Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Director: Burr Steers Cast: Lily James, Sam Riley, Lena Headey

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Overview

Spunky martial artist Elizabeth Bennet (Lily James) and wealthy zombie killer Mr. Darcy (Sam Riley) fall in love despite their class differences while battling an undead uprising in 19th-century England. Burr Steers directed and adapted the screenplay from Seth Grahame-Smith's novel, which put a ghastly spin on Jane Austen's enduring classic. Lena Headey, Douglas Booth, Matt Smith, Jack Huston, Charles Dance, and Bella Heathcote co-star. ~ Jack Rodgers

Product Details

Release Date: 05/31/2016
UPC: 0043396470699
Original Release: 2016
Rating: PG-13
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 2,854

Special Features

Courtship, Class and Carnage: Meet the Cast - From the Bennets to their suitors, get to know the exciting cast that brings these iconic characters to life; From Austen to Zombies: Adapting a Classic - Hear how this twisted version of Jane Austen's classic came to the big screen

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lily James Elizabeth Bennet
Sam Riley Mr. Darcy
Lena Headey Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Jack Huston Mr. Wickham
Matt Smith Mr. Collins
Bella Heathcote Janet Bennet
Douglas Booth Mr. Bingley
Millie Brady Mary Bennett
Ellie Bamber Lydia Bennett
Suki Waterhouse Kitty Bennet
Charles Dance Mr. Bennett
Emma Greenwell Caroline Bingley
Eva Bell Louisa
Aisling Loftus Charlotte
Charlie Anson Mr. Hurst
Tom Lorcan Lt. Denny
Sally Phillips Mrs. Bennett
Robert Fyfe Butler Edwin
Nicholas Murchie Franklin
Kate Doherty Mrs. Kenicot
Pippa Haywood Mrs. Long
Bessie Cursons Lady Anne de Bourgh
Morfydd Clark Georgiana
Dolly Wells Mrs. Featherstone
Hermione Corfield Cassandra
Pooky Quesnel Mrs. Phillips
Janet Henfrey Dowager
Richard Braine Black Suited Man
Robert Morgan Mr. Phillips
Jonathan Oliver Priest
Angus Kennedy Mr. Kingston
Charlie Ames Eldest Zombie Boy
Michael Cole Sentry 2
Nathan Whitfield Sentry 1
Rob Callender Subordinate Officer
Euan MacNaughton Physician
Rebecca Scott Penny McGregor
Dominic Borrelli Mortician
Daniel Cohen Young Soldier

Technical Credits
Burr Steers Director,Screenwriter
Remi Adefarasin Cinematographer
Sue Baden-Powell Executive Producer
David Borgenicht Co-producer
Marc Butan Producer
Peter Clayton Animator
Will Coubrough Art Director
Robb Crafer Makeup
Julian Day Costumes/Costume Designer
David Doran Art Director
Kathryn Fa Makeup
James Farrington Animator
Kimberly Fox Executive Producer
Benn Garnish Animator
Sandra Guarda Animator
Des Hamilton Casting
Ted Hamm Producer
Edward H. Hamm Executive Producer
Phil Hunt Executive Producer
Laura Katz Musical Direction/Supervision
Richard Kelly Producer
Aleen Keshishian Executive Producer
Paul Lee Animator
Paul Lee Animator
Scarlett Mackmin Choreography
Ryan McKenna Editor
Padraic McKinley Editor
Sean McKittrick Producer
Stephen Meinen Co-producer
Nick Meyer Executive Producer
Natalie Portman Producer
Kevin O'Sullivan Animator
Brian Oliver Producer
John Papsidera Casting
Matthew Penry-Davey Asst. Director
Chris Reynolds Special Effects Supervisor
Compton Ross Executive Producer
Annette Savitch Producer
Nicolas Seck Animator
Lauren Selig Executive Producer
Allison Shearmur Producer
Tyler Thompson Producer
Fernando Velázquez Score Composer
David Warren Production Designer
Matt Woolley Asst. Director
Martyn Zub Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
1. Scene 1 [6:40]
2. Scene 2 [5:09]
3. Scene 3 [6:09]
4. Scene 4 [6:06]
5. Scene 5 [7:46]
6. Scene 6 [5:50]
7. Scene 7 [6:38]
8. Scene 8 [7:43]
9. Scene 9 [6:11]
10. Scene 10 [1:09]
11. Scene 11 [6:16]
12. Scene 12 [5:31]
13. Scene 13 [7:23]
14. Scene 14 [6:22]
15. Scene 15 [5:14]
16. Scene 16 [5:31]

