is the latest film from director Joe Dante; it’s a horror/comedy that sets up a big metaphor for being unable to escape the problems of old relationships.
See, Max (Anton Yelchin), is having a difficult time with his girlfriend Evelyn (Ashely Greene) — much more so after she is killed and returns as a zombie.
See, he just wants to move on, but with the living dead lass around, his old relationship is literally threatening to kill him.
Check out the BURYING THE EX follows Max (Anton Yelchin), an all-around nice guy, and his overbearing but incredibly beautiful girlfriend, Evelyn (Ashely Greene).
Their relationship takes a nosedive after they decide to move in together and Evelyn turns out to be a controlling, manipulative nightmare.
, Kirk leads the crew of the USS Enterprise in a toast."To absent friends," Kirk says, as everyone raises a glass.And then the camera shifts, ever so slightly, to refocus on the man standing behind him: Pavel Chekov, the crew member played by Anton Yelchin, who died at age 27 in a freak automobile accident last month.so soon after Yelchin's sudden death cast his performance—and the film itself—in a different light.It's a resonance that the film's creative team never intended, but it's still there.When the film began, every time Chekov appeared on screen, I felt a little jolt of grief.