Alexander Phillipe presents a look at the modern zombie movie and the genre's rising subculture.
Now that the unholy holiday of Slash-Mess has come and gone it's time to celebrate the crispy wasteland that marks the start of another horrifying calendar year. What better way to do so than featuring the very first documentary on the 'Blender with: Doc Of The Dead (2014)?
Doc Of The Dead is written and directed by Alexander Phillipe. Phillipe has tradition of making quirky documentaries including Psychic Octopus (2012), The People vs. George Lucas (2010) and the Star Trek geek documentary Chick Flick: The Mike Miracle Story (2003).
The early screeners for this new film, which is currently in production and set for a 2014 release, show depth starting with candid interviews with George Romero (original Night Of The Living Dead) and also a sense of absurd humor - especially with Simon Pegg (Shaun from Shaun of The Dead). This documentary attempts to put the modern zombie movie and the genre's rising subculture into proper perspective from a fan's point-of-view.
If this wasn't good enough for you, O scaleless manlings, Red Line Media, known for their caustic, goofy and technically astute "Honest Trailers" and long-form "Q-without-A's" styled short films also contributes to the film.
The Sleaze-A-Saurus heartily anticipates this "outsider" documentary about what was, until very recently, an outsider genre free from insidious Hollywood meddling!
IMDb, Doc Of The Dead (2014)
Doc Of The Dead, Official Site
Joe Blo.com, The People VS George Lucas Interview
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