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Previewing Nightmare Boudoir Vol. II

Something titillating is stirring inside the boudoir…

Have We Actually Seen the Last of Samurai Jack?

Samurai Jack returned for a final season, 13 years in the making, after its initial run on Cartoon Network, airing on the Adult Swim programming block of the network earlier this year. The 10-episode revival felt like a stroke of… Continue Reading →

Midnight, Texas is Light Summer Fare

Midnight, Texas is not a clone of True Blood, even though it is inspired by the same author, Charlene Harris. I came into the show thinking it would be simply a low-rent version of True Blood on NBC. I can… Continue Reading →

Get Ready to Take a Trip With the Girls

I have to be honest, when I went to see Girls Trip, I didn’t expect too much. Quite frankly, I expected an overly dirty, slow movie that was nothing more than a second showing of the movie that came out… Continue Reading →

Previewing the Horror Happenings of 2017

Now that a new year is upon us, it is always a good time to not only reflect on the previous year, but time to look ahead at what is coming up with anticipation. Don’t get me wrong, 2016 was… Continue Reading →

Halloween Must See: The Cabin in the Woods

The Cabin in the Woods, directed by Drew Goddard, may be one of the most important horror films ever made. I know, this is a grandiose claim, especially for a movie that some people wouldn’t even consider horror, but hear… Continue Reading →

Westworld: Bizarre, Expensive, Surreal, Intriguing

So, Westworld… “Trippy,” as the kids say. The premise of this story, in case you didn’t happen to recall it from the now-dated film by the same name, or the trailers, is a high-tech Western-themed amusement park inhabited by androids,… Continue Reading →

De Palma Offers Insight Into Filmmaking History

A24’s De Palma, directed by Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, is about as direct a documentary as you could find. In just under two hours, film legend Brian De Palma recounts his entire filmmaking history, from his years at Columbia… Continue Reading →

Junk Bonds Proves the Family That Severs Parts, Never Parts

Sometimes, I think my life is a series of B-movies. Looking back at my work, here, on Zombies In My Blog, the vast majority of posts have been purely reviewing low-budget, independent films of the horror genre. You might think… Continue Reading →

Five Takeaways From Netflix’s Jessica Jones

We’ve all gotten used to cinematic superheroes, by now. Every year there is a new movie or two that debuts right around this time, with several to follow, as we get deeper into summer. From movie to movie, a lot… Continue Reading →

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