Have you seen the film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies?
No film adaptation would be complete without an epic playlist. So get ready to see your classic characters paired with music to fit their new zombie tastes. Scroll to the bottom for the full playlist.
Posted by Diana R. Wallach
And you thought all this Pride and Prejudice and Zombies lady-fighter talk was just a fiction. Hatpins were originally designed to be used in pairs to fasten a women's hat to her hair. But in the hands of a damsel in distress, a hatpin might just be the deadliest fashion accessory in history.
At one end, hatpins had an ornamental head to make it look nice and disguise it. At the other end, there was a sharp point to actually do the fastening. As hats grew bigger during the Edwardian era (1901–1910), so did hatpins. Some got to be over 10 inches long.
Posted by E.H. Kern
Sometimes we get nostalgic for high school; we miss the pep rallies, learning new things every day, and the chance to cover our lockers with posters of our favorite books (or was that just us?). While we can't exactly decorate a hallway for spirit week, we can still relive the magic of senior superlatives with our favorite characters from Pride and Prejudice.
Posted by Sarah Fox
It’s hard to say what it is about Lily James that makes her seem timeless. Is it her classic look, or spirited acting that reminds us of a storybook heroine? Whatever it is, she’s played more characters in period costume than modern fashion, and we’re not complaining. Let’s take brief tour through time with Lily.
Posted by Eve Legato
We get it. After a long day of dancing at balls and destroying zombies, all you want to do is go home and curl up with a good book. Don’t worry; we have you covered.
Posted by Sarah Fox
(Left photo taken by @ashley_reads on Instagram)
We have less than a month until Regency era zombies invade your local theaters! Mark your calendars for February 5th (preferably with zombie innards)! In the meantime, we want to get celebrations underway by giving away enormous grab bags of movie-inspired merchandise, including Funko Pop Vinyl Dolls, T-Shirts from Hot Topic, and more!
Posted by Julie Leung