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MOVIE REVIEW: Harvest Lake (2016)

MOVIE REVIEW: Harvest Lake (2016)

By Dixielord

Today it seems all too common to take the easy way out in horror films. Especially with low budget films. So many filmmakers go for the cookie cutter zombie or masked killer film. Sure, there are standouts, but mostly it seems it's just more of the same. Well, I can guarantee you wont feel that way about Harvest Lake. Love it or hate it, I think you will agree it is anything other than the usual.

Ellie Church from Harvest Lake
Ellie Church in Harvest Lake

Director Scott Schirmer took the masked serial killer in all new directions with his last film Found. With Harvest Lake, Schirmer and producer/ photographer Brian Williams take the creature feature where it's never been before, and along the way explores every orifice. It was billed as an “erotic creature feature”, and that's about as close to on point as you can get, although I would say it touches heavily on the body horror genre as well.

American Mary's Tristan Risk headlines the cast of Harvest Lake, along with Ellie Church (Headless), Jason Crowe, and Dan Nye.The plot concerns four friends who pack it off to a remote cabin to celebrate a birthday. The friends go out fully intending to drink and sex it up. Along the way they pick up a stranger and invite him back for festivities. Things start to go a bit strange when they encounter a mysterious plant. The plant, complete with pods (that look a lot like xenomorph eggs), tentacle like appendages, and fruit that look like misshapen breasts, exerts a strange pull over the campers, as one after another they fall under its spell. What few inhibitions the group had melt away, leading to more debauchery before finally discovering the alien (?) source of the infestation.


plant sex in Harvest Lake
This almost happened.

Harvest Lake is a highly sexually charged movie. When a film starts out with male and female full frontal nudity, you know you are in for a raunchy ride. And there is a lot of sex and nudity in Harvest Lake. A lot. There are at least four sex scenes in the film before the big finale, which of course involves sex. Get it? There's sex in this here film, so don't blame me if your prudish ass gets offended.

Some of the sex is fairly explicit, but it never feels gratuitous. It's an important part of the film, instrumental in the story being told. Harvest Lake also has one of the more explicit same gender love scenes between two men. It's brave of a film maker to go there, and I really hope we have grown enough as a culture to accept this and not be offended. There is also quite a bit of nudity from pretty much every member of the cast, male and female. But once again, none of it, with the possible exception of the opening scene, feels gratuitous. It's there for a reason.

In a recent coming soon article, I likened Harvest Lake to 80s science fiction films like Breeders and Inseminoid, due to the buzz I was hearing. After actually seeing the film, however, it's much closer to Cronenberg's Shivers with a little of the 70s Invasion of the Body Snatchers thrown in. There is a scene between Ellie Church and Tristan Risk that visually is very similar to one in Shivers between Barbara Steele and Susan Petrie. Besides the visual similarity, the whole concept of a parasite, for lack of a better word, invading you, by contact, kissing, or love making, and releasing your primal desires is the basic story line of Shivers. But unlike Shivers, this is a wholly alien force versus a scientifically created virus.

But Harvest Lake isn't just a carbon copy of Shivers. It's its own film, more of a true science fiction horror and without the obvious social commentary of Shivers. This is a film about a presumably alien force coming to earth, to basically get its pods off. There is no real gore and very little violence, which also sets it apart from Cronenberg's classic. The little critter here seems more interested in sex than violence or perversion. Although there are hints that he might have a more sinister fate awaiting our campers once he gets his jollies.

As I mentioned earlier, this isn't cookie cutter horror. I dare you to say you have ever seen anything quite like this, even a Cronenberg film. What other horror film are you going to see Tristan Risk in a bikini, on hands and knees, ass up in the air about to perform fellatio on an alien pod? Yeah that happened, and I'll never complain about Tristan with her ass in the air. Never. But it's a surreal scene, a situation that's echoed in different situations, and poses, by the other cast members. One by one the friends are seduced or outright raped by the creature in the lake. There's a scene between it and Ellie Church that will make Lovecraft fans quiver. I dont want to spoil it, but the weirdness doesn't stop, and neither does the sex, until the credits roll.

Tristan Risk from American Mary and Harvest Lake
Tristan Risk from American Mary and Harvest Lake

The surreal visuals are driven home and lent more power by the haunting, eerie and driving score. It's both beautiful and unnerving at the same time. Do yourself a favor and listen to this on good speakers with the sound up. It helps keep you on edge throughout the film.

