Welcome back, Frank West! This week Dead Rising 4 arrived on Xbox One for ardent zombie fans to revisit the city of Willamette, and once again they take control of the wonderfully pessimistic photographer Frank as he’s pulled back into another bloody adventure.
For those of you still stumbling around looking for the perfect gift this holiday season, here are a few suggestions that may come in handy for that special adult gamer in your life. Including some of the best video games released this year, these titles are sure to please the person in your life who just can’t tear themselves away from their console.
From music and shooters to action and racing, here are a few suggestions this holiday season.
Once again, theatres are jammed with new releases, and the good news is that this is a banner weekend for movies with most of the films getting great early reviews. Coming out this weekend we have the horror/comedy Zombieland, Michael Moore‘s Capitalism: A Love Story, the comedy The Invention Of Lying, Drew Barrymore‘s Whip It, and the re-release of Toy Story and Toy Story 2 back-to-back in 3-D.
Bring on the gore, bring on the laughs; on Friday, October 2 Columbia Pictures debuts their new movie, Zombieland, and if you’re a fan of horror and comedy, you’re going to want to check this one out.
Finally, after a way-too-long wait, Capcom has some good news for the zombie-killing fanatics out there like me.
According to a Capcom press release today, Dead Rising 2 is already in the works for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC (yet another reason that Macs suck?).
American history gets the adventure treatments once again in the often dizzyingly surreal National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets launches Ben Gates into another search for lost treasure as he also tries to clear his ancestor’s name from the plot to kill President Lincoln. Also arriving this week is the zombie-driven horror Diary of the Dead, futuristic anime in Vexille, the 80s hit comedy Short Circuit, and the first season of 24.
Mr. Horror himself, Chris Alexander, interviewed Diary of the Dead star Amy Lalonde about her role in George A. Romero‘s film for Fangoria, and I had to pass it along.…
Arriving this week on DVD: A rat helps a clumsy cleaner become one of Paris’ star chefs, the dead rise again to serve the living, Chuck and Larry tie the knot, the ninja turtles get animated, and Michael Moore lands in two films.