Devin takes you on a brief tour of the history of zombie movies.
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Real Men Kneel When They Pee Off Airplanes
Why the teen-oriented romzomcom is actually the ballsiest zombie movie in years.
WARM BODIES may not raise the dead, but it's pretty damn charming.
The only thing more popular than fragging newbs in the CALL OF DUTY games is shooting zombies. BLACK OPS II brings the prerequisite zombie side game to a whole new level, according to guest writer Kevin Kelly.
This one's not for me.
Joss joins the likes of Kid Rock and Meatloaf to throw support at Mitt Romney and his ability to bring about the zombie apocalypse.
Seriously, it's a PSA for CPR... starring zombies.
World War Z is the most publicly troubled movie in years. Will these new writers save things?
Could the decaying, empty city of Detroit be turned into Z World?
Brian Cox brings some class to a story about the undead in the War Between the States.
Begone wicked vagina! Trouble this bedroom no more!
Trust me, it’s worth looking at.
Ahhh, Brad Pitt, Matthew Fox, and zombies. Three pop culture figures that were relevant in the aughts.
The romance doesn’t have to end when your life does.
What if the Charlie who bit your finger was a zombie? This LEFT 4 DEAD inflected short film answers that pressing question.
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Danny Trejo and Michael Rooker battle George Romero and an army of Soviet zombies in the new CALL OF DUTY DLC.
PLAY DEAD, a short film debuting at the Borscht Film Festival, looks at what happens to our pets in a zombie apocalypse.
The zombie war movie may be too expensive to make. But who cares when it was going to be PG-13 anyway?
Thanks to a copyright mistake, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is a public domain movie. Brian recently watched just about every version, variation and remake of the film, and now he looks back.
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Yeah, CGI-splosions are kind of weak, but Henri’s down with shower montages. And it’s nice to know that these characters really do exist in a world that’s been overrun and aren’t just trapped near a decimated and quarantined Atlanta. The end of season one was as bumpy as the episodes that came before it, but it could still be a great prologue to a full season next year.
The season has ended, the CDC is ‘sploded, the survivors are saddened and Meredith’s confounded. Join the conversation in the comments!
It’s the end of the first season of THE WALKING DEAD. Devin weighs in not just on the finale but the season as a whole: did he like it, or does he think it needs a bullet in the brain?
One episode left in the season and our sad little campers finally make it somewhere this week. Is it too little, too late? Meredith hopes not.
Jim got a hickey on his tummy! The CDC has advanced doors and shower systems, but really, really dated video camera technology! Really, though, Henri thought it was a solid episode of zombie TV.
The second to last episode of the first season of THE WALKING DEAD has aired and Devin has seen it. What did he think? Most importantly - what do you think? Join the TV Talk in the comments!
Give us this day our daily trailer! On Black Friday turn your attention to the greatest tale of horror ever told about a shopping mall…
Give us this day our daily trailer! They tried to make a sequel to NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and instead they made a classic in its own right. The incredible Dan O’Bannon wrote and directed one of the greatest comic horror movies of all time - RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD.
Schlock Corridor - where all the weirdest, wildest and best B-movie are found. This time: It’s not a Wesley Snipes movie. SUGAR HILL is a classic blaxploitation film about getting revenge with good old fashioned voodoo zombies.
A complete annotated map of character appearances, events, deaths, and undeaths from THE WALKING DEAD comic book series.
Henri and Devin are both huge fans of The Walking Dead comics and AMC television shows. For the duration of season one, they’ll be having a conversation discussing the finer points of Frank Darabont’s take on the series. They might argue, they may just high five, but they’ve promised to not bring up any aspects of the comics that could lead to a spoiler on the show. Feel free to join the conversation in the comments.
Here are Devin’s two cents.
Once upon a time zombies were featured in semi-underground, unrated movies that only the die hards saw. Now they’re being used to sell clothes at Sears.
Sears has a ‘zombified’ version of their website up right now (for Halloween) and it’s actually pretty cool, to be honest. I mean, sure, zombies have lost all their bite once Sears - SEARS! - is rebranding their website with the shuffling undead in mind, but they did a good job. And maybe the argument to be made here isn’t that our beloved cannibal dead have been coopted by the system but rather that the system has been devoured by the unliving.