Horror movies are a dime a dozen, and while we don’t talk about them quite as often as we do video games here at NA, we love us a good horror film. I first got wind of Lilith last February when we had the pleasure of interviewing Bitch Slap’s Julia Voth here on the site. Things were a bit “hush hush” back then, but I could tell for sure that Voth was excited about the project.
Last month we asked some of our readers who they wanted us to talk to next, and Carrie Keagan’s name was on the top of the list. Carrie actually intercepted our tweets and agreed to do the interview on the spot… that sort of thing generally doesn’t happens to us, so we were jazzed to say the least.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City news is creeping its way onto the net like a shambling member of the undead.
It is September 1998 and the action centres once more on the ill-fated Raccoon City and the horrific consequences of the deadly T-virus outbreak from the Umbrella facility. With a cover up required, Umbrella orders an elite team into Raccoon City to destroy all evidence of the outbreak and eliminate any survivors.
A reboot can be done for a wide variety of reasons, but I would venture to say that they primarily occur when the storyline of a series becomes too muddled or convoluted to attract a new audience.
So enough of February, that’s so yesterday. What’s coming in March?
We have a lot coming your way this “Valentine’s” day.
AICN reports that David E. Kelly’s wonder woman has been ordered to pilot by NBC. David E. Kelly is best known for legal dramas such as Alley McBeal and L.A. Law (note: that means Los Angeles, not Spanish for “The”).
In today’s modern age of gaming developers will often base their creations on real people. In the past it was jarring to see an “actor” pop up as a video game character, especially if they were were relatively well known. Can you imagine the nightmare of plopping in Super Mario 4 and seeing a CG version of Danny Devito hurling fireballs from his swollen quasi-dwarven finger tips?