And let's be competently honest, who the hell wouldn't enjoy watching Little Ms Risk and Ellie Church run around in very small bikinis for almost an entire movie? Not to be left out, there are some bare asses for the ladies and guys who prefer the guys. Special bonus points for being the only movie I have ever seen to reference the chimp raping a frog video...sharing that video made me lots of friends online...memories.

Harvest Lake orgy
And this totally happened in Harvest Lake.

There's really not a lot that I disliked about Harvest Lake. Gore fans may be turned off by its lack of bloody mayhem, but seriously you can catch that shit anywhere. And the same gender sex may turn off some folks, but really, 21st century y’all. Grow the fuck up. We have all drooled over naked ladies and lesbian scenes over the years, so chill. If all you want is masked killers, zombies or paranormal bumps in the night, Harvest Lake probably isn't for you. But if you want an erotic and trippy ass visual experience, then you NEED to see Harvest Lake. True story bro.

Posted by Allen Alberson in MOVIE REVIEWS, REVIEWS, 1 comment
CON REVIEW: Fear Fete (2015)

CON REVIEW: Fear Fete (2015)

By Dixielord

This year was my second year to attend the Fear Fete in Biloxi, Mississippi. I came across the show almost by accident last year, and enjoyed myself enough to come back the second year. Sadly work obligations led me to only being able to attend on Saturday, but it was still a fun weekend.

Wishmaster's Andrew Divoff at Fear Fete

Andrew Divoff at Fear Fete

Fear Fete is a smaller convention, nothing (crowd wise) compared to more nationally known shows such as Monster Mania, or Texas Frightmare, but that doesn't mean it's not a fun show. There is a real atmosphere here of fun. The people running the show seem to work hard to make sure both the fans and celebrity guests are having a good time.

This year the guest list consisted of Ari Lehman (Friday the 13th), Brutus Beefcake (WWE), Andrew Divoff (Wishmaster), Sid Haig (The Devil's Rejects), Robert Kurtzman (special effect on Tusk) and others. I was able to meet both Andrew and Robert for the first time this year and both were really cool and friendly. While I have met Sid Haig before, it is hard to pass the man up when he's at a show. Sid is the poster child of how to be a great convention guest. Still 20 dollars, still free table pictures, that my friends is showing how much you love your fans. If you happen to read this Sid, you are the greatest man, much respect.

Me and Sid Haig at Fear Fete

Film legend Sid Haig at Fear Fete

Besides the celebrities there was a nice gathering of vendors selling everything from Jewely, to DVDs to Funko Pops. I ended up picking up a handful of Pops from the Three Alarm Comics table and wanting a lot more. They had the NYC Comic con exclusive Cthulhu Pop fer crissake!

Also there again this year was the crew from Horse Creek Productions, promoting their movie Dollface. Dollface was part of the Fear Fete film festival last year, as Dorchester's Revenge and where it won best picture. After a name change it is now available on DVD and Amazon VoD, I picked up a DVD copy for myself, autographed by the crew. It was cool to hang out with director Tommy Faircloth, and actress Elizabeth Mears again, and to meet the rest of the cast in attendance.

Just like last year, Fear Fete had a film festival, free for people attending the show. The one movie I was most looking forward to was Valley of the Sasquatch (You know I love Bigfoot movies). Sadly it was a victim to my shitty work schedule that week, but I did get to talk to one of the stars, Jason Vail, who was at the Horsecreek table. I did get to attend the Wishmaster screening and panel with director Robert Kurtzman and Andrew Divoff. It's been a while since I have last seen Wishmaster and had forgotten what an awesome cast of horror icons it contained. Then hearing Andrew Divoff do the voice afterward was priceless.

KNB Effect's Robert Kurtzman at Fear Fete

Robert Kurtzman of KNB Effects and Yours Truly at Fear Fete

There's always too much to do at conventions, and no way to do everything. I really wanted to make a whole weekend at Fear Fete, but it wasn't too be. So I didn't get to go to the zombie pub crawl, or the zombie survival experience and missed a lot of panels and movies. However there is always next year and I think Fear Fete is going to continue to grow. Hopefully, I'll catch you there next year.

