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‘The Horde’ Is A Much-Needed Badass Zombie Romp

‘The Horde’ Is A Much-Needed Badass Zombie Romp

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When the zombie genre was born anew in the early 2000s, thanks to 28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead (2004), and Zombieland, the only thing missing was the ...

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Derrick LaCombe talks ‘After Death’

Derrick LaCombe talks ‘After Death’

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Derrick LaCombe, a product of New Orleans, travelling Registered Nurse, and newly minted zombie author after the release of his first book After Death, was kind enough to let one ...

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‘Pontypool’ Changes The Zombie Game With A Unique Twist

‘Pontypool’ Changes The Zombie Game With A Unique Twist

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Imagine this: you’re a formerly hot radio shock jock who is forced to ply his trade on a lowly circulated AM morning drive talk show in Pontypool, Ontario. Desperate for any ...

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‘The Cabin In The Woods’ Is A Re-hash, And Not A Good One

‘The Cabin In The Woods’ Is A Re-hash, And Not A Good One

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In the first scene of The Cabin in the Woods, the audience is shown something completely unfamiliar to the elements of standard horror fare in a couple of loser desk jockeys from ...

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‘Zombieland’ Is The Least Interesting Undead Film Of All Time

‘Zombieland’ Is The Least Interesting Undead Film Of All Time

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When approaching a film titled Zombieland, a certain expectation arises: a bevy of corpses meeting a bloody demise, salient references to a world dominated by the undead, ...

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‘The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue’ Succeeds With Subtlety

‘The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue’ Succeeds With Subtlety

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While the idea of zombies being caused by anything having to do with radiation may seem like a natural plot development, the idea is rarely done gracefully. Night of the Living ...

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‘Tombs Of The Blind Dead’ Thrives On Atmosphere

‘Tombs Of The Blind Dead’ Thrives On Atmosphere

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Warning! This post contains adult content! If it can be accepted that zombie films must be divided as before or after George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, Tombs of the ...

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‘Fido’ Skewers ’50s Conservativism With Ho-Hum Results

‘Fido’ Skewers ’50s Conservativism With Ho-Hum Results

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Could there be any more natural alliance than a post-apocalyptic zombie film married with the clean-cut silvery sheen of achingly conservative ‘50s pop culture? Though the concept ...

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‘Survival Of The Dead’ Marks Romero’s B-Movie Dive

‘Survival Of The Dead’ Marks Romero’s B-Movie Dive

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When George Romero was able to secure funding for the long awaited Land of the Dead, it seemed a forgone conclusion that the director who created the modern zombie would be able ...

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‘Diary Of The Dead’ Is The Weak Link Of A Zombie Empire

‘Diary Of The Dead’ Is The Weak Link Of A Zombie Empire

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After a twenty-year gap between the underrated Day of the Dead and the equally underrated Land of the Dead, zombie godfather George Romero would return to relaunch the most ...

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‘Land Of The Dead’ Resurrects Romero With Style

‘Land Of The Dead’ Resurrects Romero With Style

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For decades, George A. Romero struggled with the possibility of mounting a sequel to Day of the Dead, continuing his fly-by-night sequence of undead films that endlessly retcon ...

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‘Day Of The Dead’ Continues Romero’s Vision With Shaky Results

‘Day Of The Dead’ Continues Romero’s Vision With Shaky Results

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When 1967's Night of the Living Dead was followed by Dawn of the Dead in 1978, few could have predicted that the initial effort would reap a profit of $293 million on a $795,000 ...

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‘Plague of the Zombies’ Is The Last Great Zombie Film Before ‘Night’ Fell

‘Plague of the Zombies’ Is The Last Great Zombie Film Before ‘Night’ Fell

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Conventional wisdom would have one believe that the zombie film was born with Night of the Living Dead, but history tells a different tale. White Zombie might well be the first, ...

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’28 Weeks Later’ Soldiers On With Impressive Bite

’28 Weeks Later’ Soldiers On With Impressive Bite

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When a movie as successful as 28 Days Later comes out, a continuation is as necessary as it is inevitable. With the principles busy on other projects and director Danny Boyle and ...

