Out today is Jonathan Levine's Warm Bodies (review), a delightfully funny zombie romance flick that follows a zombie named R (Nicholas Hoult) who happens to fall in love with a young girl named Julie (Teresa Palmer) after eating her boyfriend's brains during a zombie attack.
Our verdict is in on this weekend's zom-rom-com offering from Summit Entertainment, Warm Bodies. Read on to find out whether this is something you'll want to snuggle up to or if it will just leave you cold.
Need something to warm you up for this weekend's Warm Bodies? Good! We have several video interview clips that you should digest. Sit back, and get ready to hear from the cast and crew. Maybe even a few members of the undead!
Time for some movie magic, kids, as we go behind the scenes of this weekend's clever looking horror comedy Warm Bodies. Pull up a chair, sit back, and dig on an inside look. Entrails and air freshener not included.
Roundtable Interview: Writer/Director Jonathan Levine Talks Warm Bodies, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and More
On Friday, February 1st, Summit Entertainment is releasing its feature film adaptation of Isaac Marion's wonderfully clever zombie novel Warm Bodies with director Jonathan Levine at the helm.
Another TV spot has arrived for Summit Entertainment's Warm Bodies, which opens this Friday, February 1st, in theatres everywhere. Looking forward to it? Then join the film's Twitter campaign with the hashtag #BeTheCure!
Two more TV spots have arrived for Warm Bodies to accompany the "Hoodie" ad we posted the other day. Check out "So Alive" and "Irresistible," and be sure to read our interview with Nicholas Hoult, the film's star, in case you missed it earlier today.
On February 1st Jonathan Levine's zombie rom-com Warm Bodies arrives in theaters courtesy of Summit Entertainment. During a recent press day for the flick, Dread Central caught up with the director and several cast members for roundtable interviews in support of the release.
Looking forward to checking out Warm Bodies when it hits theatres next Friday, February 1st? Before you do so, you may want to read its prequel, The New Hunger, coming to eBook on January 28th.
Having been a zombie for Romero, I can tell you first-hand that a lot goes into playing one of the undead. Oh, how I wish I would have had someone of the caliber of Warm Bodies' Rob Corddry to guide me through it all.
A veritable cryptload of new goodies has infected the interwebs for the clever horror comedy Warm Bodies, and we've collected it all and assembled it right here so you don't have to go looking for each and every morsel of goodness.
As comfy as a well worn "Hoodie," the first TV spot for Warm Bodies has shambled in from Summit Entertainment. From the looks of things, this could be the best new zombie project to come out since "The Walking Dead."
You will love your undead. We say so. They need you. You need them. You must obey. The undead are good. Zombies are your friends. They will not harm you. They will not eat you. They're uninterested in your flesh.
Winter got you down? Freezing your butt off? Well then, have we got a treat for you! Get ready, kids, because it's time to snuggle up to some really Warm Bodies in this next set of clips and B-roll delights. Dig in!