Discovered your own Survival Horror scoop? Report it to 'The Raccoon Press'
|Posted on March 10, 2019 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
Bringing our residents the very best survival horror interviews, from the talented actors bringing to life iconic antagonists and protagonists with voice & motion-capture, to the game developers & designers that define the genre!
Jolene Andersen, voice and motion-capture for Ada Wong and star of Alien 40th Anniversary official short film 'ALIEN: SPECIMEN' speaks exclusively to the Crimson Head Elder Podcast #18, now uploaded to our Podcast Archives.
Eric Bailey, Game Designer for survival horror classics Resident Evil 4, and Siren: Blood Curse, Game Writer for Siren: Blood Curse, and Localisation & Script Writer for Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, Resident Evil 4, and Siren: Blood Curse, discusses survival horror video game design, and how localisation has significantly chaned at Capcom over recent years, on the Crimson Head Elder Podcast #19, now uploaded to our Podcast Archives.
|Posted on February 4, 2019 at 5:30 PM||comments (2)|
From the wealth of Resident Evil materials, used for the Inserted Evil campaign, hosted on ARG websites & social media, 'Combining the Evil' by USS Command, focuses on these varied assets which provide information for Operation Raccoon City's narrative. The article will highlight how these non-canon sources may fit with events from the Raccoon City outbreak (as depicted in Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, Resident Evil Outbreak, Resident Evil Outbreak File 2), and enhance that narrative.
The 'Resident Evil Beta Build' site article is described by its author, BSAArklay, as a "passion project researching the wealth of known (and unknown!) deleted elements of the game, including beta scenarios, rare concept art. and files I have extracted from the Resident Evil 5 disc, containing un-seen textures, concepts, and dialogue! Much like the fans of Resident Evil '1.5' and '3.5' I felt like this scrapped '4.5' version warranted its own investigation into what could have been..."
|Posted on October 31, 2018 at 7:00 PM||comments (0)|
HAPPY HALLOWEEN from the Crimson Head Elder team, and from the star guests to enter our mansion for another survival horror celebration! This year we welcome XANDER BERKELEY, lead cast member on AMC's The Walking Dead, playing the role of insidious Gregory, and RICHARD WAUGH, Capcom's actor for Albert Wesker in four Resident Evil main series installments!
|Posted on October 2, 2018 at 5:10 PM||comments (1)|
The Director of Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City, Andrew Santos, will be giving a one-off, no-holds-barred interview, exclusively to Crimson Head Elder, this Halloween season, in which he will candidly reveal the fascinating & explosive background, behind one of the most contentious development process of any game in the Resident Evil series.
What does Survival Horror mean to Andrew Santos, the director of Operation Raccoon City? How did his understanding and passion for the genre affect both his writing of the game's narrative & cast of characters, and his relationship with Capcom? There is only one way to find out... visit the Crimson Head Elder mansion this Halloween! And residents can also submit their questions for Andrew Santos in our survival horror forum interview thread.
|Posted on September 30, 2018 at 8:20 AM||comments (1)|
THE VOICE of Albert Wesker, in more main title series instalments than anyone else, RICHARD WAUGH, will be spending Halloween Night, at the Crimson Head Elder mansion! The actor for the most sinister & insidious antagonist, not just for Resident Evil, but arguably across the entire video game genre, will give an exclusive interview as part of the Crimson Head Elder Podcast Halloween season!
Richard Waugh portrayed Albert Wesker masterfully, in Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, Resident Evil 4, and Wesker's Report, with a controlled and evil presence, no cartoonish histrionics, that makes him for many in the Resident Evil community, the quintessential Albert Wesker.
Residents can post questions for Richard Waugh, at our Wesker Night Interview thread, and during our Albert Wesker special podcast, we will ask them! Halloween at the CHE mansion just got a little darker..