“The Sadness” – Movie Review

For reasons that should be obvious to all, it’s been one hell of a time these last two years since March 2020.  Filled with high highs and incredibly low lows, the world will never truly be the same again.  In many ways, Shudder’s latest original film from Taiwan, The Sadness is the perfect anthem for the last two year.  It’s one part “zombie” movie, one … Continue reading “The Sadness” – Movie Review

“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

Netflix’s “Resident Evil” Series Premiering July 14, 2022

Following a reboot this past Fall, the Resident Evil franchise is moving to the small screen, as was announced by Netflix some time ago.  However, they’re hotly anticipated live action series has just been given a release date.  Earlier today, from their official account, Netflix tweeted, “Evil has evolved.  The new live action Resident Evil series premieres July 14”. Old Blood, New Life As previously … Continue reading Netflix’s “Resident Evil” Series Premiering July 14, 2022

“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

“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)

35 Fun Facts About “Re-Animator”

Mad scientists have long been a staple of sci-fi/horror going back decades.  But none are as unapologetic or charismatic as Herbert West.  Re-Animator remains the perfect blend of fun B-movie camp with science gone wrong. There’s a reason that it remains a cult favorite 35 years later.  So in honor of its anniversary today, we thought it would be fitting to look at 35 fun … Continue reading 35 Fun Facts About “Re-Animator”

Recommendations from the Shudder Hotline – Week 3 (Oct 2020)

Delivering in a way unparalleled by any other streaming service, Shudder continued its Halloween Hotline this week, with another hour window where fans could call and get personalized recommendations. We’ve called the last two weeks and got some awesome movie picks, so we thought it would be fun to do it again and here we are.  This week we asked Shudder curator Sam Zimmerman for … Continue reading Recommendations from the Shudder Hotline – Week 3 (Oct 2020)

How the Global Pandemic will Change Horror

It’s hard to believe that things like stay at home orders, social distancing, and wearing masks in public have been the new normal for nearly six months.  For many horror fans, as well as all movie fans, this was an opportunity to catch up on watching movies that had been on our lists forever. And while the world slowly returns to normalcy (or at least … Continue reading How the Global Pandemic will Change Horror