Broadsheet Trailer Park: Extinction



What you may need to know:

1. Zom-non-com with Matthew Fox and Jeffrey Donovan as survivors hiding out nine years after the zombie apocalypse.

2. @0:12 – “Tonight, Matthew, I’m going to be Captain Caveman.”

3. Fox can’t seem to get away from zombies. He had a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it role as “Parajumper #1” in Brad Pitt’s patchy World War Z (2013).

4. Were there any zombies in Lost amongst all those alternate timelines, four-toed statues and frozen donkey wheels? What was the deal with Christian Shephard?

5. If you were underwhelmed by I Am Legend (2007), then check out The Omega Man (1971).

6. Broadsheet Prognosis: Needs more braaaaains.

Release Date: August 14.

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11 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Extinction

  1. Dubloony

    The book by Max Brooks was actually very good, sharply observed satire.

    The whole zombie thing is deep ingrained US fear of enemies who are unafraid to die – discuss.

  2. Joe835

    Matthew Fox had a rather large role in World War Z that was cut down to a cameo, they shot the whole thing with a totally different Russian-based ending that tested really badly, so they re-did the whole thing in Wales with Doctor Who as the WHO Doctor.

    A missed opportunity though, would’ve been much better in a documentary-style format with narration with more of a global sense to it. Maybe an 8-part HBO series or something, rather than the schlocky scarefest that it turned into towards the end.

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