Yes, an Austen-themed video game. “In the virtual world of Jane Austen, it is not about kill or be killed, but invite and be invited with gossip our weapon of choice.”
Ordering online or downloading through your e-reader may be convenient, but nothing compares to the magic of a real bookstore.
Describing this as “minimalist” would be a bit of an overstatement.
Spoiler alert! Seriously.
And why doesn’t it bother anyone in the movie? Spoilers.
Feel free to fan yourself with your powdered wig.
Can I borrow 100K? I totally need the copy of the The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in my life.
It’ll be in circulation from 2017.
Want a Foucault action figure? Sure.
Pride and Prejudice was first published on January 28th, 1813. And people are still fanatical for the book.
How do you condense your world view into a single sentence? With aplomb if you’re any of these world-renowned authors.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a literate nerd in possession of a recent paycheck, must be in want of a fandom.
By most accounts, she’s a social climber who uses her relationships to elevate her status. Just like her purported new romance with Kanye West.
Artist Jessica Harrison made a macabre series of porcelain dolls that will make a great Christmas present for your nightmares. If “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” had action figures, they’d probably look like this. View List ›
“Ladies…Welcome to Fight Club.” [Ed. note: It is a truth universally acknowledged that you do not talk about Jane Austen fight club.] Watch Video ›
The joke’s on you, narrow minded cur! Watch Video ›
Mr. Darcy woos Elizabeth with his wrist blades. View Image ›
It looks like the book Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was just the beginning of a totally awesome trend of combining Jane Austen and science fiction. Rumor has it a P&P&Z movie deal is in the works. And Sam Mendes is working on a movie about a modern girl who travels back to Austeny times. AND apparently Elton John’s production company will start shooting “Pride and Predator” later this year, “literally dropping this alien into the middle of a costume drama.” This is definitely an idea whose time has come. Read More ›
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains.” —opening line of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES. [Editor’s Note: Not quite as good as Sense and Sensibility and the Robot Apocalypse, but definitely worth an idle browse.]