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AAAH! ZOMBIES!! (Wasting Away 2007)
Director: Matthew Kohnen
Writer: Matthew Kohnen & Sean Kohnen
Staring: Matthew Davis, Julianna Robinson, Michael Grant Terry, and Betsy Beutler
From: Level 33 Entertainment
I wrote a review for the Zombie Comedy “Aaah! Zombies!!” It’s not often that I get surprised by a zombie movie, but this movie was awesome. Very original, very funny.
You can read the whole review here.
Also. Sorry everyone computer problems with my software kept me from finishing the comic for today. I’m back up and running but I’ll have to post it wednesday. If it makes you feel better it will be double sized. That’s something… right?
I suck, I know. forgive me.
This looked pretty funny. (Caution a little sweary… you have been warned.)
I found the debate on types of zombies to be pretty entertaining.
Some awesome news about the Zombie Comedy: Aaah! Zombies!! from Level 33 Entertainment.
Looks like it has a shiny new poster (Above) and an updated release date for North America of September 14th. I blogged about this movie earlier and you can see the awesome trailer for Aaah! Zombies!! here.
Aaah! Zombies!! is directed by Matthew Kohnen and stars Matthew Davis, Betsy Beutler, Colby French, Julianna Robinson, and Joel McCrary.
Turning the zombie film on its head, “Aaah! Zombies!!” is an oddball comedy told from the perspective of the brain munching monsters themselves.
Yes! found a bit more information on “Aaah! Zombies!!” BTW this is a much better poster than that crappy one in the previous post.
The movie premiered at the LA ScreamFest in 2007 (Audience Award winner) under the title “Wasting Away,” It will finally get released under its new title on DVD September 28 by Level 33 Entertainment.
The upcoming zombie comedy “Aaah! Zombies!!” is a new twist on the genre, with the movie taking the point-of-view of four friends — Matthew Davis (The Vampire Diaries, Blue Crush), Julianna Robinson, Betsy Beutler (Scrubs), and Michael Terry (Bones) — as they discover they have been inadvertently turned into zombies due to a toxic waste spill (weren’t the 80′s great?), only they are the only ones who can’t see their zombification.
Colby French (Changeling, Heroes), Joel McCrary, and genre vet Tracey Walter (Trailer Park of Terror, Repo Man) also star in the movie written by newcomers Matthew Kohnen and Sean Kohnen, and directed by Matthew.
Watch the Trailer in my previous post.
This trailer for the zombie comedy “Aaah! Zombies!!” made me laugh. I love stories from the zombie perspective. That is sort of the whole point of “The Zombie Nation” webcomic after all.
Turning the zombie film on its head, “Aaah! Zombies!!” is an oddball comedy from the perspective of the brain munching monsters themselves.
Here’s the poster for “Aaah! Zombies!!” To be honest I don’t really care for this poster. The trailer tells me that this is clearly a “Zombie Comedy” but the poster looks like your average zombie horror movie. I’m getting mixed messages from it.
Just my opinion though.
I’ll keep an eye out for this one as Zombie comedies are my favorite type of movie…. ever.
Don’t let this crappy trailer fool you, “Undead or Alive” was actually a pretty good movie. I just watched this on Netflix and I thought I would give you my half @$$ed review. I would use my whole @$$, but what would I sit on?
This movie is a cut above your usual B movie fair and I really enjoyed it. I laughed myself silly through the entire movie. I loved the mixing of genres (Horror/western/comedy). Having zombies in a western is not new, but is still a nice change of pace from your typical zombie apocalypse film…. And this was actually really funny.
Despite having my least favorite comic from Saturday Night Live in it (Chris Kattan) I really enjoyed this movie. The acting was pretty good, there was a sufficient amount of gore to make me happy and did I mention it made me laugh…. a lot.
If you’ve got Netflix, you should still be able to stream this to your monitor. I assure you it is worth your time.
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