day: Zombieroo

While the concept of zombie animals isn’t exactly new, we’d never seen a zombie kangaroo until the production crew behind the movie “Waterborne” brought one to life. The crowd-funded zombie short film used both animatronics and CGI to bring the roo to life. The puppet was created and controlled by Larry van Duynhnoven at 3rd Eye … Continue reading

Self-help guru planning zombie film

On the heels of wrapping his latest personal development film “How Thoughts Become Things,” Director/producer Douglas Vermeeren announced a dramatic departure into the horror genre. Vermeeren became known as one of the foremost directors and producers in the inspirational and personal development genre with his award winning films, The Opus, The Gratitude Experiment and The … Continue reading

Cinesite blends practical, CGI effects for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

Cinesite completed over 200 visual effects for Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, the zombie mash-up directed by Burr Steers and based on the celebrated Jane Austin classic.  Work on the visual effects was shared across Cinesite’s London and MontrĂ©al studios. Based on the bestselling book of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith, the plot follows the repercussions of a mysterious plague which has … Continue reading

Dead Rising sequel now in production

Crackle, Sony’s free streaming network, and Legendary Digital Media has announced that production has kicked off in Vancouver on DEAD RISING: ENDGAME, the sequel to last year’s successful original feature film, DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER. The sequel DEAD RISING: ENDGAME drops us into the zombie-infested quarantined zone of East Mission City where investigative reporter Chase Carter … Continue reading

‘Burying the Ex’ now available through VOD

Zombie fans looking for a summer fright can now see “Burying the Ex,” which Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, acquired all U.S. rights to earlier this year. The highly-anticipated horror comedy from renowned director Joe Dante is being released in a limited number of theaters, but is also available VOD through the iTunes store. … Continue reading