We are excited to announce that Zombie Popcorn is an official co-presenter of several films at CAAMFest! CAAMfest, hosted by Center for Asian American Media, is an 11 day celebration of film, music, and food runs March 9-19th in San Francisco and Oakland. One of the films we are co-presenting...
Zombie Popcorn’s The Talking Dead takes on 2016 with a new episode! This week we find ourselves sitting in the corner of the Mikkeller Bar, as Bob and Jason are back and pumping the drunken rage into the world and talking...
The Forest opens this Friday, January 8, 2016. The film is set the legendary Aokigahara Forest of Japan, which is also known as the Suicide Forest, due to the high number of, well, suicides – it is the most ‘popular’ destination in Japan for suicide. Anyway,...
Zombie Popcorn is happy to announce that we are once again a Community Partner for CAAMFest San Jose 2015. Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is returning to San Jose for their thirteenth of CAAMFest to present films and events reflecting the impact of Asian...
Where is this strange land of voodoo? This land where a young girl was sacrificed? This land of zombies – the living dead? We are going to this fantastic island, … who journeyed there and witnessed the actual voodoo ceremony of the Goat Without Horns! – from the film Voodoo Devil Drums (1944).
‘The Dark Side of Chocolate’ is a documentary about the continued allegations of trafficking of children and child labor in the international chocolate industry.
While we enjoy the sweet taste of chocolate, the reality is strikingly different for African children.
Funky Forest: The First Contact, also known as Naisu no mori: The First Contact or Funky Forest: The First Encounter is a 2005 Japanese movie written and directed by Katsuhito Ishii, Hajimine Ishimine and Shunichiro Miki. The movie is composed of several story lines, some of which coincide, most of which are comical
Writer/Director: Christopher Denham
Producers: William M. Miller, Andrew van den Houten
Executive Producer: Sam Hamadeh
Composer: Ryan Shore
Cinematography: William M. Miller
Plot Summary: Documents one family’s descent into darkness, using a compilation of found home-made footage. In the remote woods of upstate New York, the Poe Family lives a Norman Rockwell life. Perfect house. Perfect marriage. If only the children stopped stapling frogs to trees. Something is very wrong with ten-year old twins, Jack and Emily Poe. And, to stop them, their parents must enter the nightmare of their minds. The only question is: who will survive the night?
Starring: Adrian Pasdar, Cady McClain, Amber Joy Williams, Austin Williams