Dread hit the red carpet last night for the premiere of director and co-writer (with Todd Farmer) Patrick Lussier’s Drive Angry 3D last night at the Arclight in Hollywood, CA, and while we spoke extensively with the two regarding that film (see our coverage here), we also chatted a bit about the status of the other genre projects they are
A quick update just in for Patrick Lussier's upcoming zombie project Condition Dead. Looks like the director may be reuniting with one of his go-to actors to bring the dead back to life!
Many moons ago (November, 2007, to be exact), we first told you about an upcoming "satirical werewolf film" called Howl that was gearing up for production.
Man, I’m glad someone had the forethought to ask Patrick Lussier about the zombie project he’s been circling for a while now, Condition Dead, when chatting up My Bloody Valentine 3D. When this film happens, it’s going to kick horror fans squarely in the nuts and call them Martha, that’s how cool it is.
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When the good zombie movie news rains, it pours. Just a few days ago we heard that Condition Dead, the badass zombie action script My Bloody Valentine 3D helmer Patrick Lussier is attached to direct, might first see some life (pun intended) as a comic series. Hopefully we’ll have more details on that soon, but there’s even cooler news…
In some heartbreaking news Tyrese Gibson is no longer associated with the upcoming zombie opus Condition Dead. But fear not, weeping readers, the production is moving ahead without him!
Though it’s not much outside of discussion of White Noise 2 (DVD review), Moviehole just posted an interview with the DTV sequel’s director, Patrick Lussier (Dracula 2000, among others) that you may want to check out.
Talk about a freaking wake-up call, wow! Some history, if you will...