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Anchor Bay Resurrects "The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse"

Sneak Peek images and footage from director/producer Justin Ritter's animated RealD 3D feature, "The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse", based on the Dynamite Entertainment comic book series, available on DVD/Blu-ray from Anchor Bay:

The film is based on the Dynamite Entertainment comic book by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson.

"...a guilt-ridden corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a 'Fallen Angel' keep the other undead in their graves and powers of evil from corrupting our world..."

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Anchor Bay Unveiling “The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse”

Anchor Bay Unveiling “The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse”
Anchor Bay is releasing The Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse on DVD and Blu-Ray this June 18th.

The film premiered at last year’s Comic-Con to much fanfare, and is CG animation zombie fare firmly planted in the realm of horror and fantasy. It’s based on a Dynamite! comic book entitled The Living Corpse Exhumed, by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson. The film is directed by Justin Paul Ritter.

Here’s the synopsis, courtesy of Styd:

A creature of the underworld, lurking in catacombs and tunnels, the Living Corpse wears his heart on his molding sleeve. He is not a typical hero – he is a zombie. He is not a typical zombie – he has a soul. His mission is to protect the earth from other flesh-eaters – to keep them in their graves and to keep the powers of wickedness from corrupting our world.

Watch this unlikely champion as
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Anchor Bay Acquires 'The Amazing Adventures of The Living Corpse'

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

Anchor Bay has inked a deal to distribute The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse in English speaking territories.

The film is an animated motion picture based on the same name of the popular comic book.

The movie was directed by Justin Ritter, produced by Ritter and Ruskin and Executive Produced by Eduardo Castro, Eileen Craft, Darcy Feld and Dennis Sonnenschein. Check out the full details from the official press release below.

From The Press Release

Anchor Bay Films announced today the acquisition of distribution rights in the English-speaking territories (U.S., Canada, UK, Australia-New Zealand) for The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse, a new animated motion picture based on the comic book by the same name from Dynamite Entertainment Comics. Produced by Shoreline Entertainment, the film debuted this past weekend at Comic-Con International. The deal was announced by Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment.
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Anchor Bay Acquires The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse

We covered The Living Corpse a long time ago in our Indie Spotlight when it was just a comic book series and an animated film was in the works. The full movie premiered at Comic-Con last week and Anchor Bay Films has announced that they have acquired The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse:

Beverly Hills, CA – Anchor Bay Films announced today the acquisition of distribution rights in the English-speaking territories (U.S., Canada, UK, Australia-New Zealand) for The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse, a new animated motion picture based on the comic book by the same name from Dynamite Entertainment Comics. Produced by Shoreline Entertainment, the film debuted this past weekend at Comic-Con International. The deal was announced by Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse premiered at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday night to a sold out, raucous and cheering crowd,
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Anchor Bay to Have Amazing Adventures with a Living Corpse

We've been talking about The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse for a long while now here around these parts, and we're happy to report that this loony looking animated horror comedy has finally found a home.

From the Press Release

Anchor Bay Films announced today the acquisition of distribution rights in the English-speaking territories (U.S., Canada, UK, Australia-New Zealand) for The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse, a new animated motion picture based on the comic book by the same name from Dynamite Entertainment Comics. Produced by Shoreline Entertainment, the film debuted this past weekend at Comic-Con International. The deal was announced by Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse premiered at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday night to a sold out, raucous and cheering crowd,” stated Morris Ruskin, producer of the film and CEO of Shoreline Entertainment, Inc. “According to co-creator of the comic,
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A Second Trailer Surfaces for The Living Corpse

The more we see of Shoreline Entertainment's 3D animated feature The Living Corpse, the more we like it! Check out the second trailer for the film based on the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson and let us know if you agree.

Synopsis:

A guilt-ridden Corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves and the powers of evil from corrupting our world.

Directed by Justin Paul Ritter, The Living Corpse stars Maria Olsen (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Michael Villar, Marshal Hilton, and Lee Perkins.

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Voting Has Begun for the 2011 Horror Comic Awards

It’s that time of the year when we honor the best of 2011's movies, TV shows, books, and music so of course that also means comics, and ComicMonsters.com has kicked off its third annual Horror Comic Awards.

Voting is open via the ComicMonsters.com website from today, December 21st, through Saturday, December 31st. May the most brutal comic prevail!

The categories and nominees for 2011 are:

Writer of the Year

Mike Mignola on Hellboy

Joe Hill on Locke and Key

Joshua Fialkov on I, Vampire and Echoes

Robert Kirkman on The Walking Dead

Peter Milligan on Hellblazer/Justice League Dark

Scott Snyder on American Vampire

Clive Barker and Christopher Monfette on Hellraiser

Jeff Lemire on Animal Man/Sweet Tooth

Artist of the Year

Gabriel Rodriguez on Locke and Key

Menton 3 on Monocyte

Andrea Sorrentino on I, Vampire

Charlie Adlard on The Walking Dead<

Nat Jones on 68

Giuseppe Camuncoli on
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The Living Corpse: “Marshal Hilton Co-Stars in Shoreline Entertainment’s 3D Animated Action-Horror-Thriller Feature Film ‘The Living Corpse’. Directed By Justin Paul Ritter, and based on the Original Comic Book graphic novel ‘The Living Corpse’ created Buzz Hasson and Ken Haeser, Marshal performs the voice of ‘Asteroth’, a 3,000 year old Gargoyle whose role is that of ‘Guide, Mentor and Spiritual advisor to its newest, unwitting and confused visitor ‘the Corpse’, to the land of the ‘Undead’.”

