Bill Connolly

FILM & TV

Open Season (2006)

Open Season (2006)

A grizzly bear named Boog, domesticated by a park ranger, Beth, helps deer friend Elliot escape from the mullet-sporting hunter, Shaw. When the Elliot decides to return the favor to help Boog escape from Beth he finds that Boog is very happy with his domesticated home.

After a misunderstanding, Beth is convinced that Boog is reverting to his wild nature and releases him in the woods just as hunting season begins. Boog has no idea how to survive outside of his garage home with his beloved Beth.

Elliott and Boog develop a strong bond not only between themselves but also with the wild animals and attempt to drive the hunters out of the forest.

Fido (2006)

Fido (2006)

Welcome to Willard, a small town lost in the idyllic world of the 50s, where the sun shines every day, everybody knows their neighbour, and rotting zombies deliver the mail. Years ago, the earth passed through a cloud of space dust, causing the dead to rise with a craving for human flesh.

A war began, pitting the living against the dead. In the ensuing revolution, a corporation was born: ZonnCon, who defeated the legions of undead, and domesticated the zombies, making them our industrial workers, our domestic servants—a productive part of society. ZomCon would like the people of Willard to believe they have everything under control—but do they?

Timmy Robinson doesn’t think so. At eleven, Timmy already knows the world is phony baloney—Mom and Dad just won’t admit it. Now ZonnCon’s head of security has moved in across the street, and Timmy’s Mom refuses to be the only housewife on the block who doesn’t have a zombie of her own. When she brings a zombie servant home, Timmy discovers a new best friend, and names him Fido.

And even though Dad has a bad case of zombie-phobia, Timmy is determined to keep Fido, even if he does eat the odd person. Sometimes, it takes a dead man to teach us all what it means to be alive.

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