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The eerie and deserted ghost town of Silent Hill draws a young mother desperate to find a cure for her only child's illness. Unable to accept the doctor's diagnosis that her daughter should be permanently institutionalized for psychiatric care, Rose (Radha Mitchell) flees with her child, heading for the abandoned town in search of answers -- and ignoring the protests of her husband (Sean Bean). It's soon clear this place is unlike anywhere she's ever been. It's smothered by fog, inhabited by a variety of strange beings and periodically overcome by a living Darkness that literally transforms everything it touches. As Rose searches for her little girl, she begins to learn the history of the strange town and realizes that her daughter is just a pawn in a larger game. Starring Radha Mitchell, Sean Bean, Laurie Holden, Deborah Kara Unger, Kim Coates, Tanya Allen, and Jodelle Ferland.
"Ghostbusters: The Video Game" is perhaps one of the most ambitious efforts to continue a film franchise via a video game. The title will take place two years after the events of Ghostbusters 2 and stars all four original cast members. Also reuniting from the original films are Brian Doyle-Murray, William Atherton, and Annie Potts. "Ghostbusters: The Video Game" will be released on all gaming platforms in June 2009.
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Max Payne 3 has made our "most anticipated games of the year" list two consecutive years in a row. The highly anticipated title now has a release date of March 2012 and today we're getting a first-look at some of the action.
At the CNET stage at CES 2012, the 404 crew talk with Eliza Dushku about technology, gaming, and "Ghostbusters."
A 35-year-old video-game tester has to move in with his grandma and her two old-lady roommates.
An unfaithful wife encounters the zombie of her dead lover, who's being chased by demons after he tampered with one of their gateways to Hell.
"Stubbs the Zombie: The Soundtrack" contains specially commissioned covers of '50s-era songs performed by Cake, the Dandy Warhols, Death Cab for Cutie, the Flaming Lips, Ben Kweller, Phantom Planet, the Raveonettes, and others, all heard in the video game "Stubbs the Zombie".