Trailer of the Week! THE DEAD DON’T DIE – In Theaters June 14

The trailer for The Dead Don’t Die dropped yesterday and it looks even better than we could have imagined!

Jim Jarmusch’s Zombie Horror Comedy has a star-studded cast including, Adam Driver, Bill Murray and Chloe Sevigny as small-town cops who suddenly have their policework cut out for them when the town’s dead folk start coming back to life. They must destroy the zombies and save their otherwise peaceful town with help from a Scottish mortician, played by Tilda Swinton, and her Samurai sword.

Also starring are Sara Driver, Jarmusch’s partner and collaborator, and several musicians who have worked with the director in the past including; the Wu Tang’s RZA who scored and appeared in Jarmusch’s 1999 film, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, a zombie Iggy Pop who had a small role in Jarmusch’s 1995 film Dead Man and Tom Waits as Hermit Bob, who starred in Down By Law (1986).

Danny Glover, Carol Kane, Austin Butler, Selena Gomez, Rosie Perez and Steve Buscemi are all on the cast list and Twin Peaks fans can look forward to seeing their favourite High School Graduate, Caleb Landry Jones in action again.

This looks to be the coolest movie of the year, and we can’t wait for this feel-good hit of the Summer!  We will bring you our thoughts on the movie when it’s released on June 14th.


Written by Laura Stewart

Laura is the Assistant Editor-In-Chief, a Writer and Assistant to the Webmaster at 25YL. She has been part of the team since May 2017 when she began writing about her favourite TV show of all time: Twin Peaks. She currently oversees the Film, Music and Gaming Departments. 25YL is her passion project and is constantly delighted at how big and beautiful it has grown.

Laura lives by the sea in Gower, Wales, with her husband and very special little boy.

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