Thursday, November 8, 2007

Making it easier...

Okay, so some of you have let us know that the original file is a bit too big. So, we have made a smaller version which you should see embedded into this entry.


Let us know what you think.

(How many zombies does it take to change a light bulb?


...100, 1 to change it and 99 to fight over the old one.)

- As told by Dickon Tolson - Actor who plays Carl in Autumn

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

If it is even half as good as the book it will be a bloody marvelous movie.

Tammybon said...

Looks Wicked!

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cSc said...

Judging by the trailer looks, i dont think it will be half as good as the book was. Then again, maybe im wrong. Guess ill have to wait and see. The book was awesome, lets see how you capture my brainwaves with the movie ;)

dhanishattuck said...

Make the film more artsy like the intro, make it grainier, etc. Editing is the key.

Inscape said...

Love it! I'm a big fan of the book and I know Rumbelow's work. It's going to be light years ahead of other genre stuff. Can't wait.

Anonymous said...

Wow... I hate to rain on the parade, but that was... wow. I'm a HUGE fan of the book and there's just... Hell, I hope you can pull it off, really... I the love the books and am a big nut for zombie movies, but jeez guys... stop and get someone who has a slight idea of what they're doing. That thing where the chick goes from healthy to shriveled? Wow... if one of the other commenters thought this was going to be way better than anything else, I'd hate to see what he's watching... unless he means 28 Weeks later or something snobby like that. I'd been looking forward to this for a while now, and am thoroughly disappointed. Sorry. At least it's early and you can adapt.

kin242 said...

Bugger- it's not set in the UK then I guess... Shame. Jolly old blighty is the best locale for zombie carnage. It's the stiff upper lips- more fibre you see.

Looks OK but I have to say so far the footage reminds me a lot of Meat Market. I'd agree with the grainy thing- check out planet terror or the graininess of 28 days later (not the psycho handicam vomi-inducing sequel 28 weeks though- that was dire and badly filmed).

transcan said...

The promo looks okay to me. It seems like they have a lot of work to do, but I am going to reserve judgment for the final product. Not much you can say about footage from one week of shooting (I think I read that was what it was). You never know until something has been through post production.

I do think it is cool that they are trying to keep us involved though.

Anonymous said...

Some of these comments are like from extreme fans that seem to think they've seen the film. Ho-hum. The scale of it looks pretty big and the make-up looks first rate to me. Music is great and if the casting rumours about Dexter Fletcher and David Carradine are true I somehow don't think they need advice about movie making. Too early to tell anything about the translation of the book or how the characters are. But then again I actually liked 28 Days and 28 Weeks Later (not as much as 28 Days though).

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