‘Daredevil’ stunt double to direct indie zombie movie

By Dakota Cantwell A stunt double from the Netflix series “Daredevil”, Chris Brewster, is taking steps to move out of stunts and fight choreography and into the director’s chair. Brewster is set to direct “Outbreak Z”, the upcoming indie action-horror zombie film. “Outbreak Z” will focus on two SWAT officers as they fight their way… Read More ‘Daredevil’ stunt double to direct indie zombie movie

‘Zombie Spring Breakers’ review: The worst spring break hangover to be had

By Dakota Cantwell Building on the recent trend of indie horror films building worlds that are seemingly okay with the zombie apocalypse, “Zombie Spring Breakers” does little to rise above the onslaught of poorly done zombie films, leaving those who watch it with a headache and no good reason why. “Zombie Spring Breakers” is a… Read More ‘Zombie Spring Breakers’ review: The worst spring break hangover to be had

‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ releases musical trailer

By Dakota Cantwell The film festival hit “Anna and the Apocalypse” released its first trailer in preparation for its wide release for the holiday season. Described as “Shaun of the Dead meets La La Land” by Alex Billington of First Showing, the film is already making a splash in the zombie world. The film first… Read More ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ releases musical trailer

‘Jeruzalem’: A religious take on the first-person, found-footage zombie films

By Dakota Cantwell Following a common trend in horror movies, “Jeruzalem” brings another first-person, found-footage zombie film to the table, but adds in a religious twist. Despite its best efforts, the film cannot overcome its laughable accents and, often, poor-quality CGI. Following two American Jewish girls as they travel to Israel, the film documents the… Read More ‘Jeruzalem’: A religious take on the first-person, found-footage zombie films

The Rezort: Social commentary hidden in a surprisingly decent film

By Dakota Cantwell When “Jurassic Park” meets up with “Resident Evil”, their unforseen love child takes the form of a surprising gem hidden among zombie films. “The Rezort” combines a few good actors with a surprisingly original thought to create a fun hour and a half film that makes a social commentary on today’s refugee… Read More The Rezort: Social commentary hidden in a surprisingly decent film

North Carolina theater seeks locally produced short films for Zombiepalooza

The Cary Theater has announced a call-for-entries for locally produced short films to compete at Zombiepalooza 2018. Now in its third year, Zombiepalooza is downtown Cary’s zombie-themed block party featuring locally produced short films shown on a large outdoor screen in front of the theater on Chatham Street. Groups and individuals of all ages are… Read More North Carolina theater seeks locally produced short films for Zombiepalooza