Zombies and Nazis. They're the two groups we, as a society, have agreed can be killed without further justification than their title, so it's only natural someone would eventually think, "Let's just make zombie Nazis so that we really don't have to feel any remorse in their murder." Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola's Dead Snow isn't the first time the two forces will merge, but it may be the first time
"Ein, zwei, DIE" is used as a tagline, so for that it's won my kudos. Here's the trailer:
I'm not a fan of this fast-moving zombies thing, but I do like that zombie Nazis would still be pissed if you stole their war gold.
Last we saw of Kevin Munroe's Dylan Dog adaptation, the Brandon Routh-starring film looked like a nit that jumped off a Joss Whedon WB series and hid away until it grew big enough to be released in theaters as an actual movie of sorts. But that was half a year ago, and it was j... / Continue →
This trailer for Rubber came out last week, and I totally forgot to post it. Whups! But, seeing that we're talking about that movie about a psychic, killer tire, I figured it's better late than never. This is the kind of thing you're supposed to know about for conversations tha... / Continue →
There's a new Ghostface, guys, and this one is intent on highlighting Wes Craven's tenuous awareness of the Internet, smartphones, and the Konami NES LaserScope! Scream 4 trailer:... / Continue →