When the zombie genre was born anew in the early 2000s, thanks to 28 Days Later,...
Imagine this: you’re a formerly hot radio shock jock who is forced to ply his trade...
In the first scene of The Cabin in the Woods, the audience is shown something completely...
When approaching a film titled Zombieland, a certain expectation arises: a bevy of corpses meeting a...
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‘The Horde’ Is A Much-Needed Badass Zombie Romp
When the zombie genre was born anew in the early 2000s, thanks to 28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead (2004), and Zombieland, the only...
- April 11, 2014
‘Pontypool’ Changes The Zombie Game With A Unique Twist
Imagine this: you’re a formerly hot radio shock jock who is forced to ply his trade on a lowly circulated AM morning drive talk show in Pontypool, Ontario. Desperate...
- April 4, 2014
‘The Cabin In The Woods’ Is A Re-hash, And Not A Good One
In the first scene of The Cabin in the Woods, the audience is shown something completely unfamiliar to the elements of standard horror fare in a couple of loser...
- March 28, 2014
Zombvenger! Episode Two: Dog Days
Yeah, definitely running more now that I’m dead. Is it too late to wish for the crazy people wielding chainsaws? Because masked gunmen are worse. Much worse. This time...
- March 27, 2014
‘Zombieland’ Is The Least Interesting Undead Film Of All Time
When approaching a film titled Zombieland, a certain expectation arises: a bevy of corpses meeting a bloody demise, salient references to a world dominated by the undead, contemporary slick...
- March 21, 2014
‘The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue’ Succeeds With Subtlety
While the idea of zombies being caused by anything having to do with radiation may seem like a natural plot development, the idea is rarely done gracefully. Night of...
- March 7, 2014
‘Tombs Of The Blind Dead’ Thrives On Atmosphere
Warning! This post contains adult content! If it can be accepted that zombie films must be divided as before or after George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, Tombs of...
- March 7, 2014
‘Fido’ Skewers ’50s Conservativism With Ho-Hum Results
Could there be any more natural alliance than a post-apocalyptic zombie film married with the clean-cut silvery sheen of achingly conservative ‘50s pop culture? Though the concept alone carries...
- February 28, 2014
Zombvenger! Episode One: Enter the Zombvenger!
I think I run more now that I’m dead than when I was alive. Take right now- I’m running across the rooftops with Leather Face and gang at my...
- February 25, 2014
‘Survival Of The Dead’ Marks Romero’s B-Movie Dive
When George Romero was able to secure funding for the long awaited Land of the Dead, it seemed a forgone conclusion that the director who created the modern zombie...
- February 21, 2014
Derrick LaCombe talks ‘After Death’
Derrick LaCombe, a product of New Orleans, travelling Registered Nurse, and newly minted zombie author after the release of his first book After Death, was kind enough to let...
- February 17, 2014
A No-Brainer Approach to Gaming Popularity
How zombies as pop culture icons are helping the online casino industry Zombies are all around us. Not in the apocalyptic sense, of course, but zombies have been in...
- February 11, 2014
‘Diary Of The Dead’ Is The Weak Link Of A Zombie Empire
After a twenty-year gap between the underrated Day of the Dead and the equally underrated Land of the Dead, zombie godfather George Romero would return to relaunch the most...
- February 7, 2014