Movie News: We May Love ZOMBIES But JESUS HATES 'Em!

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Movie News

SKYLINE actor Eric Balfour has just revealed that he is to make his directorial debut with comic book adaptation JESUS HATES ZOMBIES.

Yeah, you read that right (and no, I’ve never heard of it either!)

Stephen Lindsay’s comic book series tells the tale of The Big J returning to a zombie ravaged Earth to do battle with the undead. He is aided by Laz, his friendly Zombie sidekick.

Shouldn’t imagine this project causing any controversy at all, no sir!

JHZ begins shooting later this year for a 2012 release. On DVD. Not being mean, but it's HIGHLY unlikely a distributor will have the stones to release this in cinemas!

Any of you guys familiar with the comic-book? Worth getting excited about the movie version? Let us know with your comments below!

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+2 #6 Mr Cheese 2011-05-19 11:33
It's no "Jesus Christ - Vampire Hunter", best tagline ever "the power of Christ impales you!". Classic...
+2 #5 Andrew David Potts 2011-05-19 02:35
I want to watch this.
+2 #4 jim 2011-05-18 21:55
Hmmm, sounds like reaction farming for the sake of it.
All buzzwords no substance.
+2 #3 sophiea iqbal 2011-05-18 00:46
Who said Jesus cant be a super hero! If anything she should be the best one yet. What with that 6 sense, and ability to come back to life.

If done correctly, I think i will have a bash.
+2 #2 Christia Cosgriff 2011-05-17 23:49
I think this is good PR for the Christian community. Lets see if they can reboot the Christian faith as successfully as J.J. Abram's rebooted Star Trek.
+2 #1 Rachel Collins Barrett 2011-05-17 21:25
don't see why christians would be offended by this, they've clearly made him the hero! though it would probably make more sense if he was one of the zombies, what with the whole 'risen from the dead' thing.

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