Category Archives: Top Ten Zombie Movies

The Joker Revives Eeny Meeny Miny Moe in Detective Comics #1023 – Bleeding Cool News

The Joker is a bad guy. A psychopathic mass-murderer bordering on the genocidal, everything he does is despicable Continue reading


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From Hamilton to War of the Worlds: what’s streaming in Australia in July – The Guardian

Netflix600 Bottles of Wine TV, Australia, 2018 out now A newly single Sydney woman (played charmingly by Grace Rouvray) hits the town to quaff wine, dabble in romance and chew the fat with friends in this thoroughly moreish and lively show, written and created by Rouvray and directed by Ainslie Clouston. 600 Bottles of Wine began as a web series arriving on a bunch of platforms including BBC, ABC iView, Ten Peach and now Netflix, where it is running as four 18-minute episodes. Time for the streaming giant to stump up some cash and finance a fully fledged season. Continue reading


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Mike Flanagan Teases Revival Being His "Darkest" King Adaptation Yet – Bleeding Cool News

Mike Flanagan, who has already worked on a few differentStephen Kingfilms, is doing another. He andTrevor Macywill co-write an adaptation of King's 2014 novelRevival for Warner Bros Continue reading


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Top 10 Best Horror Movies In The Last Decade, Ranked (According to IMDb) – Screen Rant

In the last decade, over two-hundred horror films have been produced worldwide. These films have ranged from horrid to mediocre to decent to sublime. The latter has defined this decade and showed what general audiences love about these movies. Continue reading


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The (Fake) Songs of Summer – Vulture

Photo: Elizabeth Viggiano/NETFLIX Every year since 1956, usually in May, the nations of Europe have gathered to determine which of them has the most exuberantly kitschy, delightfully overproduced infectious pop song. In 2019, 41 countries competed, including Azerbaijan, Russia, and even Australia, and around 180 million viewers watched the televised contest, even though most Americans dont know much about it. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams as a hapless Icelandic singing duo, was supposed to open theatrically in late May to coincide with the actual event. Continue reading


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The Best Horror Movies to Watch on Netflix Now – News Lagoon – News Lagoon

If youre looking for something to watch that will haunt your dreams, head over to Netflix, because the streaming services library features a deep slate of horror movies available to watch right now. From slasher classics like Candymanto gruesome zombie thrillers like Train to Busanto found footage frights like Creep, there are so many heart-pounding horrors to choose from. Why not clear your schedule, log into your Netflix account, and set up your very own horror movie marathon? Continue reading


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Why you won’t get a Netflix of gaming – Fast Company

Recent announcements of new game-distribution services from Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nvidia, and Tencentas well as reports of a prospective Amazon offeringhave caused widespread industry speculation that video-game distribution could move from the still-dominant la carte model toward Netflix-style subscriptions. If subscription services were successful, power could shift from game studios and publishers to a few digital distribution giants with massive scale and market shareanalogous to the rise of Netflix in digital video Continue reading


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The Clearing Review: Some Really Confused Zombies – TechQuila

The Clearing is a 2020 horror (?) movie directed by David Matalon and starring Liam McIntyre, Aundrea Smith and Steven Swadling in pivotal roles. Continue reading


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Brett and Drew T. Pierce interview: The Wretched, witches and human onesies – No Majesty

Not too long ago No Majesty reviewed a small horror film called The Wretched, about a young boy who comes face-to-face with a witch in a small town. Continue reading


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Martin Freeman’s 10 Best Movies, According To IMDb | ScreenRant – Screen Rant

Martin Freeman is undoubtedly one of the most well-known British actors of our time. Continue reading


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