It's a homage to filmmaking, a splattery comedy and a family affair.
The remake of Shinichiro Ueda’s "ONE CUT OF THE DEAD" shambles into theaters on July 14.
The remake of Shinichiro Ueda’s ONE CUT OF THE DEAD is heading for wider distribution following its Tribeca Film Festival play.
Hazanavicius hasn’t tried to fix what wasn’t broke, with much of ONE CUT OF THE DEAD faithfully recreated. What’s new is his playful approach to acknowledging his predecessor.
The great stuff came from all over the world and explored every side—including the lighter side—of fear.