The Dead Don't Die

Coming to Cinemas  2019

The greatest zombie cast ever disassembled.

Arthouse fave Jim Jarmusch (Paterson) directs Bill Murray and Adam Driver as small-town cops fighting off the undead in this zombie comedy. Co-stars Tilda Swinton, Danny Glover and Iggy Pop.


Directed by

  • Jim Jarmusch('Paterson', 'Only Lovers Left Alive', 'Broken Flowers', 'Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai')

Written by

Comedy, Horror


Rating: TBC


Hollywood Reporter


The dead don't die, and neither does the zombie genre, with Jim Jarmusch's slim but fun hipster take on the format's familiar tropes.

Little White Lies


We come to Jarmusch for his unmistakable dry wit and rejection of convention, yet The Dead Don't Die feels oddly conservative in places - though Driver and Swinton alone are enough to keep the hunger at bay.

Screen International


"A wry, bitter sense of resignation permeates "The Dead Don't Die," an off-kilter zombie film by Jim Jarmusch which sees very little in the world that is worth saving."

The Guardian


It's always viewable in its elegant deliberation and controlled tempo of weird normality - and beautifully photographed in an eerie dusk by Frederick Elmes.

Vanity Fair


Caleb Landry Jones, as the resident awkward-nerd fanboy, also gets some stuff to play-but otherwise, this richly assembled cast goes to waste.

Variety (USA)


"The Dead Don't Die" fancies itself a cutting-edge macabre comedy, but the truth is that it's behind the curve of pop culture. That's why it's a disappointing trifle.



Though The Dead Don't Die feels like a gently resigned take on the apocalypse, what lurks below is a pessimism and maybe even nihilism that feels very much of a piece with our time.