For more information, visit the official website for The Living Corpse at: http://corpsecomic.com/

Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde: Publisher Mohawk Media has released the first issue of its digital comic book series, Dracula vs. Robin Hood vs. Jekyll & Hyde:

“Legendary characters Dracula, Robin Hood,
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CG Animated Clip Brings Living Corpse to Life

A clip has come in from The Living Corpse , directed by Justin Paul Ritter and based on the comic book of the same name by Buzz Hasson and Ken Haeser. In this snippet, you'll find the titular character kicking some ghoulish ass. Michael Villar voices the Living Corpse. Another contributing actors include Maria Olsen, recently seen in Paranormal Activity 3 , and Marshal Hilton who plays "Asteroth," a 3,000 year old Gargoyle whose role is that of .Guide, Mentor and Spiritual advisor to its newest, unwitting and confused visitor "The Corpse," to the land of the Undead. Coming soon from Shoreline, The Living Corpse follows a guilt-ridden Corpse who takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves, and the...
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Living Corpse Trailer and Teaser Art Comes to Life

With zombies all the rage nowadays, it makes sense that a zombie superhero would rise.

Dread Central has a brand new poster and trailer for Shoreline Entertainment’s animated film The Living Corpse, based off the graphic novel from Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson. Here’s a synopsis:

A guilt-ridden Corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves and the powers of evil from corrupting our world.

Can’t wait. Check out the the poster and the trailer below:
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Trailer and Poster Art for The Living Corpse

It's been a few months since we've heard anything from Shoreline Entertainment regarding its 3D animated feature film based on the underground hit graphic novel by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson, The Living Corpse, but that's about to change as today we have a look at the flick's trailer and poster art.

Synopsis:

A guilt-ridden Corpse takes on a heavy burden when he agrees to help a Fallen Angel keep the other undead in their graves and the powers of evil from corrupting our world.

Directed by Justin Paul Ritter, The Living Corpse stars Maria Olsen (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Michael Villar, Marshal Hilton, and Lee Perkins.

Keep it here for more, and in case you missed our image gallery from this past June, click here.

Visit The Evilshop @ Amazon!

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Animate the dead in the comments section below!
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Discussions with Decapitated Dan 24: The Living Corpse

This week Decapitated Dan is bringing you a 2 part interview with Buz Hasson and Ken Haeser, creators of The Living Corpse. So listen in as Dan and Ken wonder where Buz is and then when he is found later in the day, why he missed the moring call!

After the interview make sure to stick around as something spooky is happening in the Dungeon as Dan tries to tell you about issues of The Living Corpse.

Music by Workhorse Kings and Call the Paramedics

The show is sponsored by CuriousGoodandComics.com

This show runs for about 102 minutes.

Discussions… More
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Exclusive Image Gallery: The Animated Dead Rise From the Grave in The Living Corpse

Here at Dread Central we believe that children are the future and teach them well and all that jazz. That's why we're big supporters of getting your kids started off right by having them cut their teeth on some really cool animated horror! Case in point ... The Living Corpse!

Nearing completion is the 3D animated feature film based on the comic book by the same name, The Living Corpse. The movie is produced by Shoreline Entertainment's Morris Ruskin and directed by Justin Paul Ritter, and is being rendered in state-of-the-art RealD 3D.

Check out our exclusive image gallery below and look for more on this one Asap!

From the Press Release

Shoreline Entertainment and Perfect Circle Productions have partnered to launch Straightline Animation, a division dedicated to the acquisition and production of animated feature films and television. Headed by Dean English, Straightline Animation is designed to marry the market
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Live Evil: An Interview with Lee Perkins

After watching "Live Evil" I was fortunate enough to get in touch with actor Lee Perkins who plays Officer Hicks in the film. The film focuses on vampires in search of pure blood throughout the state of California with vampires fighting other mutant vampires for the last of the uncontaminated blood. Also, involved in shooting with Lee were Ken Foree and Tim Thomerson. The film is currently in negotiations for North American distribution and this campy flick, which is quickly paced, will offer a little something for almost every horror fan. Plus, there are vampire babies! Have a read of this in-depth interview with prolific actor and horror enthusiast Lee Perkins inside.

(Michael Allen) How did you get into filmmaking?

(Lee Perkins) "My mom said I started when I was very young as a carrot in a first grade play. So I guess you could say it was 'planted in me'.
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The Living Corpse: One Sheet and Synopsis

A fully computer animated horror feature known as "The Living Corpse," is currently in production and features the artwork of Buz Hasson with several actors lending their unique voices. This latest action, horror flick will bring Buz Hasson's art to the big screen for the first time. Blending elements of "Hellboy," and action-packed "Grindhouse," together in one feature "The Living Corpse," will fill the screen with complex characters and converging sub-plots to keep this Creepshow-esque feature interesting for both adolescents and adults. Already casting details have been announced with Ben L McCain, and Lee Perkins lending their voices to the central characters. Moving towards a possible 2009 release date some of the details are beginning to come out on this comic style full length feature film. Have a look at the synopsis, initial artwork, cast and crew information on "The Living Corpse," here.

The synopsis for "The Living Corpse," here.
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Katiebird Directed to Animate Living Corpse

Ever-busy genre actor Lee Perkins (Katiebird: Certifiable Crazy Person, Live Evil) jut dropped us a line with some very cool early info on one of his next projects. Perkins is getting ready to transition from the world of physical acting to voice acting for Justin Paul Ritter’s The Living Corpse!

Ritter is the man behind Katiebird, the film that first brought Perkins to our attention, and now he’s branching out by doing The Living Corpse, his first animated feature. The film is based on the comic of the same name, the creation of Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson, and is the story of a somewhat self-aware zombie who takes it up on himself to keep the rest of his undead brethren at bay.

Perkins is doing the voice of Timmons, the Administrator of the East Bend Boarding School, where displaced children find themselves. We’re not sure how
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