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Walker World Celebrates the Art of the Undead Actor

When you think about AMC’s The Walking Dead, the hit show’s artistic team of behind-the-scenes filmmakers may not be the first thing to come to mind, but it should be.

Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters

I wanted to come up with a catchy title for this piece but, when a movie already has a title like Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters, what else do you need? It’s a touching piece about love, faith, and a… Continue Reading →

Franchise Movies are Causing Strains for Studios

Hollywood is running out of ideas. Seriously, just look at weekend releases for most of the year and try to find two in a row without a franchise movie release. So far, we have gotten a new or debut installment… Continue Reading →

Chubbies Just Want Some Action

There’s something great about watching B-movies. Expectations aren’t very high and the fact that trailers and TV spots aren’t spoiling plot points gives the viewer a different movie experience. For the Troma horror-comedy, Chubbies, that experience is over the top… Continue Reading →

This Thingy or That Thingy?

You wouldn’t think that a movie titled The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta would be tame enough to be boring. Well, you would be wrong.

Nightmare Factory

You may recognize Greg Nicotero as one of the creative minds behind AMC’s The Walking Dead, but you may not know that his special-effects studio, the KNB EFX Group, has been the go-to company of many top-notch directors for more… Continue Reading →

Doc of the Dead

Doc of the Dead explores the Zombie genre and the many prominent figures who have helped propel the undead craze to untold depths.

Previewing Death Yard Haunted Attraction

Per Matt There’s a good possibility that Death Yard Haunted Attraction is actually haunted in real life… but there’s only one way to find out!

Attending Attractions: Death Yard Haunted Attraction

Per Matt Evil entities are afoot at the Death Yard Haunted Attraction!

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