News Round-up Week Ending 23 August

The Dark ManWelcome To Essex

Welcome To Essex is a new British zombie film from writer/director Ryan J Fleming. A disparate group of survivors must battle from Brentwood to the rescue point of Southend-on-Sea in a final burst for freedom from the zombie plague that has consumed the UK. WIth principle photography winding down, This Is Horror will bring you further details of the British zombie flick as we get it.

The Dark Man portfolio

Cemetery Dance Publications have announced a new portoflio edition of Stephen King’s The Dark Man that will contain a deluxe signed artwork portfolio of over 100 drawings, some of which have never been released before. This special edition is already 50% sold out so to move quickly and purchase your copy race over to the Cemetery Dance website.

Nowhere comes to DVD

Gregg Araki’s Nowhere, described as a “surreal American Graffiti crossed with a kinky Beverly Hills 90210” comes to DVD on 26 August in the UK.

Caffeine Nights launch retro Shaun Hutson

Caffeine Nights Publishing have announced new covers for four retro Shaun Hutson novels, Assassin, Relics, Renegades and Spawn, in the lead up to the release of Hutson’s first standalone novel since 2010 which will called Monolith. The four books also have brand new introductions from Hutson himself and will be available soon from the Caffeine Nights website.



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1 comment

  1. How about those zombies! They have swept the nation and me too of course. I highly recommend everyone to see at least one zombie movie, their great and scaretastic!

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