Zombie Genocide on Wikipedia

Wikipedia is one of the coolest resources in the web for information. It’s a constantly growing encyclopedia written by the general public. A short article on Zombie Genocide has suddenly appeared, also featuring the cover art from the film. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: despite being our oldest and tackiest film, Zombie Genocide continues to be our most appreciated. This is evidenced by the fact that you won’t find a Wikipedia article on any of our others films.

I sometimes find it interesting to type “Zombie Genocide” into Google and see what comes up. Here’s a list of some of the more interesting findings from a recent search:

4 thoughts on “Zombie Genocide on Wikipedia

  1. PRAEst76

    Now you know how Sam Raimi feels. thirty years years making acclaimed blockbuster movies and it’s Evil Dead he’s always remembered for. A no-budget piece of trash he made with his schoolfriends. Despite award nominations for the many movies he’s made since he’s almost always cited as “Evil Dead director, Sam Raimi”

    I love Evil Dead and Zombie Genocide though. There is just something attractive about trashy horror. I doubt you’ll see remastered limited edition reissues of Constantine or I Still know What You Did Last Summer in thirty years time.

  2. Darryl Sloan

    Thanks for the kind words, Peter. You know, I’ve always been tempted to invest some money in Zombie Genocide, to get it classified by the BBFC and get about 1000 professional DVDs mastered. Judging by the film’s performance on eBay, I think we could sell them. It would be nice if there was an official version on the market, instead of these bootlegs we toss everywhere.

  3. Darryl Sloan

    Aye, I think we had a short review of the film on that site at one point. Cheers, Jay. And good luck with your zombie novel.

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