By Chris Post A few weeks ago we reported that backers were being sought for a mysterious product called “ZomBcall.” There were no details at the time, other than the product would be zombie-themed. This week the duo behind the project launched their Kickstarter campaign and given us a look at just what this thing … Continue reading
McFarlane Toys is releasing a new statue of Rick Grimes (comic book version) and it is pretty epic.
Syfy has unveiled the cast of Z Nation, an all-new zombie series set to debut in the fall. From production company The Asylum (Sharknado), the 13-episode action-horror series depicts the epic struggle to save humanity after a zombie apocalypse. Harold Perrineau (Oz, Lost) Tom Everett Scott (Southland, Beauty and the Beast), DJ Qualls (Supernatural), Michael … Continue reading
By Chris Post As the zombie film genre continues to evolve and develop various subgenres, alternate history an area that is being explored. We’ve already seen Abraham Lincoln get the zombie hunter treatment (in a film that also featured a young Teddy Roosevelt) and now Thomas J. Churchill is preparing to bring us “Marilyn Monroe: … Continue reading
Brains and lots of them. This July, quirky and intelligent Wilmington, Delaware-based theater company Bootless Stageworks will bring the zombies out to play (and sing and dance). “MUSICAL OF THE LIVING DEAD strikes a nice balance between the all-out gore fest of today’s zombie films and the over-the-top drama of musical theatre,” comments one reviewer … Continue reading
By Chris Post Those of you who paid attention in history class will remember that as the 1800s drew to a close, America was on the brink of a new era of technology and expansion. The Industrial Revolution, as it would be known, forever changed the country from an agrarian society to the Internet infused, … Continue reading
By Andrew Wells Birth of the Living Dead (2013) *** NR, 76 min. Director: Rob Kuhns Featuring: George A. Romero, Larry Fessenden, Mark Harris, S. William Hinzman, Gale Anne Hurd, Elvis Mitchell, Jason Zinoman, Samuel D. Pollard, Chiz Schultz Film critic Gene Siskel had an idiom about the success of a film that stated that … Continue reading