Friday, June 15, 2007

So, How Many of You Have Ever Had to Kill a Zombie

Here's an alternative flick to the big summer bombasts that hasn't gotten a lot of press--Fido:

It gets a pretty good review from the NYTimes as well as TV Guide (which has a surprisingly good movie review section):
Director and cowriter Andrew Currie's satirical Technicolor fantasy plays out in a small-town 1950s America that never was. One in which the living and the living dead reside side by side in economically segregated harmony, which is a nice way of saying that zombies are the household slaves of the upwardly mobile living, picking up trash, delivering newspapers and milk, and laboring in factories.