What must be a couple of years back now, Jim Groom (Revenge Of Billy The Kid, Room 36) mentioned he had a project in the works called Zombie God Squad. At the time he was finally bringing cult noir comedy Room 36 to the big screen after a serious of unfortunate events and disasters saw it languish for more than a decade. Since then Room 36 was released on DVD and then out of the blue this little teaser pops up. 


Dawn of the Dead Blu-ray

October 2009 sees the highly anticipated Blu-ray release of George A. Romero's classic zombie movie Dawn of the Dead, presented as a special three-disc edition – exclusive to the UK – that represents the ultimate presentation of the film available anywhere in the world. Released just in time for Halloween, this is undoubtedly the horror movie Blu-ray release of the year.

Produced and compiled by Arrow Video with the kind of loving care and attention only the most devoted of zombie aficionados are willing to provide, this must-have three-disc set includes the George A. Romero approved Theatrical Cut of the film in 1080p resolution on Blu-ray, plus the Director's Cut and the Dario Argento Cut on DVD, the latter being made available on DVD as part of this collection for the first time in the UK.

Also included is a host of extras that include the rarely seen "Scream Greats" documentary on the career of special effects wizard Tom Savini, audio commentaries by the filmmakers and, for the first time, French Romero fanatic Nicolas Garreau's fascinating travelogue-come-documentary "Fan Of The Dead". Additionally, exclusively designed packaging features four different sets of artwork from which fans can choose to display the collection, including the little-seen "gasmask" artwork and an all-new, specially commissioned oil painting commemorating this landmark release of the film.

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Trailer for Zombieland which is directed by Ruben Fleischer. Bill Murray, Amber Heard, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin, Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson star.

"Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) has made a habit of running from what scares him. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) doesn't have fears. If he did, he'd kick their ever-living ass. In a world overrun by zombies, these two are perfectly evolved survivors. But now, they're about to stare down the most terrifying prospect of all: each other."


Zombie Virus On Mulberry Street

Next monday (18th May) Momentum Pictures will finally be releasing independent horror  Mulberry Street on DVD. Re-titled for the UK market as Zombie Virus On Mulberry Street.

It's the heart of a sweltering summer in New York City and the residents of 51 Mulberry Street are going about their daily business in the knowledge that they are soon to be evicted from their run down building. Among them is Clutch (Nick Damici), a retired boxer waiting for his daughter Casey's (Kim Blair) imminent return home from the war in Iraq.

Elsewhere in the city, a previously unknown rat-borne virus is spreading throughout the human population so quickly the emergency services are struggling to contain it. As day turns to night, the victims of this new plague begin to mutate into flesh-hungry creatures forcing the authorities to quarantine the island of Manhattan by sealing off all bridges and tunnels.

Back at Mulberry Street, Clutch and his neighbours have heard the news and are preparing to make a stand against any attack from outsiders, infected or otherwise, unaware that Casey is already in New York and fighting her way home through the bloody streets. What they do know is that while they are bolting doors and barring windows to keep the rodent-like zombies out, what's left of Manhattan will be trying to find a way in.

Mulberry Street - trailer

Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street

Mulberry Street

A family on vacation is car-jacked and kidnapped by a couple of criminals. To elude the authorities, the criminals take the family deep into the woods that is cursed by the spirits of the undead. There, the group must face their inescapable karma and destiny.

Yoroi: Samurai Zombie is the second feature directorial effort from the baddest zombie killer himself, Tak Sakaguchi (Versus, Death Trance). Sakaguchi once again teams up with screenwriter Ryuhei Kitamura (Versus), for a film that is not only sure to satisfy your blood thirst but also offers some incredible next generation “real action” stunts (no CG or camera trick) by Sakaguchi’s own action stunt team, Team Zeros. (Synopsis courtesy of AFI Dallas)

Official Japanese Website

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When you want multiple bad guys for a horror movie, often the first groups that come to mind are Nazi’s and Zombies, everybody (Who is not a complete prick) hates Nazis and Zombies are simply the best generic multiple foe monsters out there. So its not surprising genre fans calmer to the idea of zombies with a Nazi twist. Sadly the results of previous attempts have not always lived up to the promise of horror movie gold, Shock Waves (1977) and Zombie Lake (1981). But Shock waves certainly had one of the most memorable VHS covers ever and there has got to be a way to make Nazi zombies rising out of the water work. Now Director Richard Raaphorst and Producer Bart Oosterhoorn are trying to get a new project Worst Case Scenario off the ground. With the intent of finally making a quality Nazi Zombie hybrid flick.

There are currently two Promo clips available and they do look rather good, although the nationalistic comedy for the first trailer is of no interest to me and verges on pathetic, If you live in England, Germany and football world cup jokes is something that has been done to death over the decades, but I guess there are some who will manage to find the same joke funny no matter how many times its told.


Promo clips: 1st Promo | CGI Promo | CGI Promo HD

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