I swear we are not turning into a “games on film” site. It’s just that Hollywood is trying to steal all of your m oney, and I like reporting on it. So, the powers that be have signed the writer of the prequel of the remake of Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre to adapt InFamous. […]
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Sega has just released a new trailer for their upcoming Alien vs. Predator game. The trailer focuses on the easy breezy life of a space marine trying to squash a small Xenomorph infestati on. Call me crazy, but I love playing as the marine in these games, but then again I am masochist. Facehuggers in […]
Any and all hope I had for Hollywood churning out a solid Castlevania film just blew up in my face like Danny Glover’s torso. James Wan, director of Saw and a movie about killer puppets has been tapped to direct Castlevania. Wan had my respect with Saw, and while it wasn’t the most visually interesting […]
According to the soulless vapid omniscient eye of Variety, D.J. Caruso has been tapped to direct an adaptati on of EA’s Dead Space. Caruso is best known for his film Disturbia, a spiritual remake of Hitchcock
As you may have already heard Hitman 5 is in production – as is a sequel to the so-so movie – and is looking at a late 2010 release. Twentieth Century Fox has hired screenwriter Kyle Ward to script the film which will have caught Agent 47 at a low point and he must build […]
I have to admit that I’d totally forgot there was a game tied to The Dark Knight until I read this article over at Kotaku. First it was going to be released with the film hit theaters, then it was delayed to line up with the home video product hitting stores. It never arrived. Kotaku’s […]
The Craft of War: BLIND from percula on Vimeo.
A Short Visual History of Videogames from Kyle Downes on Vimeo.
Bob’s other son, Jesse Dylan has been busy directing stars (or almost stars) in Nintendo DS adverts. They’re mildly amusing and pretty well made. He’d previosly directed movies you won’t admit having seem, such as Kicking & Screaming. I never saw it myself, but that scene where Robert Duvall kicks Will Ferrell’s ass in tetherball […]