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Night of the Comet

How ‘Night of the Comet’ Made the Apocalypse Fun

“Daddy would have gotten us Uzis."

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

‘The Serpent and the Rainbow’ is Wes Craven’s Most Underrated Movie

The Serpent and the Rainbow is based on anthropologist Wade Davis’ autobiography and as a result, claims to be entirely true. Whether it is or not doesn’t really matter because it makes for one ...

My Boyfriend's Back

Lukewarm Heart: The Charming Absurdity of My Boyfriend’s Back

In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, something amazing started to happen. The teenage-themed horror movies of the ‘50s were basically getting reimagined and rebranded as teen comedies. It’s not something ...


Why Fulci’s Zombie is the Distilled Essence of Zombie Cinema

It’s a movie of many, many titles. Over thirty years, it’s been known as Zombi 2, Zombie Flesh Eaters, Zombie Dawn of the Dead and more, but the American title Zombie—while the most simple—may also be...

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

Five Non-Traditional Zombie Movies That Broke the Mold

Zombie films have a tendency to follow the same beaten path, perhaps more so than any other horror sub-genre. Zombies are typically not considered as diverse, in terms of potential applications as vam...

The Sadness Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

The Sadness Takes Contagion Horror To Splatter Soaked Extremes [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Rob Jabbaz’s The Sadness absolutely earned the trigger warnings that accompanied its screenings at Fantasia Fest 2021. Those who do not wish to contemplate copious gore, cannibalism, sexual abus...

Melanie's traveling party walking around

The Surprising Meaning Behind The Girl with All the Gifts

When you think about zombie movies, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For most people, it’s probably blood, guts, or scary fun, and for good reason. Those are often the main draws of the subg...

Shivers’ Unique Mix Of Sex, Death And Social Commentary Still Has The Power To Shock [Blu Ray Review]

Shivers was the first full-length feature from David Cronenberg, who like many young genre directors of the 70s, broke into the business with a self-penned script and as much stylistic moxie as a limi...

Get The Hell Out Toronto International Film Festival Midnight Madness Review

Get The Hell Out is a Zombie Comedy That Succeeds at Satire And Splatter [TIFF Midnight Madness Review]

Within the first 90 seconds of I-Fan Wang’s Get the Hell Out, the President of Taiwan has lunged at the neck of a Parliament member’s throat and doused the legislators on the floor in arte...

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