Posted by Allen Alberson in EVENT REVIEWS, REVIEWS, 0 comments
BOOK REVIEW: VHS Video Cover Art

BOOK REVIEW: VHS Video Cover Art

By Nick Durham

Do you remember when you were young, and you'd make those trips to the local video store? Remember that wonderful little feeling of magic that popped up inside you whenever you walked down the various store aisles and saw those beautiful VHS tape boxes displayed? Remember how you'd pick up those boxes, look at the glorious covers, and read through what was on the back to determine if it was worth your time or not? Remember the first time you found the porn section?

Wait, forget about that last sentence (for now).

Anyway, I have fond memories of my treks through my local video store, which was a mom & pop establishment that often had a lot of stuff (particularly horror) that the chain stores like Blockbuster didn't carry. What attracted me to the horror section in particular were the beautiful box covers that grabbed my attention...and the rest is history. Sadly though, with the end of VHS as a form of physical media, and the rise of DVD, Blu-ray, and digital downloading/VOD, cover art has become something of a sadly forgotten form of art.

Thomas Hodge (aka The Dude Designs, who is responsible for some VHS-artwork style representations of modern films) knows this, and we should all be thankful to him for compiling everything contained in this beautiful hardcover book that is a true labor of love and passion. I haven't seen a compilation of VHS art in print form like this...ever. No seriously, this is truly something unique and just plain awesome...and in all honesty, more awesome than my words here can really do it justice. In other words, you need to stop what you're doing, and pick up VHS Video Cover Art right the fuck right now.

Now granted, this book doesn't exclusively cover horror VHS box art. Every genre is represented here: from science fiction, to action, to comedy, to even kids fare. (Like seriously, did you know there was a fucking Rambo cartoon? The 80s were a weird time.) Horror, however, takes precedent here, with quite a large portion of the book devoted to our beloved genre of film. The 1980s to about the early 90s are covered here. Some of the films featured within this book you'll recognize, and some are quite obscure of course, but that's part of the fun right? That's the whole idea after all: discovery. That was that wonderful feeling I mentioned earlier when strolling down the aisle at the video store and you gazed upon those VHS boxes with little to no idea what you were getting into...but you wanted to check it out regardless. In the immortal words of Freddie fucking Mercury, it' just a kind of magic.

To close things out, VHS Video Cover Art is an absolute must own. You will more than likely not find a better book detailing this kind of thing (nor as handsome as this wonderful hardcover collection ends up being), which makes it all the more of an essential addition to your bookshelf. Now seriously, stop reading this fucking thing and go pick it up.

Rating: 5/5

Posted by Alan Smithee in BOOKS, COMICS, AND PUBLICATION REVIEWS, REVIEWS, 0 comments
MOVIE REVIEW: The Green Inferno (2013)

MOVIE REVIEW: The Green Inferno (2013)

The Green Inferno:
A Satisfying Feast or Just a Case of Indigestion?

By Dixielord

Lorenza Izzo in Eli Roth's The Green Inferno

Lorenza Izzo of The Green Inferno

Oh Eli, I really was pulling for you on this one. I ignored the bad reviews and kept my hope up. I even managed to build up a sense of dread in the last week or so before it opened. Did I really want to see this? Would it be to much for my fragile soul? Sadly my soul is still intact. Well that part of my soul not devoured by A Serbian Film.

The Green Inferno is the long awaited film by Eli Roth, meant to be a spiritual successor to the cannibal exploitation films of the 70s and 80s, especially Cannibal Holocaust. In it a group of “Social Justice Warriors” head out to the Amazon to rescue a tribe of innocent savages, from the bulldozers of evil civilization. Justine, played by the stunning Lorenza Izzo is eager but extremely naïve. Of course they all end up, not on the natives friends list but on the lunch menu. One by one our teens find out the jungle isn't nearly as innocent as they would believe.

To be short, The Green Inferno just didn't work for me. I don't know, maybe three seasons of Hannibal has desensitized me to cannibalism. Or maybe The Green Inferno was too beautifully shot, versus the grainy cheap looking exploitation films from long ago. Because it is a beautiful film to watch. The Amazon is beautiful and verdant and crystal clear. Part of the magic of Cannibal Holocaust was it looked almost like a home movie. You could believe it was discovered footage of a lost expedition. You could get lost in it, and believe it was real. A lot of people did believe it was real. The actual animal mutilations added to that sense of realness.

