20 Years Later: How “28 Days Later” Changed the Zombie Genre

We have George A. Romero to thank for creating what we now know as the modern zombie genre.  His 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead not only took the world by storm, but it established many of the tropes that we now associate with zombies.  Prior to that they were primarily associated with Hatian folklore. And while there were a slew of zombie films … Continue reading 20 Years Later: How “28 Days Later” Changed the Zombie Genre

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

“Night of the Animated Dead” Gets Full Trailer in IGN-Exclusive

In an IGN exclusive, zombie fans were just treated to a full trailer of the upcoming animated adaptation of George A. Romero’s 1968 classic, titled Night of the Animated Dead. Featuring the voice talents of Josh Duhamel (Transformers franchise), Dulé Hill (The West Wing, Psych), Stefan Marks (Justified, Velvet Buzzsaw), Katie Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica, Oculus), and horror legend Katherine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps, Freddy vs. Jason, … Continue reading “Night of the Animated Dead” Gets Full Trailer in IGN-Exclusive

“The Amusement Park” – Movie Review

Given George A. Romero’s tragic passing in 2017, the world thought that we had seen the very last of the filmmaker, and that his 2009 zombie sequel Survival of the Dead would be the final movie of his we ever got to see; until now that is. Long thought to be lost, Romero’s early 70’s experimental, PSA film The Amusement Park has thankfully been restored, … Continue reading “The Amusement Park” – Movie Review

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)

15 Fun Facts About “Land of the Dead”

We sadly lost the godfather of zombies three years ago, but George A. Romero’s legacy remains intact. While many fondly remember his “Dead” trilogy which spanned from 1968 to 1985, many overlook the later films he made in that franchise, including Land of the Dead, Diary of the Dead, and Survival of the Dead. Since today marks the 15th anniversary of Land of the Dead, … Continue reading 15 Fun Facts About “Land of the Dead”

Ranking Pandemic Horror Movies From Least to Most Realistic

With the whole world in a state of quarantine-induced anxiety, many are turning to watching movies about pandemics as a source of catharsis. Horror films in particular have always done a great job of taking that which we fear, and running with it to its most extreme point. Because of this, there is no shortage of films dealing with viral outbreaks and pandemics that people … Continue reading Ranking Pandemic Horror Movies From Least to Most Realistic