In the LA area next Tuesday, May 11th, and looking for a little zombie mayhem to take part in? Then look no further as that's the date that the next chapter in George A. Romero's epic franchise, Survival of the Dead, will be having its premiere at the Arclight in Hollywood with George in attendance! Even better? We've got twenty-five (25) pairs of tickets to give away so you can see it on us!
Of all the things I've been lucky enough to do and accomplish in my career working within the horror industry, the one I am most grateful for was the opportunity to not only meet but befriend a true living legend in our industry ... George A. Romero. Simply put, the man is my idol, and even though we've grown close, I still get the butterflies every now and then. It was in September of last year that the phone call came.
Now this is pretty damned cool. Magnet Releasing commissioned Charlie Adlard, illustrator of Robert Kirkman's zombie comic epic The Walking Dead, to create his own unique version of the one-sheet for George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead and the results are -- of course -- badass.
The fifth and sixth clips for George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead (reviews here and here) are here and in one of them you are urged to stash the kids while you can lest they be dealt with in the harshest of manners possible. Screw sparing the rod!
That's right, ghouls! Get yourselves ready because starting tomorrow the latest entry in George A. Romero's legendary zombie series will be making its debut in the comfort of your own home before hitting the big screen, and to celebrate we've got three exclusive stills for you!
Looking for a friendlier version of the trailer for the next entry in the George A. Romero zombie franchise, Survival of the Dead? No worries! We've got your hook-up!
Time to add a bit of Asian flavor in zombieland! The official Japanese one-sheet for the next installment in the classic George A. Romero franchise, Survival of the Dead, is here, and we've got your order ready: one pint of brain lo mein and one quart of chest chow fun -- to go!
Finally got to see [REC] 2 (review here) recently, and for now all I'm saying is that this flick friggin' rocks! It's like Doom 3 meets The Exorcist! In any event a new UK trailer has reared its head with some insane new footage. Dig it!
One film we're particularly anxious to have come out here in the States is George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead. We still have a few weeks to go, but the new red band trailer introduced by George himself just hit, and it's available NOW!
Conor McPherson loves the supernatural. He adores ghosts and zombies. Some have even made it into his recent film The Eclipse, a drama that is not quite horror. Here again we must engage in the taxonomy debate. Horror generally focuses on the sense and degree of dread injected into a storylin
Conor McPherson loves the supernatural. He adores ghosts and zombies. Some have even made it into his recent film The Eclipse, a drama that is not quite horror. Here again we must engage in the taxonomy debate. Horror generally focuses on the sense and degree of dread injected into a storyline, visuals, and sound. But where are the borders of horror? And what becomes of the films that float on the edge, like this very film we have here? How does the fan or marketer address them?
Now this is how we like to kick off our weekend! With some rock solid assurance that a flick we're dying to see will indeed by playing in theatres! There's nothing finer, we tell ya!
Could it be?!? Could it really be?!? Those of us in the United States had to wait what felt like forever for the home video release of [REC], and for a while it seemed as if we'd be doing the same for its sequel [REC] 2 (review here). However, some news slipped out today that tells a very different story.
The Asian Film Awards turned four years old in 2010, continuing its mission of bringing together the best cinematic talents of Asia. South Korea was the big winner this year with six awards, and Bong Joon-ho's Mother led the pack with three wins of its own.