The Walking Dead
Just read over at AMC TV’s blog that The Walking Dead webisodes directed by our favorite monster maestro Greg Nicotero have just been nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Writing Derivative New Media in the first ever New Media Writing Awards by the Writer’s Guild of America.
If you want to see how the K.N.B team created a bunch of the zombie effects in The Walking Dead then check out our documentary Nightmare Factory which utilizes Greg’s own behind the scenes footage from the set of season one.
Like everyone else at Ruby Tree, Frank put his all into designing our promotional material and we couldn’t be happier with what he came up with!
So we just wanted to show it off to the world!
If you want to see more of his fantastical creepy design work head over to www.frankforrestall.com to check it out!
Tonight is the night everyone!!
We are pleased to announce that after a year plus of hard and dedicated work, this monster of a documentary is finally being unleashed on the world!
So tune in tonight on The Movie Network at 9PMET/10PMAtlantic time and get an insiders look at the Hollywood world and the talented makeup men who populate it with the monsters that we all love and fear!
Also head on over to The Coast, who was kind enough to sneak something into this weeks issue:
October 19th, 2010
Our trip has come to an end, I can’t believe it!! I’m not quite ready yet as I feel like there was so much more to experience! But hey it was an amazing dream come true and I only have Donna to thank for that.
We eat breakfast, check out of the hotel and load up the van and hit the road. We have a hectic drive back to the airport in L.A traffic, but Dan handles it like a pro. We arrive and check our bags and everything quite easily with no real hick ups and then we are waiting for the flight. We all grab a bite to eat and I pick up a couple small gifts from a shop and then we are on board.
I watched Shaun of the Dead and Hotel Rwanda and all of a sudden we are landing again in Toronto! We go through customs and everything fairly smoothly with the exception of a brief scare of Donna almost loosing her passport! A gentleman returns it to her and everything is good to go, we board again and then take off.
This flight I find longer than the first one, I am uncomfortable and tired but unable to sleep. My back aches and I can’t get situated but I deal with it. We land in Halifax at almost 2 o’clock, gather our bags get our cabs and then I am back home by 3am. Thus coming to an end one of the most amazing experiences of my life!!
Every monster has its day..this is the day of the zombie.
Zombiemania* chronicles the evolution of the zombie from its roots in Haitian Voodoo to its coveted role as the world’s most popular monster. From blundering cadaver to cannibalistic killer, the zombie’s come a long way in 70 years. Zombiemania looks at the rising tide of zombie culture and examines the reasons why something so dead has so much life in our nightmares and at the box office. Featuring a sensational array of film clips from zombie favourites, and interviews with everyone from Night of the Living Dead director George Romero, to Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z author Max Brooks. (1 x One Hour in HD)
*Produced by Sorcery Films Ltd.
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Bloody Disgusting: link
The Horror Press: link
Monsters and Critics: link
Horror Society: link
B-Movie Geek: link
A World on Fire: link
Documentary Film Online: link
Fantaspoa: link (Brazil)