The Horror Honeys: Zombie Buzz ~ Dead Rising: Watchtower - clips!

Zombie Buzz ~ Dead Rising: Watchtower - clips!

What's better than a good old fashioned horror video game adaptation? Nothing! Nothing, I tell you!
I'm an unashamed fan of Capcom's other game adaptation films (except Chun Li... WTF) and even though there are those who deride the Resident Evil franchise, I kind of love it.

Capcom's newest horror game adaptation is based on Dead Rising, and I couldn't be more thrilled about a brand new zombie game movie (fingers crossed that Dying Light will be next... c'monnn Warner)

Dead Rising: Watchtower follows Chase Carter (Jesse Metcalfe - Hello... is this his first horror role? I think it might be... meow.), a reporter trying to make it big – but the pursuit of his career-defining story leads him into the heart of a zombie-infested warzone. East Mission, Oregon is locked down after police find the bodies of what appear to be victims of a zombie attack. Zombies are not a new phenomenon, but outbreaks are uncommon. Past incidents were only just contained in time and the country is nervous. When two ambitious Net 2.0 reporters, Chase and his colleague Jordan, get inside the quarantine zone to report on a large group of civilians trapped in an inner city dome stadium, they realise they’re waiting for a rescue that isn’t coming. 

Hilarity ensues.

Whatup Jesse. I see that smirk.

New project idea: An exploration of how long the zombie change ACTUALLY takes in films on average... 

Watch for our Zombie Honey's full review coming this week!

Dead Rising Watchtower is now available on iTunes, VOD Platforms, DVD & Blu-Ray in South East Asia, Latin America(except Brazil and Mexico, coming soon), Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, and will release on Monday July 27th in the UK & Ireland, Africa (except South Africa, coming soon), on Wednesday July 29th in Australia, on Friday July 31st in Germany and Austria, on Wednesday August 5th in Mexico, Monday August 10th in New Zealand, Wednesday August 19th in Brazil, Thursday August 20th across Scandinavia and Tuesday September 1st in Italy, France, Switzerland and South Africa.