Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Good morning Interwebs!!!!

Sorry I’ve not been posting lately, I’ve been so busy with my birthday presents, painting and building I've no time to do anything. Right now I’m working on a Warhammer 40K Imperial Bastion that my friend Dan gifted me. I’m also still repainting a lot of my old Imperial guard. I’m still waiting for some more tank models to complete my Neo forces Imperial guard, and I have to create some army lists for next week bring and battle At Dedhard.
OK, here’s some
“Zombies in the news”
Star Wars Zombies Role Playing Game?

Oct 13 marks the release of the Star Wars Death Troopers novel we reported on earlier. Well, along with the release of the book comes news of playing this zombie expansion on Star Wars Galaxies.

"Players will be able to join together to fight horrific new enemies with a frightening affliction," LucasArts explains, with the book's blurb detailing "The dead are rising: soulless, unstoppable, and unspeakably hungry."

Official information can be found on
Survival of the Dead - Movie Review

I didn't see this yet, but the folks at Fangoria have, So head over there to read their review!
Colin DVD Releases In October

The zombie film, Colin, we have been hearing so much about is due to be released on DVD late this October. Images and trailer that have been posted earlier can be found here. Information comes from This Is South Wales UK. Filmmaker, Marc Price, tells the paper, "We've been working on extras for it. There will be a commentary, some deleted scenes with commentaries and we've finished a 40-minute documentary about the making of the film.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, now with 30% more zombies!

For October release: Quirk Books is releasing a "Deluxe Heirloom" edition of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. This version will be printed as a hardback for the first time with a faux-leather foil-stamped cover. There will also be 15 new full-color illustrations.
...Oh, yeah. AND the book will contain 30% more zombies.

[REC] 2 Movie review
Fearnet has the review for it. Sample this excerpt from the review then head over here to read it in its entirety.

Co-directed by the two guys who delivered the first [REC] (that'd be Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero), [REC] 2 seems fully intent on being an unapologetically slick '80s-style sequel. And by that I mean this: Part 2 picks up 'one second' after the original leaves off, it takes great pains to give its established fans precisely what they want, and then it goes off in a few (very cool) directions that you probably weren't expecting. So, sure, it's not brain surgery, but I say it's always cause for smiles when a horror sequel is delivered with care, craftsmanship, and lots of crazy carnage.
Well that's it back to making models, I will post pics soon...Cheers!

1 comment:

Vampifan said...

Wow, loads of cool stuff there! I'm not sure which has the me the most excited. I never thought I'd see zombies in the Star Wars universe but I can only give the idea a huge thumbs up. I just hope someone releases figures to go with this concept. I'm really looking forward to watching all of the films you mentioned here. There's a lot of must-see zombie goodness coming soon. What joy!

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