“Virus-32” – Movie Review

How can a person go from someone you love and care about to a vicious, ravenous beast ready to devour you in a mere 32 seconds?  Shudder’s latest original “infected” movie deals with just that, in a manner that horror fans will find similar to 28 Days Later.  While not as groundbreaking or iconic as that classic, Virus-32 has a lot to offer in its … Continue reading “Virus-32” – Movie Review

Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

Shudder’s 61 Days of Halloween has been an absolute treat, which has included another season of Creepshow.  Alas, Season 3 has come to its end.  But it’s an amazing finale that will hopefully lead to another season in 2022! Warning: Spoilers Ahead Drug Traffic Directed by Greg Nicotero, Screenplay by Christopher Larsen, Story by Mattie Do & Christopher Larsen Opening with what could easily be … Continue reading Creepshow: “Drug Traffic/A Dead Girl Named Sue” Review

The Last Drive In: Walking Dead Special Coming to Shudder Oct. 29

Things just keep getting better over at Shudder! The 61 Days of Halloween celebration is sneaking in one final treat in the form of one more Last Drive In special with the legendary Joe Bob Briggs and Darcy! Despite all being owned by the same parent company, this will be the first time that The Last Drive In has featured The Walking Dead, or a … Continue reading The Last Drive In: Walking Dead Special Coming to Shudder Oct. 29

Ranking Every Zack Snyder Movie (including Army of the Dead)

There are few directors that receive such simultaneous praise and derision from fans and critics alike.  Whether you think he’s a genius or overrated, there’s no denying that his films and style are quiet unique. So with two huge films of his being released just within the last 2 months, we thought it would fitting to look at the whole career of Zack Snyder and … Continue reading Ranking Every Zack Snyder Movie (including Army of the Dead)

“Army of the Dead” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

2021 has been quite the year for Zack Snyder.  After a very vocal fan campaign resulted in his long awaited “Snyder Cut” of Justice League finally being released, another project of his debuts this very month on Netflix. Snyder came onto the cinematic scene strong with his remake of Dawn of the Dead back in 2004 (which was also his directorial debut).  According to the … Continue reading “Army of the Dead” – Movie Review (Spoiler Free)

Anna and the Apocalypse: The Bizarrely Awesome Christmas Gem

Second only to Halloween, Christmas a holiday that fits perfectly with horror (more on that here).  Between Black Christmas, Gremlins, Silent Night, Deadly Night, and many others, there’s no shortage of yuletide terror to keep horror fans satisfied during the Christmas season. However none are quite as unique as 2017’s Anna and the Apocalypse.  What started as a sleeper indie hit in the UK, has … Continue reading Anna and the Apocalypse: The Bizarrely Awesome Christmas Gem

30 Fun Facts About “Night of the Living Dead” (1990)

Horror fans seem to have love/hate relationship with remakes.  They’re often seen as unnecessary cash grabs, and it’s always heartbreaking to see them done without the involvement (or even at the protest of) the original creators, such as 2019’s Child’s Play. However, one such remake that remains a special case is 1990’s Night of the Living Dead.  Largely made because George A. Romero didn’t make … Continue reading 30 Fun Facts About “Night of the Living Dead” (1990)

“Train to Busan” vs. “Seoul Station” vs. “Peninsula”

In a decade dominated by countless zombie movies of varying quality, Train to Busan stood out as one of the best. Gaining international acclaim, it redefined the genre and gave it an emotional core not seen since the early days of Romero’s Living Dead series. Within the next few years, it was given both the sequel and prequel treatment, creating a trilogy of vastly different … Continue reading “Train to Busan” vs. “Seoul Station” vs. “Peninsula”

“Peninsula” – Movie Review

Following up Train to Busan is no easy task. The 2016 Korean zombie film made international waves and is considered by many to be a modern classic. Even its animated prequel Seoul Station was criticized because it couldn’t quite live up to the first movie. Peninsula falls into a similar tragic pitfall. When holding it up against Train to Busan, it will inevitably come up … Continue reading “Peninsula” – Movie Review

“Night of The Living Deb”: The Perfect Unconventional 4th of July Horror Movie

When it comes to 4th of July themed horror films, most people go straight to Jaws, Return of the Living Dead, I Know What You Did Last Summer, or Uncle Sam (as well as Independence Day, but that’s really more sci-fi/action). There certainly aren’t as many movies for this holiday as there are Halloween or Christmas, which means that when a new one gets released, … Continue reading “Night of The Living Deb”: The Perfect Unconventional 4th of July Horror Movie