Zombieland DVD and Blu-ray announcement

December 14, 2009 :: Posted by - Lord Shaper :: Category - Horror, Movie

And now a warning from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment: on February 2, 2010, this land officially becomes Zombieland as the number one grossing zombie movie in history takes over the nation on Blu-rayâ, DVD and PSP. Woody Harrelson (2012, Natural Born Killers), Jesse Eisenberg (Adventureland, The Village), Emma Stone (The House Bunny, Superbad) and Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Signs) star in this action-packed horror comedy about an unlikely band of heroes who team up to survive in a world overrun by ravenous zombies! Speaking of ravenous, Zombieland features enough outrageous laughs and terrifying thrills to satisfy the most hungry horror and comedy fans. Plus, the Blu-ray and DVD come loaded with killer bonus features fans will devour, including deleted scenes; commentary with Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg, Director Ruben Fleischer and Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick; the making-of featurettes In Search of Zombieland, and Zombieland is Your Land; visual effects progression scenes; trailers and more!

Bonus features exclusive to the Blu-ray Disc include a Digital Copy of the film for PSP, PC and iTunes, as well as the Beyond the Graveyard Picture-in-Picture Track – featuring behind-the-scenes footage, storyboards, animatics and more – and movieIQ, which allows viewers to immediately access continuously updated information on the cast & crew and explore relevant trivia such as production facts and soundtrack information all tied to scenes within the movie via BD-Live.

Don’t miss the horror comedy hit that’s had moviegoers screaming with laugher when ZOMBIELAND becomes available to own on Blu-ray for $39.95, DVD for $28.96 and UMD for $24.94.

Synopsis

Nerdy college student Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) has survived the plague that has turned mankind into flesh-devouring zombies because heâs scared of just about everything. Gun-toting, Twinkie-loving Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) has no fears. Together, they are about to stare down their most horrifying challenge yet: each others company. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star in this double-hitting, head-smashing comedy. Get ready to nut up or shut up!

Zombieland was directed by Ruben Fleischer from a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Tarzan 2, Cruel Intentions 3) and produced by Gavin Polone (Secret Window, Panic Room). It co-stars Amber Heard (The Stepfather, Pineapple Express). It was distributed by Columbia Pictures and has a run time of approximately eighty-eight minutes. It has been rated R for horror violence/gore and language.

DVD and Blu-ray Bonus Material

Deleted Scenes
Commentary with Actors Woody Harrelson & Jesse Eisenberg, Director Ruben Fleischer, Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick
In Search of Zombielandâ â A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Zombieland
Zombieland is Your Landâ â Creating the world of Zombieland
Visual Effects Progression Scenes
Theatrical Promo Trailers

Also, Only on Blu-ray High Def

  • Beyond the Graveyard Picture-in-Picture Track: Includes behind-the-scenes footage, storyboards, animatics and more!
  • movieIQ: BD-Live enabled technology allows movie fans to access trivia about the movies cast, crew, production facts, soundtrack and more all while watching the movie!
  • Digital Copy of the film for PSP, PC and iTunes

The Wolfman Trailer

October 22, 2009 :: Posted by - Lord Shaper :: Category - Horror, Movie

The Second Trailer for the upcoming Wolfman movie has been release so check it out and let me know what you think of it in the comments.

Kryptographik Episode 29

June 29, 2009 :: Posted by - Lord Shaper :: Category - Movie, Podcast

Kryptographik is a trans-continental podcast featuring Brian (in the U.S.) and Damian (in Australia), providing news, reviews, commentary and interviews covering horror, dark fantasy and science-fiction.

In our 29th episode, we discuss Barry Nugent’s Fallen Heroes and Modern Horror vs. “Torture Porn.” We also give our thoughts regarding the trailers for Transformers 2, Public Enemies, Moon, The Final Destination (in 3-D!), Terminator: Salvation, Drag Me To Hell, Halloween 2, Pandorum, The Surrogates, Inglorious Bastards, Tim Burton’s 9, Sherlock Holmes, The Road, Sorority Row, Whiteout & Zombieland.

