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In Search of... Zombies (2011)

In Search of... Zombies is the third in a series of videos based on the '70s TV show hosted by Leonard Nimoy investigating supernatural and paranormal phenomena. The show was revived in ... See full summary »

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David Tompkins ...
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Matthew Day Jackson ...
Zombie
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Himself
Timothy Bright ...
Boom Operator
Adam Helms ...
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Joseph Hung ...
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In Search of... Zombies is the third in a series of videos based on the '70s TV show hosted by Leonard Nimoy investigating supernatural and paranormal phenomena. The show was revived in 2010 by the artist Matthew Day Jackson. In Search of... Zombies was filmed in New York and across the American West, from Las Vegas to the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site in South Dakota, in the summer of 2011. The episode focuses on the ubiquitous contemporary figure of the zombie. Zombies are everywhere, or so it seems, and the program tries to figure out why, as well as propose alternate or expanded ways in which we might think about them. The classic zombies are all considered, but so are some less traditional models. Archival footage from a wide array of sources is mixed with contemporary travelogue as the narrator wends his way across the American West. The episode features interviews with ethnobotanist Wade Davis, author of The Serpent and the Rainbow, and artist Adam Helms. Written by David Tompkins

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13 April 2012 (USA)  »

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$60,000 (estimated)
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The car featured in the film is a 1969 Ford Mustang GT500 Replica. The car itself is treated as a character in the film, and thus received the first "In Order of Appearance" cast credit as "The Car." See more »

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