Posted on Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
Moving on from a bad relationship is tough even under the best circumstances. It’s infinitely more difficult when your ex comes back as a zombie determined to sabotage your rebound relationship and/or eat you alive. That’s what happens in Burying the Ex, Joe Dante‘s first film since 2009’s The Hole.
Anton Yelchin plays hapless Max, whose relationship with Evelyn (Ashley Greene) has gone downhill. Just as he musters up the courage to dump her, she dies in a freak accident. Max subsequently gets involved with Olivia (Alexandra Daddario), only to discover soon afterward that Evelyn’s back from the dead and eager to rekindle their romance. Watch the new Burying the Ex trailer after the jump. Read More »
Burying the Ex is the latest film from director Joe Dante; it’s a horror/comedy that sets up a big metaphor for being unable to escape the problems of old relationships. See, Max (Anton Yelchin), is having a difficult time with his girlfriend Evelyn (Ashely Greene) — much more so after she is killed and returns as a zombie. See, he just wants to move on, but with the living dead lass around, his old relationship is literally threatening to kill him. Check out the Burying the Ex trailer below. Read More »
Given how movie studios continually mine familiar properties for new sequels and remakes, it’s no surprise that there’s a push at Warner Bros. to make a new Gremlins movie. What is a surprise is that we haven’t seen one yet. A new film is in development now — reportedly a sequel, rather than a reboot — but new Gremlins films have been in development before and never gone anywhere. Now Joe Dante, who directed both the original film and its very cartoonish sequel, talks about the complications of making a new Gremlins film, even as he admits that he’s not at all involved. Read More »