Zombies

[Creator Corner]

Resurrection Corporation: An Animated Film About the Fear of Death

The idea I had in my mind when I started working on Resurrection Corporation was to adapt Edgar Allan Poe’s story The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar in an animated version, in fact the original title of the project was Neurotic Hypnotic from Beyond the Grave. Entering below in collaboration with the screenwriter

[Creator Corner]

An Untitled Zombie Song

“The land is being over-run, Not with cars or buildings…“ It is not too unrealistic to compare our current viral pandemic to the world of the undead. We are living within the confines of our own walls and we are on edge even when we complete basic tasks such as going to work or the

[Movies]

Supernatural Beings Common in Horror Tales

If you plan on spending any amount of time watching horror movies during this quarantine, you may be interested in learning more about the supernatural creatures that often play a part in these films. Now, I can’t promise to explain every single one of them to you in this blog post, but you should be

[Reviews]

Burial Ground

Burial Ground (1981) could not get more Italian if it tried. I recently revisited the film by watching Severin’s remastered Blu-ray of the classic, and it is exactly how I remember, though it looks far better than it did on the VHS tape I originally watched it on decades ago. If you have not seen

[Video Games]

Falling Through the Cracks: Zombies Chronicles

When I was a much younger horror fan, I obsessively scoured the internet for hours, every day, for any picture, snippet, interview, preview, or rumor I could get my hands on for upcoming horror releases. When I was in school and in study hall, I’d always pretend to need to go to the library to

[Reviews]

(Film Review) the Girl with All the Gifts — A Fresh Take on Our Undead Future

Ever since Romero changed horror back in 1968 the genre has been flooded with all different kinds of filmmakers trying their best to recapture the terror he brought to life in his flesh-eating zombies. We’ve seen the sub-genre stretched and changed in more ways than one can count, yet it seems the classic “zombie” story

[Reviews]

Train to Busan — Yupp, Zombies Are Still Terrifying

If there is one sub-genre that horror fans keep claiming is “dead” or “used up” it’s the zombie flick. With The Walking Dead being as massive as it is and every amateur filmmaker making their attempt at a Night of the Living Dead the market has become more than saturated. That doesn’t mean, however, that

[TV]

Killing with Kindness: The Walking Dead’s Most Dangerous Villain is Compassion

Last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, titled ‘Here’s Not Here,’ was an incredibly polarizing one, the extended 90-minute affair focused entirely on the so-called origin story of benevolent badass Morgan Jones. As we learned, Morgan was at one time a cold-blooded killer like Rick Grimes, but after spending some time with a kind man

[TV]

The Walking Dead is Better Than Ever After Recent Character Death

This past Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead, titled ‘Thank You,’ has spawned no shortage of internet discussion in the past couple days, mostly in regards to a major character death that nobody expected. If you haven’t yet seen the episode, I can guarantee you that this post will be loaded with spoilers, so