Nice to know there are actually working female producers in a genre whose pool of producers tends to be packed full of sausage, but Texas Chainsaw didn't impress me at all. But after the god-awful '08 remake this has nowhere to go but up.
Saying this the original Day of The Dead is my 2nd favourite film of all time and I think some unique circumstances contributed to its greatness, like how Romero was somewhat forced to re-write his script and minimize the scope of his vision, therefore setting the film mostly in the claustrophobic mine. I think this really let him focus on what he does best in zombie cinema in the characterisation of a inherent aspect of human nature – the conflict between individuals of a human race facing extinction.
They need to make more zombie horror movies. I like zombie comedies, and I don't hate these post apocalyptic zombie action movies but we need some legitimate horror movies with the living dead. If the director attempts to capture the clautrophobic and secluded feeling of the original, and it actually has a budget and isn't just a cheap knock off, their could be a chance that this is good. I'm hoping for a return to slow zombies.
My oldest niece's name is McKenna. We call her Mick. So it's basically an homage to my darling (well, not so darling now) niece. Plus since the female character's kind of a bad ass, I wanted to give her a tough sounding name.