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More upcoming zombie goodness

August 14, 2009

Zombie aficionados have got it good right now. In addition to Zombieland and Doghouse, here are a few others coming our way:

Survival of the Dead I alreay mentioned some weeks back. Funnily enough, while I only had stills to show back then, I now have a trailer. Funny thing is that I stumbled upon this trailer looking for something else entirely, and it’s on Youtube under the in production name of “… of the Dead”. Looks like a lot of fun, although what I said in this post still applies.

I posted about Rec 2 way back, and I finally ran into real trailers. From the looks of it, the movie continues the story of the first film with some kind of a SWAT team sent in to investigate. If you haven’t seen the first film, see it. And you may not want to watch the trailer below to avoid spoilers. That’s one lovely trailer, by the way.

For one reason or the other I’ve missed the movie Carriers altogether. To rectify the situation, here’s a trailer to enjoy. Seems like a wonderful post-apocalyptic scenario, and I like the cinematography of the trailer. It’s interesting that they chose avian flu as the disease to end society. If avian flu – or the swine variant – did what this disease does, we’d be in a whole lot of trouble.

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4 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing, Mikko. I’m looking forward to watching all three, hopefully at the cinema, otherwise on DVD. Say, have you heard that The Walking Dead is going to be made into a film? Great news indeed! Frank Darrabont of the Shawshank Redemption and the Green Mile fame is going to write and direct it, so it should be in safe hands.


    • Now that is sweet news indeed! I absolutely love the comic and own all the trade paperbacks. Really, really intense stuff there. Let’s hope they manage to do justice to it.


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