Now I would never suggest that Eli slaughter animals for the film, and I'm not a fan of found footage for the most part. Maybe it's just impossible to capture that magic. A lot of films have tried for a retro exploitation look and mostly failed. Still I knew going in this was going to be a clean, beautiful film, and that wasn't my biggest concern.

No what killed me for The Green Inferno was a lack of dread. A good horror movie needs to keep you on your seat. It can do that with suspense, or it can do it with dread. We all pretty know how this is going to turn out. Kids go in, kids get ate, maybe one or two escapes, so it's hard to really build any suspense. I knew this going in, but I was expecting that dread. That uneasy feeling that keeps me on the edge.

I never got that sense. Maybe the characters weren't likable enough. One of the most likable characters was the first to go. The first kill by the cannibals was also the goriest, and most drawn out. After that it was all kind of, well, lame. The story did keep me interested but there was never any real unease, other than one scene dealing with female genital mutilation (or FGM) but even that didn't last long.

Without the dread, I just kind of sat there waiting for the next thing to happen. Waiting on the next captive to die, waiting on the failed escape attempt, waiting on the inevitable rescue, waiting on the end that was a little too close to an episode of South Park. Honestly I totally saw that coming.

Another thing that irked me was the attempts at comedy. Roth used comedic bits in Cabin Fever, that more or less worked with that type of film. Here it was totally out of place. A cannibal film, especially one purporting to be a spiritual successor to Cannibal Holocaust doesn't need humor. It needs to be dark, bleak and disturbing. Fart jokes and cannibals with the munchies do not belong in this film.

And where was the morality of The Green Inferno? Eli Roth has mentioned this being an attack or response to the social justice warriors. Those who jump into a cause without fully understanding it. The SJWs here are basically good kids, but with a corrupt leader. So it's kinds of hard to see this as them getting what they deserve. The one person we have, at least somewhat, been rooting for, our heroine as it was, turns out to be the most shallow social justice warrior of them all. In fact the two survivors are the two people we should actually care for the least.

Cannibal Holocaust has a reputation of being just a movie to shock. The director, Ruggero Deodato has stated he didn’t intend the film to have any deep meaning. Still Holocaust has much more soul, is much deeper than The Green Inferno.

The Green Inferno

Eli Roth's The Green Inferno. Eaten by fear or nibbled with ho hum?

Cannibal Holocaust made us rethink who was the savage and who was the civilized. In Inferno, every fucking body is evil. The natives are evil. They take glee in torturing and eating the captives. They do Female Genital Mutilation for gods sake!! Exaggerated PC rage. The construction crews were evil, killing the natives and willing to kill the SJWs if cameras weren't on them. I was actually expecting a bullet to put an end to our heroine near the end. The leaders and guides of the protesters are evil, making deals just for publicity with no real concern for the people they are supposedly protecting.

The only innocents are the appetizers.

Not to say this was the worst film ever. It was beautifully shot. The rain forest has never looked better, and the Peruvian city scenes were pretty too. I actually lost myself more in the city scenes than the scenes in the jungle village. And Lorenza Izzo was gorgeous. Especially running though the jungle in her retro, savage, plant fiber bikini that should have never stayed in place. The image of her in the red face paint would have been an iconic image in a better horror film.

Maybe the best scene in the whole film was the airplane crash. It was tense, unnerving and a bit a little gory. It would have worked even better if so much of the scene wasn't shown in the trailer. Gore hound might be happy with the the gore scenes, but they are just as likely upset that there are only a couple of really gory scenes. One of the scenes is a great throw back to classic zombie films like Day of the Dead, which will at least make ya point and say, “Hey, cool”.

But one good scene, and a couple gore scenes do not a horror film make. I left the theater feeling disappointed instead of nauseous, empty instead of uneasy. While I appreciate Eli bringing cannibal films back into the public conscious, it just didn’t work for me.

One last complaint. If this is a tribe that has never had contact with the outside world. Why did so many of them have Moe Howard haircuts?

