Back in 2010, we reviewed the original Darksiders for Playstation 3. You can read our review here, but the basic gist was that it was a decent game worth your time and money. This being 2016, the year of the remaster, we naturally have Darksiders: Warmastered, because of course we do. This review is going to be covering the PS4 version specifically.
When the Zombie Apocalypse comes, I will be prepared. You should be too, my friend Stephen is an expert in these things having watched every zombie flick ever made and he reckons it’s definitely coming. I believe him, although he also told me there’s no such thing as a left and a right sock… That aside we should all be prepared. Personally I keep all my gardening implements sharp and close to hand, I also have a supply of canned beans. But for most of you, huddling in a basement clutching a sharpened spade and eating baked beans isn’t the definition of surviving. It’s a confined space after all with very little air… my digestion is sensitive to beans ok, lay-off already.
So I put together a handy list of places you might try to get to in order to survive the mindless brain-feasting hordes. Grab a Urban Bone Machete Mark II from Zombie Tools and hit the jump to head to The Winchester one of my recommended safe spots.
Straight out of Ireland comes what could be an unexpected martial arts gem. The Cup of Tears is the directorial debut of Gary Shore and features ancient samurai empires battling it out in a post-apocalyptic future. Need I say more? Probably.
This is the official synopsis.
Cup Of Tears follows a scorned geisha who creates a magical cup made of tears that causes any man who drinks from it to fall into a permanent sleep. One night the cup is stolen, setting off a chain of events that threatens civil war amongst the clans. Taro, a gifted samurai, sets out to find the cup and one who can break the spell.
Have a look at the trailer after the jump.
OK, so the last time God lost faith in man, he sent a flood. This time around, in the upcoming Sony action/horror film Legion, God is a lot angrier and has decided to send his army of angels to bring on the apocalypse. Humanity’s only chance lies with a group of strangers trapped in a desert diner, and the Archangel Michael (Paul Bettany) who has been sent to earth to protect an unborn child.
The red band trailer that was shown at Comic Con earlier is now online, so see it below. Think CONSTANTINE, but no Keanu Reeves, and way, way more guns!
Legion is the directorial debut for Scott Stewart, founder of effects company The Orphanage. Alongside Paul Bettany, the cast includes Dennis Quaid, Kevin Durand, Kate Walsh, Tyrese Gibson, and Charles S. Dutton. It’s due for a U.S. release on January 22nd, 2010.