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Janeite98 More than 1 year ago
This movie was incredible. It introduced me to Pride and Prejudice and I must say it stays very true to the original source material (Jane Austen). Out of all the portrayals of Lizzie, I like this one the most; her character is shown to be strong as in the book unlike other adaptations. After I read Pride and Prejudice this movie became even more precious to me and even after watching the 95 and 2005 adaptations this one is still my favorite. I've watched it 5 times.
I_Read_ALOT More than 1 year ago
I LOVED THIS MOVIE!! If you lack a sense of humor, this movie isn't for you. If you take the source material too seriously, this movie isn't for you. If you're game for a fun, tongue-in-cheek, fully self-aware Regency era/sword-fighting/zombie killing/romantic/camp romp of a film, this most definitely IS for you. Sam Riley, who plays Mr. Darcy, is perfect. No, he isn't Colin Firth nor is he Matthew MacFadyen. I believe that neither of those actors would have done this version on Mr. Darcy justice, but Sam certainly did. His voice is very unique-- but once I got used to it, I fell in love with its cadence. Also , Sam's a brilliant, subtle actor. Watching his face, body language, and eyes tells so much of the story of Mr. Darcy's conflicted and consuming feelings of admiration and love for Elizabeth, his sense of responsibility to the human beings in England, as well as his obligation to his family and rank. Sam's Mr. Darcy is cold and proper only superficially. Lily James' Elizabeth is utterly charming. Yes, she's pretty, but there's nothing delicate about her personality. She's a fully realized being, someone who would clearly challenge a conventional male. And, she's a warrior, through and through. She neither requires a man to protect her nor does she long for one to marry her; although, yes, if she does marry, she insists it will be for real love. The chemistry between the Elizabeth and Darcy feels real in this movie. Neither the story nor the director rushed or engineered the connection to engender false feeling. The two characters prod each other, notice each other, challenge each other, rescue each other and eventually appear to truly care deeply for each other. This is a credit to Sam Riley and Lily James. Other very bright spot? Matt Smith as Parson Collins. To say his portrayal is hilarious is an understatement. Every single scene with Matt is comedy gold; Lena Heady as Lady Catherine de Bourgh is a cherry on top of an already satisfying confection; also, most of the dialogue is lifted word for word from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and the incongruity of the characters saying the lines while fighting and slaying zombies is a side-splitting treat. The only sore spot for me was the lackluster relationship between Jane and Mr. Bingley, but that's a flaw I can forgive. So, do give this movie a chance (but be aware of what you're in for).
thelonereader More than 1 year ago
The book was terrible, and though the movie is the teeniest bit better, it's still terrible. As a huge Austen fan, one might expect me to be extremely excited about an adaptation with zombies...but no. The only zombie that matters right now is the undead corpse of Jane Austen writhing in her grave. Nevertheless, even when reflecting on the film apart from its rather dull, predictable, suck-y plot, there are an abundance of other reasons to stay away from the movie. I watched Pride & Prejudice & Zombies as a post-spring break/I don't want to go back to university movie, and while I didn't expect to love or even like the movie, I had hoped that it would at least prove amusing. There were a few scenes - roughly two of them - that had me grinning, but other than that, the movie just about put me to sleep. It's not even that zombies cannot be used to make an Austen novel different and possibly more interesting, but the entire franchise does it in such a mocking, satirical way that fails to keep the viewer entertained. To be fair though, I have made a list or pros and cons to display exactly how boring and unoriginal this movie is. Cons • This is probably the one Darcy in the world that I do not like. Unlike the actual Mr. Darcy, he annoyed me throughout the entirety of the movie, and I don't know if this is just me, but I thought his voice was also really irritating. Of course, I might be biased, so there's that. • I didn't even remember the plot of the book - I read it several years ago - and yet I was still able to correctly predict everything that happened in the film. • I don't believe the main character portrayed in this film is an accurate portrait of Elizabeth Bennet. And Jane Bennet being capable of running people through with knives? Please. Let's be honest though, this entire movie felt off. • There was no creativity to the plot at all - it is literally just Pride & Prejudice with zombies, and nothing more. Also, several times the zombie scenes felt like they were placed into the film for no real reason, and did not aid in the development of the plot at all. Pros • Matt Smith plays Mr. Collins! I knew he was in the movie but had no idea he played Mr. Collins specifically, and seeing his portrayal was a delight. He's probably the only actor in the movie who played his character well, and watching him was just so much fun. • There's a scene in the movie where Lizzie just starts throwing things at Darcy for breaking up Jane and Bingley and then they start fighting and really go for it and it's hilarious! Favorite scene ever. • Bingley didn't "politely vomit into his hands" like he does in the book, and it was such a relief. I am forever thankful. Every time I think back on the film it just makes me shakes my head, because yes, it was that bad. It could have been bad and still funny, but it was such a bore both during and after the actual "viewing" of the movie. I would assume, however, that this film might be more enjoyable if you are not familiar with Austen's works, since that way you'll get more out of the film than random zombies. So yes, Pride & Prejudice & Zombies was better than its book counterpart, but not by much, and I would not suggest watching this film out of any sentiment other than curiosity. Or a love of Matt Smith.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
I’m going to let you in on a secret, I’ve never read or watched Pride and Prejudice. Gasp! I know, I know, what kind of a person who loves to read romances, hasn’t read Pride and Prejudice. This girl! And I feel no shame. Even though I’ve never read the book, I still know the gist of the story from people who have read it, and love it, and have told me all about it. As far as I can tell, the movie followed the main story pretty well. This movie version just included zombies and people battling zombies. But for me, there wasn’t enough zombies. All the main fights were shown in the previews. So for me I could have just watched the previews, and put together what I knew of the story, and I would have been in the same boat as when I finished actually watching the entire movie. Needless to say, I was disappointed. The scenes and costumes were gorgeous, The actors did a good job. Although this is just me, but Mr. Darcy’s voice really annoyed me. This is not a movie I will say you Have to see, especially to fellow horror movie lovers. And I think the people who love Pride and Prejudice, probably don’t love zombies, so I can’t recommend it to those people either.