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‘Zombie’ Is The Pinnacle Achievement In Italian Horror

‘Zombie’ Is The Pinnacle Achievement In Italian Horror

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While serious adherents to the trappings of ‘70s and ‘80s Italian horror cinema can point variously to any number of films as crowning achievements, no one film better exemplifies ...

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‘Army Of Darkness’ Caps A Rare Perfect Trilogy

‘Army Of Darkness’ Caps A Rare Perfect Trilogy

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Over the course of two days in Ash Williams’ life, he manages to age 10 years, put on 10 pounds of muscle, kill his girlfriend (played by three different actresses!) at least ...

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‘Evil Dead II’ ramps up the camp of horror comedies

‘Evil Dead II’ ramps up the camp of horror comedies

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While The Evil Dead was a singular work and stands as the pinnacle achievement in B-grade horror for most genre aficionados, the door was left wide open for a sequel by an ending ...

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‘The Evil Dead’ Changed The Game In Horror Cinema

‘The Evil Dead’ Changed The Game In Horror Cinema

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Sam Raimi, perhaps better than most people, understands the draw of B-grade horror films. It’s no shock that Raimi would eventually direct a super hero franchise; most of his work ...

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‘Dead Alive’ may be the goriest film of all time

‘Dead Alive’ may be the goriest film of all time

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Back before The Lord of the Rings, Peter Jackson was known to the world for his explicitly graphic, darkly funny horror films, and no film may better exemplify his original ...

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‘Shivers’ Is An Infectious Blend Of Gore And Ideas

‘Shivers’ Is An Infectious Blend Of Gore And Ideas

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Warning: This post contains adult content! When discussing a film like Shivers, it’s hard to avoid the similarities it shares with zombie films. Whether it fully qualifies as a ...

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‘Nightmare City’: Cautionary Reach Exceeds Campy Grasp

‘Nightmare City’: Cautionary Reach Exceeds Campy Grasp

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Warning! This post contains adult content! When digging into to the cinematic treasures offered by Italian horror films like Zombie, Suspiria, Hell of the Living Dead, or The ...

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An Interview with ‘The Fog Walkers’ Creators Tim & Alorian Haire

An Interview with ‘The Fog Walkers’ Creators Tim & Alorian Haire

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Imagine a world where extraterrestrials descend on Earth and release a poisonous gas to befit their own respiration, rendering large swatches of the planet inhabitable. The gas is ...

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‘Dawn Of The Dead’ (2004) Makes Zombies Sexy Again

‘Dawn Of The Dead’ (2004) Makes Zombies Sexy Again

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While the original zombie film Night of the Living Dead introduced viewers to the modern concept of the undead for the first time, most contemporary fans, who were not culled by ...

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‘Dead & Buried’: The Moodiest Zombie Thriller

‘Dead & Buried’: The Moodiest Zombie Thriller

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Since the word ‘zombie’ was first applied to the resurrected cannibals birthed in George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, his work has been copied and re-translated a dozen ...

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An Interview With John O’Brien

An Interview With John O’Brien

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John O'Brien isn't just an author; he's been in both the Air Force and Special Operations as well as working as an EMT and a firefighter, so when someone like that sits down to ...

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‘Hell of the Living Dead’: A Refreshing Burst of Schlock

‘Hell of the Living Dead’: A Refreshing Burst of Schlock

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Warning! This post contains adult content! Sometimes when you’re watching a zombie film, you’d like there to be artistry, characterization, and a social message. But sometimes, ...

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‘Return of the Living Dead’ Is The Original Brain-Eating Comedy

‘Return of the Living Dead’ Is The Original Brain-Eating Comedy

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Warning! This post contains adult content! While 1972 marked the introduction of the zombie comedy with the dreadful Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things and the horror ...

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‘Creepshow’ Combines Romero & King For A First-Rate Schlock-Fest

‘Creepshow’ Combines Romero & King For A First-Rate Schlock-Fest

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George Romero and Stephen King are two of the most highly regarded masters of horror. With Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead, Romero not only forged a half-century’s ...

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‘Erotic Nights Of The Living Dead’ May Be The First Zombie Porn

‘Erotic Nights Of The Living Dead’ May Be The First Zombie Porn

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Warning! This post contains adult content! Despite the immediate sexual connotations, the word ‘pornography’ doesn’t just mean explicit sex. Violence can be pornographic. ...

