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It’s officially June now, and that means that the fourth annual Zombie Movie Marathon Month is underway. Tonight Cory and I are going to be watching La Horde on Netflix instant watch. Looking forward to letting you know how it goes, along with several other films, on this weekends epic return of the Inevitable Zombie Podcast.
Here’s a nice write up describing some lucky Oakland University students who got to play a minor part in the filming of the latest zombie flick Detention of the Dead, which is billed as The Breakfast Club meets Dawn of the Dead. (Daily Tribune)
Marti Noxon, known for her awesome writing on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has recently been called in to do a few rewrites on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I for one am glad this movie finally seems to be in good hands. (Cinema Spy)
Indie zombie movie Highway 91 is now available for purchase on DVD. Don’t expect to see it in your local movie rental kiosks any time soon though, this sale is strictly through the film’s website. (Dread Central)
Frank Darabont, the producer of The Walking Dead, discusses some concern over rumored budget cuts for the upcoming season of the extremely popular show. (Dread Central)