Sadly, The Green Inferno gets 4 out of 10 stars (yeah I'm going to a ten star system)

Posted by Allen Alberson in MOVIE REVIEWS, REVIEWS, 0 comments
Gia Nova Announced for Rock and Shock

Gia Nova Announced for Rock and Shock

Gia Nova Returns to Rock and Shock

By Dixielord

Gia Nova to perform at Rock and Shock

Gia Nova sings and performs at Rock and Shock

The Rock and Shock horror convention in Worchester, Mass has announced that multi-talented dancer and performer Gia Nova will be appearing at their October show. Just in time for Halloween Gia brings her horror burlesque show to Rock and Shock on October 16, 17, and 18, 2015. Gia Nova will be signing all weekend and will be doing her stage act at the VIP party.

Gia Nova has graced the pages of Playboy on numerous occasion and won numerous awards for her performances. In 2012 she won exotic dancer entertainer of the year. Since then she has made various appearances at horror conventions to sign autographs, perform on stage, and give burlesque lessons. She also has had a small role in Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 and a role in the upcoming Frankenstein Created Bikers.

Her stage act incorporates burlesque with horror and side-show elements. Everything from playing with fire to walking on glass, all with a horror bent. If that isn't enough to sell you, then check out her YouTube videos. Holy flaming pasties folks! Along with all that Gia is just as sweet as she is beautiful, and is a pleasure to meet and chat with. She truly loves her fans and it shows.

George Romero will be there too!

Gia joins a guest line up that is already beyond awesome, including the King of the modern zombie film George Romero. Other guests appearing at Rock and Shock include Adam Green (Hatchet, Holliston), Tobin Bell (Saw franchise), Traci Lords, Samantha Mathis (The Strain), William Sanderson (Blade Runner), Doug Bradley (Hellraiser), and many more. The convention also features a Monster Squad reunion with Stephen Mact, Duncan Regehr, and Michael Mckay as well as a reunion of American Horror Story: Freakshow with Naomi Grossman, Erika Ervin, and Rose Siggins. There will also be a gathering of Leatherface(s) with Dan Yeager and Bill Johnson. Gunnar Hansen was originally scheduled to appear but has had to cancel. And there are even more guests than I have listed.

Gia Nova plays with fire

Gia Nova plays with fire.

There are plenty of reasons to attend Rock and Shock, but if you have ever seen Gia on stage you know she is reason enough. Just always remember, don't go to any show for just one guest, as cancellations DO happen, and are beyond the ability of the convention to control. Besides the celebrities there is always something to do and see at a horror convention, so go for the stars, but look around make new friends and have a great time! If you are anywhere near, get to Rock and Shock on October 16-17, 2015, I don’t think you will regret it.

Posted by Allen Alberson in EVENTS, 0 comments
Prometheus 2 is Now Alien: Paradise Lost

Prometheus 2 is Now Alien: Paradise Lost

By Dixielord

Prometheus 2 is now Alien: Paradise Lost

Alien: Paradise Lost

Okay, fans of the Alien franchise, better hold on to your seats. This is kind of big, especially for those who were looking for Prometheus to tie in or act as a prequel to the original Alien directed by Ridley Scott. Scott has now announced that the Prometheus 2 will now be called Alien: Paradise Lost. Now that was exciting enough for me, but just keep reading, there's more.

Overall, fans were mixed about Prometheus, with a lot left wanting more of a connection with Aliens. There were some not so happy that the elephant headed alien from the original turned out as a much more humanoid form of life. However, we did see a definite precursor to the xenomorph we all love, and don’t want near our face. Well it looks like with this name change, and recent comments by Ridley Scott, we are about to dive back into the Alien Universe with both feet.

Lately most of the Alien news has centered on a possible revival of the main franchise with Neil Blomkamp (Chappie, District 9) at the helm. This movie, rumored to cast episode 3 and 4 aside, and totally ignore the Alien vs Predator films, that no one was really crazy about. However in a recent interview Blomkamp stated he wouldn't necessarily be saying these films didn’t exist, only that his film would be set directly after Aliens (Alien 2).

Now however, with the name change and statements from Scott, the big news is back on the prequel series. It looks like we can expect at least two more films in the Prometheus franchise as Scott “backs us into” the Alien films. The title of Paradise Lost of course is in reference to the classic work of John Milton. Milton's Paradise Lost dealt with Lucifer’s fall from heaven, a fall from grace. It's the story of how hubris and vanity brought low a might one, and set the stage for all the evil of the world.

