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Zombie horror comedy Eat Brains Love gets a new trailer

A trailer has been released for the upcoming comedy horror Eat Brains Love. Directed by Rodman Flender (Idle Hands), the film is based on Jeff Hart’s novel of the same name and stars Jake Cannavale and Angelique Rivera as teenagers Jake and Amanda, who after becoming afflicted with a zombie virus, work their way through […]

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Screamfest L.A. 2019 – Exclusive Opening Night Photos & Interviews with Eat, Brains, Love Director Rodman Flender & More

With the 19th Annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival having kicked off last night at Tcl Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA with the Us premiere of director Rodman Flender’s romantic horror-comedy feature film Eat, Brains, Love, we were there on the carpet to capture the launch. Read on for our photo gallery and interviews. In attendance for Screamfest’s […]

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Eat, Brains, Love Review – FrightFest 2019

Want to re-invent a sub-genre? TV seems to be where it’s at right now, especially as far as the zombie world is concerned. The Walking Dead might’ve played things safe in its early seasons but the latest are anything but, and the same can be said for iZombie, Santa Clarita Diet, and hell, even the loveably trashy Z Nation. And while Eat, Brains, Love isn’t technically TV on the surface – financed, shot and screened by director Rodman Flender as a fully-fledged feature – it feels in look, tone and overall scope like the beginning of something much larger, for better or worse.

Flender’s name might be familiar to some as the one behind late-90s cult teen fave Idle Hands – a seriously loveable growing-pains horror-comedy that far too often falls by the wayside when discussing the best high-school movies of the 90s. Eat, Brains, Love isn’t
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Andrew Stearn Launches Production Company With Overall Deal At ABC Studios

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Former Working Title Television U.S. and John Wells Productions president Andrew Stearn is launching his own production company, Andrew Stearn Productions. It will be based at ABC Studios, a division of Disney Television Studios, with an overall deal.

Stearn is coming off a three-year stint as president of Working Title Television U.S., where he served as executive producer on the Netflix series Gypsy, starring Naomi Watts, and the upcoming Tales Of the City; as well as the HBO docuseries The Case Against Adnan Syed. During his tenure at the company, a joint venture between NBCUniversal International and UK-based Working Title FilmsTim Bevan and Eric Fellner, Stearn also set up projects at NBC, ABC, CBS, Amazon, Hulu, E!, Showtime and Fox.

Before joining Working Title, Stearn worked with John Wells for 15 years, including a lengthy stint as president of Warner Bros TV-based John Wells Prods. During his time at the company,
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Jake Cannavale, Angelique Rivera To Star In ‘Eat, Brains, Love’

Jake Cannavale, Angelique Rivera To Star In ‘Eat, Brains, Love’
Jake Cannavale (Nurse Jackie), Angelique Rivera (American Crime), and Sarah Yarkin (American Horror Story) have been tapped to star in the indie comedy, Eat, Brains, Love, the Rodman Flender-directed film adaptation of Jeff Hart's zombie road trip novel. In addition, Jim Titus, Patrick Fabian, Ty Headlee, Kristin Daniel, and Kym Jackson round out the cast. The pic follows zombie virus-infected high school seniors Jake and Amanda as they run from Cass, a psychic sent by…
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