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Red Band Cockneys Vs. Zombies Trailer
Now what rhymes with zombie?

06 August 2012  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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After a pretty impressive poster comes Cockneys Vs. Zombies' first redband trailer, full of all the guns, puns, gags and gore that you'd expect from a movie called Cockneys Vs. Zombies.

With their collective tongues planted firmly in their collective cheeks, the members of the Cockney crew get the chance to swear and shoot their way through the undead in the teaser that the Tea Shop & Film Company production deserves.

Some names you may recognise that get their chance to shine include Eastenders' Michelle Ryan, Snatch's Alan Ford and The Good Life's Richard Briers, who gets one of the best gags in the trailer.

Echoes of Shaun Of The Dead abound, and certain special effects might be a little on the shonky side, but there's no doubt this tale of Cockney bank robbers taking on the undead hordes is several imperial tonnes of fun.

Cockneys Vs. Zombies will be available to watch at your local multiplex come August 31.


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I'm sorry but I'm really sick to the back of my root filling of London esque gangster films never mind a Zombie spin off! I mean you would think there are only gangsters in London...! the north is full of them christ sake.... boring! Shaun of the dead was a good Zombie spin and Zombie Land was even better! and if they are trying to do a Zombie version of Attack the block then I wouldn't bother because Attack the block was really shite and not worth the Empire stars it got!!!!! If anyone wants t More

Posted by GZ at 13:41 on 07 August 2012 | Report This Post

I've fancied Michelle Ryan for a long time. She's still gorgeous. Great cast, some real old pros in there. The script doesn't seem as funny as it could be. More

Posted by BenTramer at 01:29 on 07 August 2012 | Report This Post

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looks great if only for Richard Briers More

Posted by Frank Castle at 18:01 on 06 August 2012 | Report This Post

This look really cheap More

Posted by norgizfox at 17:27 on 06 August 2012 | Report This Post

Sounds awesome, but I think you may have the wrong twin... Luke Treadaway was in Attack The Block. Harry Treadaway was in Fish Tank More

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