‘Pontypool Changes’ Art Promises “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet!”

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You’ve HEARD it all before, but you ain’t seen nothing yet!

Hanging outside a theater during the ongoing Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal is the official sales art for Pontypool Changes, courtesy of Twitch.

Bruce McDonald returns to direct the sequel to the Pontypool adaptation. Penned by Tony Burgess, “Pontypool, named after the small town in which it’s set, features veteran character actor Stephen McHattie, (Watchmen, 300, A History of Violence), as a cantankerous radio DJ trapped within the station’s walls as a deadly virus consumes the town, turning its citizens into cannibalistic zombie-like creatures.

Source: Twitch
  • theodds22

    I don’t like the poster but i’m looking forward on what new stuff they’ll be bringing.

  • Lauren Taylor

    Looks sweet. I like the first one!

  • djblack1313

    the first movie was decent. i really liked the cast (that PA assistant girl…Kelly i think her name was was cool) and some things about only hearing what was going on. i’m not sure how a sequel will do/work but i’m game! i hope this is good!

  • K-Dogg

    Hey dj, I heard the script is that in the sequel, we get the same time period as the first, however, we are put on the streets as things turn to shit. This could be quite cool if that’s the case…..

  • undertaker78

    Pontypool is one of those rare gems. I’m super excited for a sequel, mainly because I never expected one to be made.

    Who can forget: Mrs. French’s cat is missing. The signs are posted all over town. “Have you seen Honey?”

  • djblack1313

    K-Dogg, awesome! ok, NOW i’m pretty jazzed about this movie! i’d love to have seen what was going on out there in the movie’s events but a part of the 1st movie’s charm was only hearing it! i’m ready to SEE what was up. thanx for the info, K-Dogg!

  • flesheater24

    that poster is pretty rad. I didn’t like the first one but I am willing to give it another chance again :)

  • alienshe

    It’ll probably lack the simplicity of the first film. Still, can’t wait.