Tag Archives: Zombies
It is rare for me to watch a film and love it so much that I immediately hope for a sequel to be made. Not just any sequel will do, of course. It has to be one that continues on with the spirit of the first, expanding on whatever universe or lore or other strong elements its predecessor has delivered. Read on to find out if that is the case with Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan sequel, Peninsula.
Blood Quantum Review
Every horror fan knows the painful reality of being excited for a film, only to be let down with how terrible it actually is. Then there is the flip side to that devastating coin — we expect a film to be ‘just okay,’ something maybe worthy of one watch, which turns out to be amazing in almost every way. That, my friends, is how I feel about Jeff Barnaby’s Blood Quantum.
It starts with animals, but soon [...]
American Zombieland Review
As I continue to try and reach some sort of consistency with my movie reviews, I manage to find more and more films that I have no recollection of ever obtaining. Tonight’s viewing pleasure goes to another that I knew nothing about beforehand, George Bennett’s American Zombieland.
Sam (Dave Mussen, Trafficked) is an aspiring filmmaker who, after being rejected by yet another film festival, scores the chance of a lifetime when he decides to make the [...]
Zombieland: Double Tap Review
When the bigwigs in Hollywood deem a film to be a huge success, they usually don’t take too long to green light a sequel. I mean, it makes sense, right? If the first one made tons of money, you have to cash in one more time, before it’s too late. On the other hand, there are times when fans clamor for more and they just don’t get it. That seemed to be the case here, but we’ve finally got our [...]
I’ve always felt that sci-fi and horror were a match made in heaven, er, hell. While the two genres used to be mixed together more commonly back in the golden era of the 80s, it feels as though we get don’t enough of it nowadays. Luckily there are some filmmakers who are still daring enough to meld the two together. Brad Sykes is one of those brave souls and he did so pretty effectively in his 2008 film, Plaguers. [...]
Anna and the Apocalypse Review
I’m not sure what is going on with the Universe, but time flies by way too quickly nowadays. Unfortunately, as I get older, that all seems to happen even more rapidly. As if the year didn’t speed by quickly enough on its own, I’ve decided to help things along by watching a film which takes place during Christmas time. The film I am referring to is John McPhail’s Anna and the Apocalypse.
After a zombie outbreak overtakes [...]