Announced today by 1984 Publishing, You’ve Got Red on You: How Shaun of the Dead Was Brought to Life was written by Entertainment Weekly reporter Clark Collis and edited by Michael Gingold and the hardcover book is set for release on October 19 2021.
Original Star Wars ‘Cantina Patron’ actor Salo Gardner has passed away.
Horror Month – June 2015
We take a look at some of the biggest and best films from the history of the Zombie genre.
Written by Benjamin Gummery
Night of the Living Dead
George Romero‘s epitome which re-established Zombie’s as something that could scare and thrill audiences. Often refereed to as creating the modern Zombie film genre.
From writing/directing team Andy Phelps & Jake Hawkins comes the British zombie thriller/comedy Zombie Resurrection. Interestingly; this was originally written as a screenplay to sell; but with lack of interest the writers chose to take the project on themselves.
After a short intro scene; we break into an animated title sequence with a booming score…..they are really building it up here. Will it live up to this intro?
This soon establishes itself as an a group survival zombie flick…as the group is travelling to a new encampment in the post zombie apocalypse. However the overtone to begin with is purely comical and farce with accents to match; perhaps taking it’s cues from Shaun of The Dead. Continue reading