Thanks to the Everything Comes Back to 2000AD podcast for the clip!

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Kryptographik Episode 28

June 08, 2009 :: Posted by - Lord Shaper :: Category - Comic, Movie, Podcast, Sci-Fi

Kryptographik is a trans-continental podcast featuring Brian (in the U.S.) and Damian (in Australia), providing news, reviews, commentary and interviews covering horror, dark fantasy and science-fiction.

In our 28th episode, we discuss the re-launch of the Titanium Rain comic book series (this month’s sponsor); indie films Nun of That, Nightmare & Family Demons; writing for Fangoria.com & HeroesCorner.com; what we picked up on Free Comic Book Day and which upcoming comics you should look out for
- and avoid.

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Links from the Show

Titinium Rain
http://www.titaniumrain.net/

Nun of That
http://www.ourfilmspace.com/video/nun-of-that-official-trailer-1

Nightmare
http://www.fangoria.com/reviews/2-film/1965-nightmare-film-review.html

Family Demons
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Family-Demons/14093417396

Kryptik Musings Episode 4

August 05, 2008 :: Posted by - Lord Shaper :: Category - Horror, Movie, Podcast

Kryptographik is a trans-continental podcast featuring Brian (in the U.S.) and Damian (in Australia), providing news, reviews, commentary and interviews covering horror, dark fantasy and science-fiction.

In our 4th Kryptik Musings, Damian had the chance to record a panel all about Hellboy 2 which has been out for a month in the US but still has to hit the Australian shores.

32 minutes of Kryptography in only 14 MB

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Beyond The Dunwich Horror Movie Review

June 02, 2008 :: Posted by - Hellstorm :: Category - Horror, Movie, Review

I recently viewed Richard Griffin’s seventh independent feature film, Beyond The Dunwich Horror, at the Columbus Theater in Providence, RI.

I can say without reservation that watching Beyond The Dunwich Horror is like watching a Lovecraft adaptation by Dario Argento, with Mario Bava on cinematography and Lucio Fulci on special effects.

If I didn’t meet the cast afterwards in the lobby, I’d swear that Richard Griffin found an old Italian Giallo (pulp-ish horror film) no one knew about and added his name to the title credits. Even the score (by Tony Milano) sounds like a score by occasional Argento collaborator Goblin.

If the above names aren’t familiar to you, this may not be your type of film. If you’re a fan of Bava’s Blood and Black Lace, Argento’s Suspiria or Fulci’s Zombi 2, then you’re in for a treat.

Richard Griffin could have simply lifted elements from some of his favorite horror films and created a pastiche, but thankfully for us he’s aimed significantly higher.

Rather than a direct adaptation or updating of H.P. Lovecraft’s classic short story (The Dunwich Horror), Griffin has woven the original tale into the backstory of Beyond The Dunwich Horror, which brings us up to date on what’s been happening in Dunwich the last few decades.

The audience is told two stories at once. The film starts out with someone (whom we later learn is named Andrew) found washed up on Dunwich’s shore. His brother Kenny comes to town to find out why Andrew has been locked up in a psychiatric hospital, conscious yet incapable of communicating with anyone. Kenny’s story is intercut with scenes from Andrew’s story, as told to Kenny over the course of his investigation. Kenny (and the audience) also learn the essence of Lovecraft’s original story, as it’s used to give context to the events in the film.

If you’ve recently said to yourself (or anyone else), “they don’t make horror films like they used to,” I’m happy to tell you that Richard Griffin (along with his cast and crew) just did.

There’s going to be another screening on June 13th at the Cable Car Cinema & Cafe (“The Theater with the Couches”, more info at http://www.cablecarcinema.com/ ), followed by some screenings on the horror film festival circuit, and a DVD release in 2009.

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