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‘REC’ Turns Found-Footage Horror On Zombies With Style

‘REC’ Turns Found-Footage Horror On Zombies With Style

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Since The Blair Witch Project officially began the trend of found-footage horror movies, there have been few that have come close to touching it; Cloverfield, for all its glory, ...

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‘Shaun Of The Dead’ Is A Genre-Bending, Gut-Busting Masterpiece

‘Shaun Of The Dead’ Is A Genre-Bending, Gut-Busting Masterpiece

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Not many films can define their genre so manifestly that they become worthy of distinctions based on scientific nomenclature, but Shaun of the Dead has certainly earned a new ...

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’28 Days Later’ Is The Best Horror Movie In 20 Years

’28 Days Later’ Is The Best Horror Movie In 20 Years

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There are many ingredients required to make a zombie film, and surprisingly zombies aren’t one of them. George A. Romero invented everything we now hold dear about the undead with ...

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Report From CDC: Zombies Are Real?

Report From CDC: Zombies Are Real?

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Messages left at the CDC offices in Georgia were not immediately returned. In 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created a division of their website ...

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‘Dawn Of The Dead’ Remains The Ultimate Zombie Film

‘Dawn Of The Dead’ Remains The Ultimate Zombie Film

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In 1967, George A. Romero forever changed the landscape of horror filmmaking when he unleashed Night of the Living Dead on unsuspecting audiences across the country. No one had ...

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Street Cop and Zombie Author Joe McKinney Won’t Take A Break

Street Cop and Zombie Author Joe McKinney Won’t Take A Break

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If you have one man in your corner when the undead throw down, consider Joe McKinney. The former homicide detective, disaster specialist, and current author has a lot on his ...

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Zombie Book Editor Monique Happy Talks About Her Process

Zombie Book Editor Monique Happy Talks About Her Process

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Aspiring authors, take heed: behind every great writer there is a great editor, and as far as the zombie genre goes, there are certainly none more multifarious or prolific than ...

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Jonathan Maberry On Writing, Zombies And His New Book ‘Fire & Ash’

Jonathan Maberry On Writing, Zombies And His New Book ‘Fire & Ash’

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Venerable horror author and martial arts enthusiast Jonathan Maberry was kind enough to grant Zombie Pop some of his free time, and I discovered that he and I had more in common ...

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Is ‘Cemetery Man’ The Best Zombie Movie You’ve Never Seen?

Is ‘Cemetery Man’ The Best Zombie Movie You’ve Never Seen?

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As far as zombies are concerned, there is very little that has been done to distinguish a film project after George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. However, every once in ...

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An Interview With Hugh Howey: Author of ‘I, Zombie’

An Interview With Hugh Howey: Author of ‘I, Zombie’

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Hugh Howey, author of the award winning Molly Fyde Saga, The New York Times and USA Today bestselling Wool, and his most recent release I, Zombie, took some time out of his ...

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Craig DiLouie On Writing, Zombies, And Dying Children

Craig DiLouie On Writing, Zombies, And Dying Children

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Craig DiLouie, accomplished author of zombie novels Tooth and Nail, The Infection, and The Killing Floor, took some time out of his schedule to answer a few questions about his ...

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Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: An interview with Shawn Chesser

Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: An interview with Shawn Chesser

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  A few days ago I had the chance to interview Shawn Chesser, author of the highly successful militaristic undead series Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. The series, which ...

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‘Deadgirl’ Mixes Zombies And Sex In The Most Perverse Way Possible

‘Deadgirl’ Mixes Zombies And Sex In The Most Perverse Way Possible

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Warning! This post contains adult content! Some movies dig deep into the possibilities of their subject matter. When Peter Jackson was making low budget grindhouse ...

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‘Night of the Living Dead’ is the ‘Citizen Kane’ of horror films

‘Night of the Living Dead’ is the ‘Citizen Kane’ of horror films

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Though it may be difficult to fathom by modern standards, Night of the Living Dead was, in its time, the most horrific, most disgusting, and most terrifying film ever made. ...

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Bryan Way, Author Of ‘Life After: The Arising’

Bryan Way, Author Of ‘Life After: The Arising’

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Update: read the review of Bryan Way's novel Life After: The Arising! Though I grew up on the outskirts of Philadelphia, I never really grew up. This I owe to a ...

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