David Fincher and Brad Pitt had been attached to the long-gestating sequel.
The filmmaker promises a “balls-to-the-wall zombie freakshow.”
Director Julius Avery eschews the camp and gimmicks of the splattergore genre.
There may even be life for his unfinished sequel, Road of the Dead.
Fifty years ago, the late George A. Romero delivered an uncompromising nightmare that’s never ended.
A horror buff and a coward recall their week in George A. Romero’s iconic zombie town.
Legendary filmmaker started it all with 1968’s terrifying Night of the Living Dead.
Robert Kirkman’s long-running series is nearing its own apocalypse.
At its best, a sunny, upbeat sitcom punctuated by dirty zingers and buckets of guts.
The only thing scary about these films is having seen them.
Pitt is attempting to enlist close friend Fincher in his war against zombies.
The long-awaited adaptation of the 2006 novel hits theaters this July.