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How Night of the Comet Lightened the Apocalypse

There were a lot of end-of-the-world movies made in the 1980’s. Unlike the swarm of natural disaster flicks that would begin to follow in the 1990’s, these films were usually delved into science-ficti...

A Very Good Head on His Shoulders: Revisiting Re-Animator

The best adaptation of the works of H.P. Lovecraft to date and simply one of the best horror comedies ever made, Re-Animator is classic splatter movie cinema. It’s quirky, gorgeous splatter slap...

Serpent and the Rainbow - non traditional zombie films that broke the mold

The Serpent and the Rainbow is Wes Craven’s Underrated Zombie Classic

The Serpent and the Rainbow is based on a book by anthropologist Wade Davis that is an autobiography and as a result claims to be entirely true. Whether it is or not almost doesn’t matter becaus...

Review: Zoombies is an Action-Packed Thriller That Delights And Frightens In Equal Measure

Zoombies takes place in the Eden Wildlife Zoo, a facility that specializes in housing endangered animals. The outfit is headed by Dr. Ellen Rogers (Kim Nielsen) who inherited it from her grandfather. ...

Re-Kill

Re-Kill [8 Films to Die For Review]

In Re-Kill, it’s been five years since the zombie apocalypse wiped out most of the world’s population. Now the remaining re-animates, or “re-ans,” are kept under control by a s...

Justin Steele’s Top Five Films to Watch on Halloween

As the Halloween season approaches, we all have our go-to films that we pop in the DVD or Blu-Ray player. One of my own personal favorite Halloween activities is to get together with friends and watch...

Grandpa takes out the undead in Cockneys vs Zombies

Four Great Zombie Comedy Films You Might Have Missed

In the wake of the great zombie craze of recent years, films featuring the undead monsters have become a dime a dozen. You won’t see hardly any of them on the big screen, but the independent sce...

Felissa Rose Talks Zombie Killers and More [Exclusive Interview]

Felissa Rose is nothing short of an icon in the horror genre. She first appeared at the age of thirteen in the cult classic Sleepaway Camp, in which she played transgendered serial killer Angela. Sinc...

Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard Reveals Blu-Ray Art

Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard will hit DVD and Blu-ray February 3, 2015. In support of that, Anchor Bay has unveiled a look at the Blu-ray artwork for the film (pictured left). It is writ...