Thursday, October 25, 2007

"The Z Chromosome": Behind-the-Scenes


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A behind-the-scenes look at "The Z Chromosome", a controversial and epic new zombie film from "Ahhhh, Phooey" writer Christian Alsis and the visionary mind of director Brett Ratner.

7 comments:

i can't believe you posted this said...

YUCK

readers, this is more worth your time:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/21/theater/21robe.html

Anonymous said...

can't really see the whole link.

i think you have to register now anyway said...

better???

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THE REAL SAM SERO said...

You know what's really scary and sad about this comic? It's actually pretty truthful and accurate depiction of studio executives.

Blister Keaton said...

Don't you think I know that?

After all, I did write and direct "First Daughter Body Switch."

Gerald Grzych said...

The possible dangers of this "special" type of zombie:

1. Shooting them in the head may be complicated due to their helmets.

2. Their parents tend to love them “no matter what”. A loving mother may help by cutting our brains up into more manageable pieces for the zombies to eat.

3. The guilt of killing one will be unbearable for politically correct individuals.

4. The Special Olympics athletes will become the leaders.

5. “Special” strength + zombie strength = unstoppable zombies

BEWARE OF THE RETAR-DEAD!!!

Blister Keaton said...

BWA-HAHAHA!

Awesome list. What else is there to say?

Number three is particularly true, and number five made me laugh at work...hard to do.