Miss Zombie Invades This Year’s Fantastic Fest

Chris Savage

Seriously. How the heck did I miss this one!? I have just seen the trailer and read the synopsis for Sabu’s Miss Zombie, and this is already up there with a few films that I must see this year. In short, Miss Zombie, looks set to be awesome. An original idea, sharp acting and it’s beautifully shot too. Damn, I love Japanese cinema.

If you have been keeping your eyes on this one, or are no simply intrigued, you will be pleased to know that Miss Zombie is invading this year’s Fantastic Fest, and we have a few photos and a trailer to showcase below.

Synopsis:  A doctor and his family receive an unexpected delivery from an old friend at their remote country home – a large wooden crate containing a gun, a female zombie and an instruction sheet telling them not to feed her meat. The family is concerned, of course, but she seems harmless enough. Perhaps she can help clean up outside? Welcome to the unusual world of MISS ZOMBIE, a world in which the zombie virus is clearly a well-known phenomenon and in which more docile sufferers are bought and sold to hobbyists or those looking for cheap labour. It’s a practice not without controversy – the neighbours aren’t thrilled about the newly arrived undead – but she’s quiet, requires little supervision and is an immediate hit with the family’s young son.

So what do you guys think?

Miss Zombie Photo 1

Miss Zombie Photo 2

Miss Zombie Photo


Miss Zombie Poster


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      1. Rafizan September 19, 2013 at 9:00 am

        “…..Damn, I love Japanese cinema….”

        Chris Savage’s right. I start digging Japanese movies too. Maybe Korean, Thai and other Asians. Recently I saw POV (Japan) and DON’T CLICK (Korea). I think last year me and my bro caught SECTOR 7. He said PAWNSHOP was a mess. I missed SADAKO 3D. But I did see RINGU and JU-ON. Saw a little bit of 3 EXTREMES. Went through the whole madness in GROTESQUE. Oh and VAMPIRE GIRL VS. FRANKENSTEIN GIRL was a lot of fun. I’m still looking forward to AUDITION, TOKYO GORE POLICE, MUTANT GIRL SQUAD, HELLDRIVER, MEATBALL MACHINE, MACHINE GIRL blah blah blah…. I mean it’s good to watch everything, English and non-English films. Spanish horror has grown in me. I better get my hands on French, Greek, other European films too. Thanks Chris. Now I know MISS ZOMBIE. Do bring more Asian horror to light in the future.

        • Chris Savage September 19, 2013 at 5:44 pm

          You have seen some awesome films my friend. Foreign horror is so vast and diverse, and I urge you to dig deeper into what the French have on offer. Some examples are MARTYRS, INSIDE, BAISE MOI, and FRONTIER(S) to name but a few. Also, if you haven’t seen already, go hunt down I SAW THE DEVIL and BEDEVILLED, absolutely loved these Korean delights. Thanks again for commenting, and we will try our best to deliver more Asian horror.