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Peep the new poster for Canadian horror musical My Fair Zombie

Dec. 17, 2012by: Jake Dee
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We're creeping up on a year since flashing the trailer for the Canadian horror-musical MY FAIR ZOMBIE, far too long you if you ask us. However, now that the Brett Kelly film is gearing up for a 2013 release, a new poster for the wacky looking bastard has been unveiled. Cop a peek below!

Based on George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, MY FAIR ZOMBIE concerns a professor of phonetics who attempts to teach a zombie woman to be a proper English Lady. The script is by Kelly and frequent collaborator Trevor Payer (She-Rex).

Sacha Gabriel, Lawrence Evenchick, Barry Caiger, Jennifer Vallance and Jason Redmond all star in the film.

Until we lock an official date, here's the Official Site to hold you over.

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8:47PM on 12/17/2012
"A musical comedy with guts" - Genius!
"A musical comedy with guts" - Genius!
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5:25AM on 12/18/2012
Often, zombie movies interrogate social issues subtextually. Hopefully, My Fair Zombie is no exception. The source material examines social class and human capability. I would not mind were this musical to comment on social class and the human condition. Perhaps, the audience discovers that a bourgeois lifestyle and decorum makes one a zombie. Perhaps, the plot questions who the real zombies and monsters are in our society. Romero has posed such questions often.
Often, zombie movies interrogate social issues subtextually. Hopefully, My Fair Zombie is no exception. The source material examines social class and human capability. I would not mind were this musical to comment on social class and the human condition. Perhaps, the audience discovers that a bourgeois lifestyle and decorum makes one a zombie. Perhaps, the plot questions who the real zombies and monsters are in our society. Romero has posed such questions often.
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