With the first Prometheus, we saw how humanity was genetically created by the engineers. With what we witnessed, and the title of the film, we can allude that (possibly) a renegade engineer stole the secret of bio-engineering and used it to create man. In the classic myth, Prometheus stole fire from the gods and gave it to man. The gods punished him eternally, but his gift caused the rise of man and the downfall of the gods.

It would seem that Alien: Paradise Lost may follow along these lines. Did the engineers create the xenomorphs out of some vanity? Or were they another rogue creation of the engineer who created man. Were they created to destroy man, the renegade species that was never meant to exist? Personally I think they were a weapon, that like Lucifer, was too powerful to be contained and was cast out. Or maybe I'm way off. Right now the project is still early in pre-production with a release date set for 2017, so anything could happen between now and then

What we do know, is that Alien: Paradise Lost will be set on the world of the engineers. Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace will return, but there isn't any other cast attached yet. It will also move us closer to the Alien series, but Scott says the xenomorph will not appear. We will however see another alien species, another step down the road to the face hugging, chest bursting Alien from the original. He also added one more little note that has got me totally pumped.

There will be a connection to Ripley...

Ripley Alien: Paradise Lost

What will we learn about Ripley in Alien: Paradise Lost?

Posted by Allen Alberson in HORROR NEWS, 0 comments
George Romero at Mad Monster Party!

George Romero at Mad Monster Party!

By Dixielord

MMPMad Monster Party returns to Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2016. It's still a long way out but they have announced their first guest and it should make a lot of people happy. Joining the fans next year will be none other than the man who redefined the zombie genre and changed horror forever. That's right, the one and only George Romero will be at Mad Monster Party Charlotte.

Now unless you are one of those people I have mentioned before, ya know that horror fan who has been buried under a boulder for 60 plus years, you know who George Romero is. For that guy though, way back in 1968, there was a little film called Night of the Living Dead, directed by George Romero. Before Romero, zombies were relegated to being minions of voodoo witch doctors. They basically shambled around with arms outstretch and, well didn’t do a lot more. Then, in Night, George Romero gave zombies some bite, pun intended, and changed the game forever.

Romero is no stranger to the con circuit, but his appearances had become rare for a few years amid concerns for his health. But the last two years he has been doing shows again, and next year he will be doing Mad Monster.

Mad Monster Party's main show is in Charlotte, North Carolina, although they have also done shows in Chicago, Phoenix, New Orleans, and a few other cities. The show will run March 25-27, 2016, at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel. Tickets are on sale now, and rooms are available at a special convention rate. Tickets can be purchased from the Mad Monster Party website, and there is information there on booking a room as well.

The show is off to a great start with George Romero and there will be many more guests added before the show. Mad Monster Party is always a good time, and 2016 looks to continue that legacy. Hope to see you there!

Posted by Allen Alberson in EVENTS, HORROR NEWS, 0 comments
COMING SOON: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

COMING SOON: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Slay with pride. Kill with prejudice.

By Dixielord

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies


The zombie craze continues into 2016 with Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. People can't seem to get enough of zombies right now, and the producers hope that carries on to this adaptation of the book by Seth Grahame-Smith. The book, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, is itself a humorous adaptation of the Jane Austin classic novel of manners Pride and Prejudice which follows the lives of five unmarried sisters after two rich and eligible men, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy, movie into the area. The project has been in the works since at least 2011 but has had a rough road to completion. It is in post production now, so barring any further delays or issues should meet its 2016 release.

Originally, the film was originally set to star Natalie Portman, who is also one of the producers. Portman dropped from the role, however, and several other well-known actresses, including Blake Lively, passed on the role that eventually went to Lilly James (Wrath of the Titans). Along with Lily James, the cast includes Sam Riley (Byzantium) and Bella Heathcote (Dark Shadows). The film also went through a horde of potential directors. Burr Steers (Igby Goes Down) is the fourth (and current) director attached.

Zombies, due in large part to The Walking Dead, are still smoking hot; however, zombie comedies are a mixed bag. Some turn out great like Shaun of the Dead and the recent Burying the Ex, others, like Warm Bodies, not so much. Who knows how Pride and Prejudice and Zombies will turn out? Hopefully we will find out early next year when Pride and Prejudice and Zombies hits the big screen.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies