NSFW: Duke Nukem Forever will forever be vaporware, but that hasn’t stopped fans; this live-action trailer is what the game should have been–campy, cigar-chomping, and kick-ass.
This Story trailer for Alien vs. Predator is actually light on the story and heavy on the gory; if there’s a brighter future with Weyland-Yutani, it sure as hell ain’t working as a colonial marine.
Confirmed for the US: Alien vs. Predator: Hunter Edition gets up close and personal with a Facehugger model, Weyland Yutani badge, hardcover graphic novel, and 4 multiplayer maps.
The 12 Days of Christmas meet the 9 Circles of Hell in this gut-wrenchingly goofy Christmas Carol trailer for Dante’s Inferno; it’s actually a teaser for the game’s Gates of Hell Demo.
Bioshock 2 unloads a triplet of little sisters gameplay trailers that show off three of its team-based multiplayer modes; included: Capture the Sister, Turf Wars, and Civil War.
Perfect for brainless board game fun, Oh No… Zombies! tasks you with leaving your shack to collect survival gear at abandoned stores; includes 35 cards, 14 game pieces and 3 dice.
If you’re not a fan of Chucky it’s best that you skip Alma; this beautifully rendered CG short film by Rodrigo Blaas is a cautionary tale about nosy children and creepy-looking dolls.
It may be only monochrome, but we wouldn’t want Michelle Santiago’s The Swarm t-shirt any other way; the detailed all-over print is buzzing with fantastic winged wasp carnage.
Move over zombies, the plant apocalypse is upon us: check out three clips from sci-fi/horror classic Day of the Triffids, which gets a reboot on BBC One at the end of December.
The Crazies gets a full-length second trailer; in case you missed the first one, it’s a remake of George Romero’s 1973 classic about funny tasting water and not-so-funny locals.
This third international trailer for Daybreakers continues to build upon the previous two with a solid summary of the plot; the last 20 seconds reward with new, fast-cut action scenes.
We’d sell our souls for a US release date, but this Hall of Mirrors clip for Solomon Kane offers a bit of awesome (however horrific) redemption; watch the first two minute trailer here.
For the same cost as the regular version, Dante’s Inferno: Divine Edition is a PS3 exclusive due out 2/9/10; it includes a digital copy of the actual book, soundtrack, and art book.
Holy smoke and flame, horseman: Darksider’s four-legged Ruin gets its own trailer with glimpses at other mounts; still, there’s no topping the epic coda: “What follows War but Ruin…”
Finished in 2006 but only now fully viewable, Chris Jones’ The Passenger is the result of eight years of hard work; the animated short can also be purchased on DVD. Thanks, Andrew!
Darksiders continues its Hellbook trailers with War’s Arsenal and Hordes of Hell; the first is a runnin’, gunnin’, and swordin’ lowdown, while the latter gets up close with the unholy masses.
Konami takes Silent Hill back to its roots with Shattered Memories, due out on the PS2, PSP, and Wii 12/8/09; this Memories Montage trailer is a music video with monstrous overtones.
There’s isn’t much new in this second Daybreakers trailer (watch the first one here), but it does introduce a major plot point regarding Ethan Hawke’s character: he’s a type O traitor.
Globe and Namco Bandai team up to promote the release of Splatterhouse on PS3/Xbox 360 Q3 2010; these Superfly kicks sport an appropriately red and black splattered colorway.
It’s not the first time we’ve seen Harrison Krix’s Big Daddy Costume, but these photos at the Georgia Aquarium are almost a perfect rendition of Bioshock–especially with HDR editing.
The Horseman’s Road trailer for Darksiders gives us our first real look at the player’s powers and loot, and boy is it heavenly: burning armor, wings of shadow flight and abyssal chains.
BioShock 2: Special Edition packs in the physical goodies with a 13″x13″ box, three vintage Rapture posters, a vinyl 180g LP of the original BioShock score, an artbook, and BioShock 2.
Say Seasons Eatings in style with your own pack of ten Left 4 Dead 2 Holiday Cards; each is drawn by Alexandria Neonakis and features the Spitter, Charger, and Jockey zombies.
Zombies and vampires go mainstream with this seemingly made-for-Disney promo trailer for The Slayers; it’s inspired by kids-vs-monsters flicks like The Goonies and Monster Squad.
This Developers Diary for Darksiders dishes the dirt on the coolest horseman, War, along with the story: it’s literally a conspiracy of biblical proportions between Heaven and Hell.
Halloween has already passed, but Ecko’s Black Rhino Collection is a year-round dedication to cult classics; it includes hoodies and tees from Friday the 13th, Saw, and more.
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