Things have been awfully quiet on the big screen version of Dark Shadows, but now it seems there's a bit of light peering through the shroud of fog that's been laying over Collinwood Mansion.
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Written by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith, Tony Lee Art by Cliff Richards
This weekend C2E2 goes down at the Lakeside Center at McCormick Place in Chicago, and if you're planning to attend, you won't want to miss the "Monster Mash-Up Mayhem" panel, on which all the brains behind the Quirk Classics Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, its prequel Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters will all be appearing together for the first time!
A few weeks ago we let you guys know that Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov, who previously worked together on 9, are reteaming to produce a big screen adaptation of the Seth Grahame-Smith novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Today we found out who's writing the adaptation.
Can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Well, the prequel rolls out this month, and to celebrate, we've got the teaser trailer for the book that's just brimming with campy zombie action!
You know what's more kickass than finally having a president who can speak in complete sentences? Having a president who can speak in complete sentences and can kill vampires, that's what! And who better to bring such a tale to the screen than the team of Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov?
Along with the upcoming sequel, a movie version, and a rumored six-part TV series, Seth Grahame-Smith's living dead laden take on the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is set to be released in yet another form: a graphic novel from Del Rey with a May 5, 2010, publication date.
Are you a fan of the really unique undead spin put on the Jane Austen literary masterpiece via Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? If so, then get ready for some really good news to kick off the new year!
A few different ideas have been bouncing around as to how best to adapt Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Seth Grahame-Smith's zombified version of Jane Austen's classic tale: a feature film or a multi-part TV series? Now that names like Natalie Portman, Richard Kelly, and Lionsgate are attached to the theatrical alternative, it seems to be the obvious choice.
Seth Grahame-Smith's living dead laden take on the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was a successful experiment in melding a timeless tale together with a timeless monster. Well ... timeless until that first well placed head shot that is. In any event the novel's success has it poised for a big screen run ... but could something else be in the works as well?
Quirk Classics has had such great success with its Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that it's preparing a Deluxe Heirloom Edition of the best seller. Read on for all the details.
Abraham Lincoln has been called a lot of things -- Honest Abe, the Rail Splitter, and the Great Emancipator -- but Vampire Hunter? That's a new one for me.
It was weird enough that someone out there took the time to re-write Jane Austen’s classic novel to make it into Pride & Prejudice & Zombies; now it’s being looked at as a film, too? Wonders never cease.
Someone either has way too much time on their hands or they’re a genius. Maybe they’re a genius with way too much time on their hands? Whatever the case is, the person is Seth Grahame-Smith and the book is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I’ll just let that sink in for a moment...