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  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Gold Members Can Watch Dead Rising: Watchtower Free First

    Microsoft has announced that Xbox Live Gold members will get an advanced screening of Dead Rising: Watchtower . All you’ll need in order to watch is the Crackle app on Xbox One or Xbox 360. The exclusive preview window begins on March 20 and ends on March 26. Whether the film ends up being worth... More
  • Blog Post: First Dead Rising: Watchtower Trailer Features A Sledgesaw And Servbot Head

    It appears that Dead Rising: Watchtower was written and filmed for the fans. The first trailer is dripping with nods to the source material, including an iconic weapon from the franchise. This first trailer is also our first chance to see Rob Riggle ( The Daily Show) as Frank West. That costume is perfect... More
  • Blog Post: Dead Rising: Watchtower Premieres On Crackle In March

    Sony Pictures Television’ streaming Crackle service has announced the air date for its movie based on Capcom’s Dead Rising series. Dead Rising: Watchtower will premier on March 27. The film stars Rob Riggle ( The Daily Show ) as Frank West, alongside Jesse Metcalfe ( John Tucker Must Die... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Dead Rising Movie Gets A Director

    The Dead Rising movie, which was revealed to be in the works earlier this summer , has a director. News of the director comes from The Wrap which points to Zach Lipovsky as being in charge of the movie adaptation of Capcom's other zombie series. Lipovsky directed the film Leprechaun: Origins , but... More
  • Blog Post: Dead Rising Movie Adaptation To Be Made For Sony's Crackle Service

    Legendary Pictures is creating a movie based on Capcom's Dead Rising franchise which will release first on Sony's video-on-demand service Crackle. Variety reports that the film will be produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura (who had a hand in creating the blockbuster Transformers film franchise)... More
  • Blog Post: Crackle And CinemaNow Apps Available For Xbox Live

    The free video streaming service Crackle, and the non-free Best Buy run CinemaNow video streaming services are coming to Xbox Live. Crackle doesn't have a a lot of content, but it's all free so there's no reason to complain. Best Buy's CinemaNow on the other hand does offer more options... More
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