In the latest promotional video for Lollipop Chainsaw, Suda 51 and James Gunn discuss aspects of the writing and inspiration for the comedic zombie game.
Most of the videos promoting Lollipop have been over-the-top exercises and there's nothing wrong with that. The video above has its moments, too, but is also impressively genuine. Sure, they're being genuine about wanting to produce something which had no regard for boundaries, but the low-key nature of the pair in contrast to the bombastic game struck a chord with me.
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