If you’re in the UK and, like me, love zombies, comedy, and Woody Harrelson, you officially have permission to begin the happy dance as Zombieland comes shuffling onto DVD and Blu-ray on March 15th courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
It's that time of year again: The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for its 36th Annual Saturn Awards.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers behind Zombieland and its upcoming sequel, originally conceived the Zombieland universe as a TV show. Well, obviously that didn't work out, but if you really pay attention to the film, it's hard to deny that it pretty much feels like several bits of episodic television all glued together. Box office success hasn't changed their minds about makin' good on their small screen aspirations though.
There's a wide range of excellent films hitting home video this week from the exceptionally fun time to be had in Zombieland to the super creepy (and authentic feeling) The House of the Devil to two werewolf-themed entries: The Wolf Man (Special Edition, Universal Legacy Series) and the complete She-Wolf of London series.
With the release of the Zombieland DVD and Blu-ray (review here) right around the corner, we've dug up a preview of some of the disc's special features for you. Why? Rule #1: Always give your readers cool shit to look at and sift through.
Zombieland was a lot of fun in theatres, and now the fun's coming home courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Mark your calendars, folks. February 2nd is the day we'll be able to nut-up at video stores all over the country, and we've got your details on what to expect.
Yep, it's gonna happen! Ruben Fleischer's brand of undead flesheater will soon be shambling, running, slipping, and sliding off the big screen in the third dimension, baby!
For most folks' money, Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland was one of the best times genre fans could have in a theatre all year. The flick was indeed successful at the box office, and you know what that means ... a sequel is waiting in the wings.
Ok, so sometimes we're a little slow, but we usually deliver the goods so quit your bitchin'! Gear up for part one of our look at this Halloween season's biggest hits and misses.
The results are in from the recently concluded Sitges Film Festival, which ran from October 1st-12th in Catalonia, Spain, and Duncan Jones' hauntingly beautiful Moon (review here) left its competition in the dust.
After a couple of weeks of some less than mainstream Motion Picture Purgatory installments, Trembles returns to the present day with his spin on Ruben Fleischer's Zombieland.
Not that there was much doubt due to the mass appeal of Woody Harrelson and comedies in general (even those of the splatterific variety), but we're happy to report that Zombieland (review here) grossed an estimated $25 million this weekend, landing it in the No. 1 spot for box office receipts.
Just a reminder that our Zombieland review has been up and running for almost a month now. Being that it's hitting tomorrow, you may have forgotten we had one. If that is the case, you should be lined up for a well placed headshot!