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  1. jayoh
    April 16th, 2007 | 1:06 am | #1

    And now i present to you Deconstructing the Solomon Quote: a Narritive in One Act.

    “It’s a cross between humans and zombies [making them not zombies], with a whole new lore and a whole new take on zombies – the [super?]powers they have and how fast they move[sooo early 2000]. They’re no longer shambling[28days later anyone?]. They are fast, furious [tokyo drift] and dangerous [good, im sick of all these safe zombie movies dammit] and they have a whole emotional side to them and conflict [Marvel Zombies Anyone? ANYONE!?]. It’s a completely different take on zombies than anybody’s done.[except for Robert Fucking Kirkman]”

    joe. angry.

  2. jayoh
    April 16th, 2007 | 1:06 am | #2

    edit: 28weeks later looks like schlock

  3. Sean
    April 16th, 2007 | 11:27 pm | #3

    Man, the thing that directors are missing these days about zombies isn’t that they have to be ghouls that are super powered, or vampire matrix like things that happen to drip flesh to scare you.

    The whole thing with zombies is that even if theyre slow, they’re going to get you in the end.

    And I’m the only one who refuses to say that 28 days/weeks later is a zombie movie, aren’t I?

    100 Tears looks like it’s going to be brilliant or ridiculously bad. Not that it really matters.

    I wonder how they’d redo Motel Hell, it’s hard to remake something as bad as that was.

  4. R.J. Sayer
    April 18th, 2007 | 2:18 pm | #4

    what really molds my cheese is that GRINDHOUSE features a scene in which (albeit through “implication”) a woman lands – naked and spread-eagle – crotch-first onto a butcher’s knife and still somehow manages to get an “R” rating.

    yet HATCHET gets an NC17?

    Favoritism anyone?

  5. April 18th, 2007 | 9:05 pm | #5

    We all know it is a whoring industry; the MPAA happen to be the pimps. Except they don’t have a cool hat. Or cane. Or gold capped front teeth.

    Or anything cool about them at all. Which kind of just makes them extortionists, which was illegal the last time I checked.

  6. R.J. Sayer
    April 19th, 2007 | 11:38 am | #6

    well, the MPAA is quickly on its way to total and complete irrelevance.

    hope they had a fun ride while it lasted.

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