Zombie Roadkill (2010)
Director Dave Green and writer Henry Gayden, who both worked on the small screen on the series Zombie Roadkill, have assembled a talented cast of relative unknown child actors including Teo Halm (Alex), Brian Bradley (Tuck), Reese Hartwig (Munch), and Ella Wahlestedt (Emma). The most recognizable face is the adult villain Dr. Madsen played by the unlikely Jason Gray-Stanford, best known as police Lt. Randy Disher in Monk.
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You can check out the trailer below, and let us know what you think in the comments section, but I’m incredibly underwhelmed by the footage on display here. Even overlooking the fact that viewers will be treated to whiplash-inducing camerawork from a group of terrified kids, nothing stands out about the characters or even the central alien (evidently named Echo
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Roadkill Secrets Revealed
See animals come alive in this behind-the-scenes look at FEARnet's newest original series 'Zombie Roadkill'.
Zombie Roadkill is now playing. Go to www.FEARnet.com/zombieroadkill to witness it for yourself.
About Zombie Roadkill:
In this terrifyingly funny new series from FEARnet and Ghost House Pictures, a group of college kids driving on an unfamiliar winding road through a national park accidentally run over an unsuspecting squirrel. They quickly discover that this is no ordinary road - the woods are alive with the undead,
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A group of college kids driving on an unfamiliar winding road through a national park accidentally run over an unsuspecting squirrel. They quickly discover that this is no ordinary road - the woods are alive with the undead, animals reanimated as vengeful, murderous zombies!
After a harrowing crash, a meek but lovable Simon (David Dorfman, The Ring, Texas Chainsaw Massacre) must venture out to find help for his injured friends and brother. Along the way he runs into dedicated park ranger, Chet Masterson (Thomas Haden Church, Spider-Man 3, Sideways). Together, they attempt to survive this cursed
The point of this ramble? David Green's Zombie Roadkill - produced by Sam Raimi - arrived online today with Fearnet releasing the first two episodes with additional eps due to hit online one a day every day for the rest of the week. Nobody is safe. Nobody. Least
Comedy-horror series, "Zombie Roadkill," starring "The Ring's" David Dorfman and featuring "Spiderman 3's" Thomas Haden Church premieres with its first two episodes on Monday, Oct. 4 on FEARnet.
Be prepared to laugh and then get startled by random zombie woodland creatures all hell-bent on payback. The series follows Dorfman and his crew of horny college co-eds as they take off for what was supposedly a fun weekend of camping at a National Park. That very quickly changes when the crew unwittingly run over a squirrel, who's not quite dead. Haden Church plays a park ranger who may be able to help get them out alive.
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Following Monday's debut, one new episode of the six-episode series will be released daily through the 8th. The terrifyingly twisted new show will also play on the FEARnet On Demand VOD network with the first three episodes becoming available on October 14th and the final episodes becoming available October 21st.
Ghost House's partners Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, together with Jim Burns, shepherded the project along with Ben Ketai and Sarah Donohue as Executive Producers. Innovative director David Green helmed the project penned by Henry Gayden.
Academy-Award nominated actor Thomas Haden Church co-stars as a tough as nails Park Ranger who teams with an unsuspecting teenager,
FEARnet, the world’s premier destination for horror, thriller and suspense movies, announced today Zombie Roadkill will premiere on October 4, 2010 on FEARnet.com. FEARnet will debut the first two episodes of this new original series brought to you by Ghost House Pictureson October 4th, and then release one new episode of the six-episode series daily. The terrifyingly twisted new series will also play on the FEARnet On Demand VOD network with the first three episodes of the series becoming available on October 14th and the final episodes becoming available October 21st. Ghost House's partners Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, together with Jim Burns shepherded the project along with Ben Ketai
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Rue Morgue Special Edition 13th Anniversary Halloween Issue
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Fifty years ago Marion met Norman at the Bates Motel and the modern horror film was born. Rue Morgue’s panel of experts celebrates the lunatic legacy of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece. Featuring Wes Craven, assistant director Hilton Green, and authors Stephen Rebello and David Thomson.
Plus: A look at Bernard Herrmann’s score, a new documentary on the film, sequel spotlights, and more!
by Aaron Von Lupton, Mark R. Hasan, James Burrell, Stuart F. Andrews,
The setup is familiar. A quartet of college kids - plus one geeky younger
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