Category Archives: Top Ten Zombie Movies

How Shaun of the Dead Got a Boost From Hollywood and Comic-Con Geeks – Gizmodo

The cast of Shaun of the DeadImage: Focus Features Its kind of mind-blowing to think about just how much of an impact the 2004 film Shaun of the Dead had on modern film history. Continue reading


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A Kickass Zombie Movie Is Back From The Dead To Terrorize Netflix – We Got This Covered

Zack Snyders Army of the Deadwas one of Netflixs biggest original movies to date. The zombie heist caper sees a rugged band of heroes venturing into an undead-infested Las Vegas to retrieve the contents of a safe before the city is nuked. Continue reading


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Fans Go Wild As Shang-Chi Arrives On Disney Plus – We Got This Covered

Its incredible to think that as recently as the week before it hit theaters, many insiders and analysts were predicting that Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was going to wind up scoring the lowest opening weekend in Marvel Cinematic Universe history. Instead, it almost tripled the previous Labor Day record that had been held by Rob Zombies Halloween for fourteen years and became the first release of the pandemic era to cross $200 million at the domestic box office, on its way to a global haul of $430 million. Continue reading


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Day of the Dead interview with star Christopher Russell – 1428 Elm

Tonight is the SYFY premiere of the channels newest horror series Day of the Dead. While inspired by George Romeros zombie universe that started with Night of the Living Dead, this new series does not take place in the same universe. 1428 Elm chatted with Christopher Russell, who portrays Trey Bowman in the series. Continue reading


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Best Zombie Movies Streaming on Hulu, HBO Max, and Amazon Prime – IndieWire

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James Gunn and Craig Mazin made The Boys six years before the comic – The Digital Fix

Before one was a defining director in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the other created one of the best TV series ever, James Gunn and Craig Mazin made a different superhero movie. Not anything Marvel or DC, or based on any existing property. No, it was fully original, though some of its ideas are more recognisable today Continue reading


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Michigan Congressmen and Women Can Work Together, Some Times – wbckfm.com – wbckfm.com

These days we must always look for bipartisanship within our politics. We do not find it often and sometimes when we find it, it is not good for the American people. The following is a good example of bipartisanship and we will now see if Biden was a person of his word when he said he will seek bipartisanship and reward it. Continue reading


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Netflix’s ‘Resident Evil’ Anime Shows Off Exactly Why People Love the Franchise – Thrillist

Resident Evil, the groundbreaking video game series from Capcom that basically invented the survival horror genre, has been around for 25 years and 28 games, so getting into it in 2021 can seem like a daunting endeavor, with a mythology and lore that spans hundreds of years and many shady pharmaceutical companies. If you've wanted to jump into the biggest zombie franchise this side of The Walking Dead, Netflix's latest anime Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness offers a distilled version of everything that makes people fall in love with this franchise in a compact package. Continue reading


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The best TV series to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Now, BritBox and more this July 2021 – iNews

Its not even been a year since we last saw Ted Lasso and his beloved AFC Richmond, but already were heading back to the London football team for a second series. Continue reading


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No Hands Clapping – by Jonah Goldberg – The Remnant – The Dispatch

The historical context question of To Kill a Mockingbird, specifically the issues of the "white savior" narrative, and of black characters lacking agency makes me think of the first time I realized how the The Merchant of Venice ended. Continue reading


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