28 Days Later
On Saturday, September 21st, at John’s Gym in Austin, Texas, during Fantastic Fest, I defended what I have come to see as a fairly unpopular opinion: 28 Days Later, one of the most important and lauded horror films of the past decade, is not a zombie film.
Wondering what the current possibility is that we'll see a sequel to both 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later? Director Danny Boyle recently gave the scoop to Wired while doing press for his current film, Trance.
One of the things I love about zombie movies is that there are some unspoken rules that the audience goes into the movie knowing, which then cuts out your exposition time. One of the things that I hate about zombie movies is that there are some unspoken rules that the audience goes into the movie knowing, and if one of these rules is broken...
A few months ago we broke the news that director Danny Boyle was planning to return to the 28 Days Later franchise that he created to direct the third entry. While some disputed this, including a producer, turns out we were spot on.
It’s that time of the year when we honor the best of 2010's movies, TV shows, books, music, and, yes, comics. In the latter category ComicMonsters.com is hosting its second annual Horror Comic Awards.
Here's some great news to kick off your week with ... the 28 Days Later franchise thus far has been nothing short of killer with two rock-solid installments. We just got some really interesting news regarding the third film in the series.
With The Crazies (review here) remake bursting down our door, I thought it would be a good opportunity for Dread Central to look back at some of the most memorable virus/outbreak movies of the genre’s past.
Fox Atomic Comics and BOOM! Studios announced today at the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington, that July will see 28 Days Later return to comic books and graphic novels.
Disclaimer: This article may contain sarcasm; irony and “LOLs” proceed with caution.
It’s nothing we’ve not heard before (most recently during Comic-Con); it’s just been a while since it was mentioned.
Our man Tristan has been stuck in the dreaded Hall H all day long, sitting through panel after panel after panel, afraid to leave for fear of not being able to get back in. Hopefully someone buys him many beers tonight. But perhaps all that waiting has paid off?