TV & FILM
brian-mcgee - October 29, 2018
If you're a horror hound, you're going to be happy to know that Wednesday's celebration of Halloween does not signal the end of horror on the big screen in 2018. That's right, on November 9 you can stroll down to your local multiplex and purchase a ticket for Overlord, a WWII Nazi zombie movie that looks mighty big on scares.
A few weeks back they released what was dubbed the "final trailer" for the film, but then today they released a video also titled "final trailer" and they're both different. It makes no sense. Both trailers do tout the Rotten Tomatoes score for the film, which I guess is an indication that the end is nigh. Or is it that they paid those critics to write good reviews? I can't remember why we all hated Rotten Tomatoes for a minute.
Anyways, Overlord is a movie and it looks pretty scary and it's opening soon. There's not much more to it than that. This is clearly all the footage they're interested in showing in the trailers. If you want to see more monsters, you're going to have to buy a ticket. Or you could wait and search the internet for it, though damned if I can find a good picture of the monster from A Quiet Place. It's like no good pictures of that thing exist.
Overlord parachutes into enemy territory on November 9.