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The Flickering Myth writing team react…
We got a small teaser on Sunday and then the full trailer yesterday – we’ve got our first look at Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. Tom on a plane, eh?
But what did the Flickering Myth writing staff make of it all?
Eddy Gardiner: Looks like I’ll love it as much as Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.
Scott J Davis: Looks fan-bloody-tastic. If the upward curve in quality continues, then this could be the best yet. Unless of course Cruise Kills Himself on screen in Mission: Impossible 6…
Chris Cooper: That’s the only way he’d do a death isn’t it? Bat-shit crazy he may be, »
- Luke Owen
by Seth Metoyer
In celebratory fashion we have five DVD's of The Burning Dead to give away. Entering is simple. Go like our Facebook page here and our Twitter page here.
Then send an email to theburningdeadgiveaway[at]morehorror.com with the subject line The Burning Dead Giveaway and tell us what your favorite zombie movie is along with your Full Name and physical address. Sorry, only available to the Us and no Po Boxes. That's it. Winners will be chosen randomly.
Check out the details about The Burning Dead April release below.
From The Press Release
It looks like March is going to be a big month in VOD releases for genre fans, as there are a handful of great titles to keep an eye out for in the coming weeks. Several highly anticipated indie films are getting released, including It Follows, Spring, Faults and Backcountry, and there are also a handful of other fun films making their way onto digital platforms as well.
Here’s a rundown of what’s heading to VOD in March:
The Burning Dead (Uncork’d Entertainment)- 3/3
Written and produced by Jeff Miller and Jason Ancona (co-writers and producers of Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan), The Burning Dead pits a a horde of lava-filled zombies against a sheriff charged with the plight to rescue an estranged family from a volcano eruption. Trejo plays Night Wolf, a Native American warrior who knows way too much about the curse that unearthed the coffin dodgers. »
- Heather Wixson
Uncork’d Entertainment have announced the Us release dates for director Rene Perez’s The Burning Dead (formerly Volcano Zombies), which features action superstar Danny Trejo (Machete), along with Tom Downey (Axe Giant), Moniqua Plante (Nashville), Robert F. Lyons (Dark Night of the Scarecrow), Nicole Cummins (Logan), Kevin Norman (Melissa & Joey), Kyle T. Heffner (Seinfeld), Julia Lehman (Cheerleader Massacre 2), Tom Nagel (Hillside Cannibals), Jenny Lin (Piranhaconda), Robert Amstler (Alien Showdown), and Morgan Lester (John Carter).
Written and produced by Jeff Miller and Jason Ancona (co-writers and producers of Axe Giant), The Burning Dead pits a horde of lava-filled zombies against a sheriff charged with the plight to rescue an estranged family from a volcano eruption. Trejo plays Night Wolf, a Native American warrior who knows way too much about the curse that unearthed the coffin dodgers.
The Burning Dead arrives March 3rd on digital and VOD. The DVD lands a month later, »
- Phil Wheat
The Flickering Myth staff react…
Well, it’s finally here. Despite some theories that this was going to be another Roger Corman attempt to keep hold of the franchise rights and nothing else, it seems as though Josh Trank’s The Fantastic Four (or is that Fant4stic?) is very real. So, what did the writing and editorial staff of Flickering Myth make of it?
Chris Cooper: At no point have I understood the hate for this project. Okay, maybe the possible Dr Doom origin story. Anyway…the trailer looks good! I was a fan of both Evans and Chiklis but what I see here looks cool. The trailer did exactly what it needed to do: Make me interested.
Manny Camacho: I’m completely unimpressed. It looks to distract with visuals and still seemingly lacks a cohesive story that will aide in bridging the ridiculous casting choices. The teaser reminded »
- Gary Collinson
The Flickering Myth team react…
As with every new trailer for a superhero movie, there are those who like it, and those who don’t. In the case of Ant-Man, the feeling across the Internet has been more or less the same: it’s okay.
See Also – Watch the first trailer for Marvel’s Ant-Man
But what about the writing and editorial staff of Flickering Myth? Did they join the consensus of, “it’s okay”, or did they have other thoughts?
Ozzy Armstrong: While I think the film may be decent, I was a little underwhelmed by this trailer. It had everything I expected – mild humour, sagely wisdom and insect related action, but it fell a little flat. Still, definitely not writing it off yet and will still happily toddle off to the cinema to watch it.
Kris Wall: It looks enjoyable, certainly not the showstopper I’ve come to »
- Luke Owen
6 items from 2015
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