It's spring break and these college kids just want to party. When they charter a boat to take them to a rave on a nearby island, they find it completely deserted, except for the bloodthirsty zombies that have taken it over. A frantic search begins for weapons to use against the encroaching killers because, as nighttime falls, they realize that their only hope for survival is to win the final battle...in the HOUSE OF THE DEAD.
The House of the Dead: OVERKILL charges you with mowing down waves of infected, blood-thirsty zombies in a last-ditch effort to survive and uncover the horrific truth behind the origins of the House of the Dead. Survival horror as its never been seen before, The House of the Dead: OVERKILL is a pulp-style take on the best selling, classic SEGA® light-gun shooter series. Back when the famous Agent G was fresh out of the academy, he teamed up with hard-boiled bad-ass Agent Washington to investigate stories of mysterious disappearances in small-town Louisiana. Little did they know what blood-soaked mutant horror awaited them in the streets and swamps of Bayou City.
Two grisly titles from the popular THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD™ series are being compiled into one action-packed horror shooter for the Wii™. Both THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD 2 and III will feature the original arcade experience, complete with branching storylines, over six ghoul-filled game modes and bonus content. Re-live your glory days in the arcades and mow down packs of clawing, biting undead with the new rapid-fire Wii Zapper™!
Dead And Deader is a 2006 zombie horror comedy film directed by Patrick Dinhut. The movies stars Dean Cain, Guy Torry, Peter Greene, and Susan Ward, with cameos from Armin Shimerman, John Billingsley, and Dean Haglund. It was aired from Sci Fi Channel on December 16, 2006.
A growing zombie infection overtakes an isolated university campus. Hoping to stop the spread of the infection and end the zombie plague, a secret government agency is sent in to find "Patient Zero," the orginal zombie from which the infection started, and create an antidote. Once on campus, agency operatives Nightingale (SAW II's Emmaunelle Vaugier) and Ellis (Ed Quinn), find the entire university has been completely overrun! Immersed in a giant zombie battle, Nightingale and Ellis discover some of heir fellow agents have their own plans for the zombie DNA.
Dead Dudes in the House, originally titled The Dead Come Home and sometimes released as The House on Tombstone Hill, is a 1991 independent horror film written and directed by James Riffel and distributed by Troma Entertainment. For reasons unknown, Troma advertises the characters in Dead Dudes as "hip-hop teens", as evidenced by the actors on the green VHS cover (who do not appear in the movie), despite the fact that there is no reference to hip-hop of any kind throughout the entire movie. [This has since been corrected on the yellow cover for the 2010 Amazon.com DVD-R release.] According to Troma president Lloyd Kaufman's book All I Need to Know about Filmmaking I Learned from the Toxic Avenger, Troma fans consider Dead Dudes in the House to be one of the company's unsung masterpieces.