Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Lily James Horror HD



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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Lily James Horror HD

Jane Austen’s classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England is faced with a new challenge — an army of undead zombies.

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19 Responses

  1. Ian Cossey

    This looks wonderfully silly.  To all those suggesting that, from the trailer, it seems to be taking itself too seriously, I'd suggest that the tone they are taking is to let the ridiculousness of the premise carry much of the humour by itself.  Not everything comedic needs to have quick-fire jokes every other second in order to bolster its impact; nor does a comedy film need to give away all, or indeed any, of its best jokes in its trailers, despite what current film industry trends seem to feel the need to do.  There is such a thing as deadpan.  There is such a thing as humour which doesn't poke you in the face every five minutes just to check that you're still awake and finding it funny.  There's humour which can sit quietly and wryly behind the other things that might sit further to the front.  Maybe it's a British thing?  I can certainly see how non-British audiences could miss subtler aspects of this otherwise less-than-subtle movie, which is a shame because it is exactly those slight, under-the-radar touches which (to me) partly look to make this film worth watching. In any case, I like what I see very much, slight and silly and trashy as it might be.  I really hope (though severely doubt) there will be an action sequence which not only features kick-ass babes in Empire dresses dispatching period-costumed zombies with slick and balletic eroticism (much as has already been confirmed in the trailer – be still my beating heart!), but that there will be at least one of those sequences set to a section of Schubert's 'Death and the Maiden.'  A fool's errand, but one lives in hope.

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  2. Joshua Brooks

    When the early filmmakers were thanklessly toiling away creating this wonderful new medium, I bet they had no idea what evil they were perpetrating.

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  3. Killa Zadva

    i was excited to see that a new pride and prejudice movie was made but the zombie part is just ridiculous. like i get zombies are a big thing but rlyy

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