|654||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 2||HEK19|
|655||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||HEK19|
|656||2016. 05. 04||23:59||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||HEK19|
|733||2016. 05. 05||17:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||EK19|
|912||2016. 05. 07||14:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 4||EK19|
A master of B movies, Joe Dante is one and only filmmaker whose source of creation is in the B movies. In this zombie horror romance and comedy, he skillfully shows the core elements of the genre. After his obsessive girlfriend Evelyn died in a car accident, Max falls in love with a new girl but gets in trouble with his former girlfriend risen from the grave. The cliche of classic zombie films and the motif of the film are the existence of immortal being, what the film calls “ex”. Everybody has his/her own ex (exes), things which don’t die but keep coming back to torment them. While crossing the vast field of genre, the director raises a question of how we can break up with the silly past. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||Alan TREZZA, David JOHNSON|
|Art Director||Geoffrey BROWN|
|Cast||Anton YELCHIN, Ashley GREEN, Alexandra DADDARIO, Oliver COOPER|
Born in 1946, New Jersey, USA. Joe DANTE is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art. He made his directorial debut in 1976 with Hollywood Boulevard(co-directed with Allan ARKUSH). In 1977, DANTE made his solo debut as a film director with Piranha(1978) and such films include The Howling(1981) and Gremlins(1984).
Max knows things aren’t working out with Evelyn, but he dreads breaking up. Bigger problem is that after Evelyn is hit by a bus, she returns as a zombie.