Checkout this commercial during the Super Bowl pregame show. Isn’t it nice to see zombies working together.
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Are you a huge fan of Insidious? Do you think you have what it takes to make it on the big screen? Are you dying to show off your acting chops? Wanting to showcase your mad costuming skills?
While the best-selling mash-up of Jane Austen with flesh-eating zombies is headed for theaters, actress Natalie Portman says the movie won’t begin filming before next year.
“Deadworld,” a comic book series that takes place on Earth four months after the zombie apocolypse, has been optioned by Dark Horse Pictures for a new film franchise according to Variety. The film will follow Protag, the king of the zombies in the new world order, as he cruises the planet on his Harley Davidson. […]
If you missed it this summer, you can catch “Zombie Strippers” when it hits DVD next week. The movie will be packaged in two editions–an R-rated theatrical cut and an unrated edition from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Director and writer Jay Lee said the inspiration came to him while at the Sundance film festival. He […]
Unlike most zombies, Otto is a vegan.
Stumbling about the streets in army boots, skinny jeans and a ragged cotton shirt, he will not ravage yet another scream queen. Rather, he will adopt a diet of strictly roses and sulk in the graveyard over a long-lost love.
Actor Woody Harrleson has signed on for the lead role in the horror comedy, “Zombieland.”
Harrleson will play Albuquerque, one of a mismatched pair of survivors who must band together in a world overrun by zombies.
The artist formerly known as Marky Mark as a zombie? It could happen if director John Moore has his wish.
Moore will direct the upcoming “Variants” movie, based on a horror story published by Virgin Comics. “Variants” is the story of a platoon of U.S. Marines stationed in Afghanistan who come across a group of flesh-eating vampire zombies.
Actress Kelly Brook will become a zombie later this year when she joins the cast of the British TV series, “Moving Wallpaper.” She will be joined in the brain-eating fun by “Ugly Betty” actor Alan Dale. Brook and Dale join the cast of “Moving Wallpaper” as two actors in the fictional zombie drama “Renaissance.” “Moving […]
Acclaimed “B-movie” writer, performer, and medical professional Geraldine Winters initiates a one of a kind film project. The idea originated from a combination of Ms. Winter’s own eerie zombie experiences. At the same time that she was waiting to audition for a part of NBC’s now defunct zombie series “Babylon Fields,” she was called to medical duty by the federal government. Her service required her to report to a government “P.O.D.” in the event of an “incident.” An actress in the midst of pages about the living dead, Ms Winters couldn’t help but find the eerie coincidence inspiring.
Warren Zide (American Pie) is bringing to life The Harvard Zombie Massacre, buying up the comedy-horror spec script by newcomers Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit, says Variety.
Zide will produce through his Parallel Zide with Ryan Lewis executive producing. Shooting is planned for early next year.
George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead will be “dimensionalized” to stereoscopic 3-D for a planned theatrical release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
New Amsterdam Entertainment has tapped the 3-D company In-Three, which will use its proprietary “dimensionalization” process to turn the 1978 independent horror movie into 3-D. The project is expected to be completed within the year.
After getting rave reviews from attendees of the South By Southwest Film Festival last March, the horror-comedy “Dance of the Dead” is headed for a theater near you thanks to a freshly signed distribution deal.
Lionsgate and Sam Raimi’s Ghost House have signed on to distribute the film.
Dance of the Dead is the hilarious, blood-drenched adventure of several high school students from different social cliques banding together to save their town from the living dead. Reviews have compared the film to the works of both John Carpenter and John Hughes.
Horror prince Robert Englund stars in the zombie flick “Zombie Strippers.”
When a secret government agency lets out a deadly chemo virus causing the reanimation of the dead, the first place to get hit is Rhino’s, a hot underground strip club. As one of the strippers gets the virus, she turns into a supernatural, flesh-eating zombie stripper, making her the hit of the club. Do the rest of the girls fight the temptation to be like the star stripper, even if there is no turning back?