Some good news is coming out of SDCC '12 for fans of writer/director Edgar Wright and, more specifically, his duo of films starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Seems like we'll be getting a third film in the "trilogy" of movies that started with Shaun of the Dead and continued with Hot Fuzz.
Last week we told you about a kick-ass new zombie documentary called Doc of the Dead, which looks to be the definitive examination of the popular zombie subgenre, and today the coolness just keeps on coming! Read on for details!
Zombies. You love them. You fear them. You want to be them in movies. There's no shortage in popularity for the undead, and we wouldn't have it any other way. A new flick is on the way celebrating this flesh-eating phenomenon. Check out the details right here.
While everyone else is busy tending to their BBQ's, the fine folks over at Empire Online recently chatted with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright about their latest film in a trilogy of comedies that started with Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, entitled The World's End.
Yes! Color us officially giddy! Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost together again for another genre flick? If you're not happy about this, you don't have a pulse. Then again, if you didn't have a pulse and came shambling our way, we'd have to get some red on us.
Well now. Not sure if we ever wanted to see this much of Simon Pegg, but hey, we all suffer for our craft. Somewhere out there right now shamed political figure Anthony Weiner is green with jealousy! Check out the, ummm, eye candy!
While most of the country is out with their families having Easter dinner or hunting for eggs, we're right here - keyboard in hand - bringing you the latest. Why? Because we're heathens and our real family is YOU! Speaking of which, you owe us a backlog of Xmas and birthday gifts!
The first ever image from Crispian Mills' A Fantastic Fear of Everything is here just in time for the upcoming AFM, and even though it's on the small side, it shrieks volumes! Dig it!
No, we're not talking about that silly Mayan jazz or the Rapture (though that last scare was pretty fun)! We're talking about one of the most badass super-villains to walk the Earth, and Max Landis is the cat leading the way!
Thirty years after his horror comedy An American Werewolf in London put him on the genre map, director John Landis is back with his latest project, Burke & Hare, an incredibly dark comedy surrounding two down-on-their-luck 19th century graverobbers (played by Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis) who realize that a local medical school will pay handsomely for fresh cadavers. Being resourceful entrepreneurs, Burke and Hare start causing 'accidents' around Edinburgh in order to fulfill the need for bodies, which eventually spirals out of control in both hilarious and dramatic fashions.
John Landis' horror comedy Burke & Hare is playing RIGHT NOW on VOD, and to give you a bit more incentive as to why you should be spending less time reading this and more time viewing that, we've lined up four clips for you! Look for Burke & Hare to score a limited theatrical release on September 9th!
A new clip from the John Landis horror comedy Burke & Hare has hit the interwebs filled with laughs and one hell of a jump scare! Dig on the goods while we all wait patiently for IFC to unleash the flick! Look for Burke & Hare to score a limited theatrical release on September 9th along with a VOD release on August 5th!
Finally, after years of working on comedies, thwarting spies, harboring aliens, and flying starships, Simon Pegg is coming back home to something more genre related. That's right, kids. Read on for the first details about his new flick! From the Press Release:
The folks at IFC (bless their hearts) have released a new trailer for the John Landis horror comedy Burke & Hare along with news of when you'll finally be able to sink your teeth into this one! Dig it! Look for Burke & Hare to score a limited release on September 9th along with a VOD release on August 5th!
Finally. But hey, at least two movies about best friends who decide to fuck each other got released this year. Thankfully, IFC has stepped in and picked up John Landis' Burke and Hare for distribution. No word on a release date yet, however.