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The Rezort Offers a Trip to a Zombie Safari

15 June 2016 9:52 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

The Rezort is a blend of Jurassic World (2015) with zombie films. A remote park allows zombie safaris, until something goes wrong. The Rezort is slated to show in Edinburgh, Scotland - today. The film will have several showings, this week. And, the film stars: Dougray Scott (Enigma), Jessica De Gouw (These Final Hours), Martin McCann, Elen Rhys, Claire Goose and Jassa Ahluwalia. Several stills, from the film, are available here, along with the official trailer and an effects reel. The story, from writer Paul Gerstenberger, talks of a "controlled zombie safari retreat." After a plague has decimated the world, survivors can pay for the right to hunt the undead. But, these zombies still have a bit of bite. When the security measures go down, these zombie tourists are put on the run, again. A number of stills have been released for the film, recently. They show the island, on which the tourists hunt the undead. Events take a turn for the worse in a control room. Three of the stills are...

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Gimme celluloid: a history of Mick Jagger on film

8 February 2016 7:54 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Ahead of HBO’s rock drama Vinyl, which the Rolling Stones singer executive-produced, we take a look at his small screen and big screen exploits, which range from a terrible Ned Kelly to a sterling Performance

Mick Jagger’s role as executive producer on HBO rock drama Vinyl – the idea for which he first dreamed up in the mid-90s – is only the latest in a surprisingly meaty list of involvements in film and television for the Rolling Stones frontman.

He has utilised his star clout to serve as a producer on two films about one of his heroes, James Brown (the biopic Get on Up and documentary Mr Dynamite), as well as Michael Apted’s second world war thriller Enigma, from 2001. Jagger, who owns an Enigma code-breaking machine himself, had a cameo as an Raf officer at a dance. He’s also been a driving force as a producer »

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