A zombie dance routine? How quaint.
MY NAME IS INIGO MONTOYA, YOU KILLED MY FATHER, PREPARE oh is it not actually happening? Okay.
Zombie’s fetish for living dead girls bleeds onto the screen…
So it appears that Twitter possesses more than just the magical power to make narcissists imagine their universal relevance; apparently, the cyber cesspool of social networking can make you a film producer, too, whilst enabling indie-wunderkind Anthony Lane realise his pubescent dream of making a film that could prove as riveting as his live cam-feed – all for the smashing price of £10.
Should you have clicked on this link for the promise of a more tantalising glimpse of the upcoming Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I, I’m sorry to disappoint. Debuting on..
Over the years we’ve seen plenty of comics turned into films, which normally entails lifting the characters and plot and leaving everything comic-specific behind. Fair enough. But what about a comic that’s turned into a bigger, brighter, flashier comic with, like, Michael Cera and moving bits? Edgar Wright’s extraordinary film is more fun than waking up and discovering you’re Mario.