Cockneys Vs Zombies: new red band trailer

Trailer Ryan Lambie 3 Aug 2012 - 14:29

There's lots of gore in the new red band trailer for Cockneys Vs Zombies, which you can see here...

If its title sounds like just another tawdry mash-up movie akin to something like Strippers Vs Werewolves, fear not: we have it on good authority that Cockneys Vs Zombies, the forthcoming movie from director Matthias Hoene is a great one.

It's got a decent cast, too, including Michelle Ryan, Alan Ford, Honor Blackman and Richard Briers. And it makes great use of them, with Richard Briers seeing off a member of the undead with an uzi being a particular highlight - there's something we didn't see in 28 Days Later.

Cockneys Vs Zombies, inevitably, is full of swearing, exploding heads and geysers of gore (in fact, Geezers of Gore would have been a good alternative title). Bear in mind, then, that the following red band trailer lives up to its name, and viewer discretion is strongly advised. You muppets.

Cockneys Vs Zombies has its premiere at FrightFest on the 23rd August, and goes on general release on the 31st.


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So sad Richard Briers got old!

I've often wondered who would win, a zombie or an old fellow with a walker.

This looks fantastic! Looking forward to watch it at the Fantasy Filmfest here in Germany :)

That looks superb!

Seems to be a more violent rip-off of Shaun of the Dead.

WooHoo! Go get those Cockneys! *ahem*

Looks like a fun film :)

Nearing his Eighties, long successful career, still getting work.

I could live with that ;)

Looks crap, but in the "so crap it's good" range of crap. Will defo give it a watch.

The sound of Alan Ford aggressively shouting at people never, ever loses its entertainment value. I will go see this film purely for that.

shame it's clearly 18 rated, i haven't got id and it looks very much like a film my girlfriend will be terrified of. bugger.

Totally unrealistic - everybody knows there are no such things as Cockneys living in East London anymore.

Hmm... Then by your reasoning Shaun of the Dead is a UK rip off of Return of the Living Dead?

totally agree except I will wait for a TV showing!

Compared to the reality of the East End of London (where I worked for over 20 years before I retired) the stuff in this trailer is merely what they classify as "Contains Mild Peril". The Richard Briers Zimmer sequence did it for me - that alone is worth the price of a ticket! I had to play the trailer 3 times, then called my wife who is still chuckling. (As hard-up pensioners in today's Britain, we are used to putting strange unidentified things in our cooking pot and not asking too many questions!) This looks brilliant.

The title put me off, but that was a pretty sweet trailer. And it doesn't just have Richard Briers and Alan Ford, but Dudley Sutton is in this movie! I'm going to have to see it now.

i was an extra in the film (zombie surprisingly!) and know a few people who worked on this film, i think maybe also shaun of the dead. Trust me, they're very different films!

Your comment is a rip-off of his comment.

...and mine's a rip-off of my previous one...

Originally i was quite excited by this film, but having seen that trailer the whole thing seems rather un-funny! will wait for a TV showing.

homage not rip off!

This is going to be great fun. Really funny trailer, tonnes of gore and it contains the beautiful Michelle Ryan. Can't go wrong.

and mine is a homage of GRockCity's, a ripoff of Lynchenstein's and a tribute to my own.

Christopher T on a bike. This looks like total and utter lowest common denominator silt. I give it 3 months before it's rotting in bargain bins.

The film title is awful, I would NEVER watch this if I just saw it on a shelf. BUT, that trailer was great. Very funny, very violent, very OTT. I shall now hunt this one down.

This does look funny! Had me cracking up. I'm in it for the British humour and cockney attitude, not a big fan of the gore but can appreciate the work gone into it. I predict it will be a modest hit in the UK. Hopefully will do well elsewhere.

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