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    BioGamer Girl: “ZOMBIE SQUASH” starring George A. Romero now available

    ACW Games has announced the release of ZOMBIE SQUASH (now available for free on Amazon.com, Google Play and iTunes), which stars the iconic director of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, George A. Romero, as the voice of Dr. B.E. Vil. Players will assume the role of the rabbit Jack Stompingtail and stop the Zombie Squash from taking over the world.

    In this tower defense style game, the evil Dr. B.E. Vil has taken his experiments too far at the Monsterno Corporation and created an army of zombified veggies. As Jack, players can shoot an arsenal of garden ammo to take down the hordes of undead gourds! Gamers can unlock an addictive, survival mini-game with Gamecenter Leaderboards once they have completed the first five levels. Romero summed the game up by stating, “It’s not a game about squashing zombies, it’s a game about zombie squash.”

    ZOMBIE SQUASH, from the mind of Attila Juhasz (owner of ACW Games/Attila’s Creative Works LLC), comes with a rockin’ soundtrack that was written and produced by Roy Z (known for his work with Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford and Judas Priest). And an amazing theme song written by Juhasz and recorded with guitarist & associate producer Michael Di Paola.

    For more ZOMBIE SQUASH, check out the following links: Google Play/AndroidAmazon Apps for Android and iTunes/iPad.

     

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    “’68: JUNGLE JIM #1″ (Comic Review)

    ’68 has addressed the issues of war in a way many have refused to touch. Mixing the true terrors of the Vietnam battlefront with the inhumanity of the walking undead, the work has upped the horrors of death and isolation in a setting unfamiliar to this generation’s readers. Though it’s not uncommon to find zombies in WWI and WWII in both movies and comics, the Vietnam War seems to be one territory few ever tread; perhaps in respect to the still large population of Vietnam survivors or just in hushed reverence for the fallen troops.’68 takes no prisoners in its raw representation of a military conflict that still haunts many to this day, however. It’s a solid kick to the head to a market heavily saturated in zombie paraphernalia and reminds the reader that even though it’s a work of fiction, the stories it tells are a reflection of a time all too real.

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    FANGORIA Presents “AXED”: Father Knows Best

    Being the lead villain in a horror film is no easy feat for an actor. Do you play the strong, silent type like Michael and Jason? Or do you go charismatic and sly, like Patrick Bateman or Leslie Vernon? Considering that the tone and effectiveness of horror films hinge on solid, memorable villains, the task is daunting, and even with an intuitive director, miscasting can be the downfall of a genre film.

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    EXCL: Charles Band addresses “Wizard” Big Box VHS accusations

    Today, a video went viral via vhscollector.com that accused iconic genre film maverick Charles Band of fraud. Recently Band had claimed he discovered a wealth of collectible big box VHS boxes from his landmark, now defunct Wizard Video label. For $50, the Full Moon Pictures maven has been selling these pristine boxes with a duplicated VHS of the specific film in a sturdy clamshell case, signed and numbered.

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    “BLOOD AND GUTS”: Scott Ian wolfs out with Almost Human

    Last season, host Scott Ian visited Almost Human owner Rob Hall and got a knife in the face, courtesy of Chromeskull. Now, BLOOD AND GUTS meets the rest of the gang on set of MTV’s TEEN WOLF. As you might expect, things get hairy when artists Chris Gallaher and Erik Porn give some real insight into the high-speed nature of television, timing Scott’s transformation into their own spin on a classic creature.

    For more on BLOOD AND GUTS, visit the series’ official Facebook and Twitter, as well as subscribe to the The Nerdist’s YouTube channel.

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    A Brilliant Holiday: The U.S. trailer for Ben Wheatley’s “SIGHTSEERS”

    It’s admittedly not all that different from its previous trailer, but it’s a wonderfully cut clip for a wonderful movie. This U.S. preview for Ben Wheatley’s latest does a perfect job of capturing the entirely hilarious, engrossing tale of a ginger-faced man and an angry woman on a murderous, particularly British road trip.

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