“The Dead Don’t Die” - zombie-movie starring Kylo Ren and Ghostbusters Guy

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Kylo Ren and Ghostbusters Guy join forces with Childish Gambino’s dad, the girl who blew her real life director-actor boyfriend on screen for real in some weird indie movie, Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend, the bald lady from Doctor Strange, and Steve Buscemi in order to fight a growing zombie threat!

Will evil prevail? Will they use The Force? Will they cross the streams? When will The Predator show up? Is the Ancient One wearing a wig and are people still mad that she’s white? Will Steve Buscemi suffer from rebound Space Dementia?


Only time will tell!

Also has the dude from X-Men: First Class who yelled really loudly and looks like the dude from Harry Potter but isn't the dude from Harry Potter.

Oh, and Iggy Pop!


Lust For Life - The Prodigy remix (Rest in Peace, Keith)

Directed by Jim Jarmusch

I know Danny and Donald Glover aren’t related. It’s a joke.

In all seriousness I’ll typically see anything involving Bill Murray. Count me in

Jarmusch has made a couple films I really enjoyed, namely Broken Flowers and Only Lovers Left Alive.



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Jesus Carbomb

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I was expecting Chris Hemsworth but all we got was the old washed up actor from Caddyshack.
 

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I like the vibes coming from this but I feel like it lacks punch. I want to like it more and I hope it's actually good once I see it.
 

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When I first found out Dann--Donald? Donald. The younger one. When I first found out Donald Glover existed, I thought he had to be Danny's son. Imagine my surprise when I saw no connection between their Wikipedia pages. Turned out I was just racist.
So Bill Murray's in two zombie movies this year? Two zombie comedies? Nice.
 

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Jarmusch can go either way for me. There's a chance this will be really good and a welcome understated, more personal entry into the zombie library, and there's a chance it's going to be shoegazing, pretentious garbage.
 

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Have you seen many/any of Jarmusch's other films? He seems to go with a more "understated" tone. I know what you mean.
I haven't seen his other work but I like what I'm hearing about the understated tone. Knowing that it's intentional gives me a better feeling that this could be a real comfy watch.

Also, Selena Gomez is looking SUPER CUTE in this.
 

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Jarmusch can go either way for me. There's a chance this will be really good and a welcome understated, more personal entry into the zombie library, and there's a chance it's going to be shoegazing, pretentious garbage.
Agreed. I can honestly say that his movies are either my favorite of that year or trash.