Shout! Factory, a leading multi-platform entertainment company, and SC Films International have entered into an exclusive multi-picture deal to distribute UK gore-drenched comedy feature Cockneys vs. Zombies in both the U.S. and Canada and suspense thriller Tower Block in the U.S.
Playing at both Film4 FrightFest as well as Fantastic Fest is the new horror comedy from Matthias Hoene, Cockneys vs. Zombies, and we've got a look at the film's opening title sequence for you. Check it out!
Playing at both Film4 Frightfest as well as Fantastic Fest is the new horror comedy from Matthias Hoene, Cockneys vs. Zombies, and we've got the first TV spot for you on tap right here. Drink it up!
Need some zombies and gore to go with your Friday afternoon? Who doesn't? IGN scored the first look at the UK red band trailer for the upcoming zombedy from Matthias Hoene, Cockneys vs. Zombies, and it delivers on all counts.
Excited for the upcoming zombedy Cockneys vs. Zombies? Then you'll be happy to hear that the flick is opening in the UK on August 31 with the U.S. premiere set for Fantastic Fest this September. Our friends over at Empire just delivered the official quad poster. Dig it!
It's been a while since last we reported on Cockneys vs. Zombies, but finally a few images have made their way online which show off the tiniest bit of undead action along with a couple of close-ups.
FEARnet announced today that successful British web series "Girl Number 9" will premiere on FEARnet.com next week on Tuesday, June 14, 2011. The first two episodes will air on the 14th, then we'll see one episode per day on the 15th and 16th, with the two concluding suspense-filled episodes airing Friday, the 17th.
The latest "vs. Zombies" type flick has filled out its cast, or should we say menu for the undead creatures who are hellbent on devouring every scrap of living flesh until the world is a barren, zombie-infested wasteland? Yeah, that sounds a bit better.
If you're craving a dose of horror via the Interwebs (and who isn't, what with the endless parade of miscreants filling theater seats these days), look no further than the serial killer webisodes entitled Girl Number 9, the latest genre offering from James Moran (Severance).