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A Nashville Zombie Walk FAQ

The Nashville Zombie Walk is returning Sunday, October 21st to Nashville’s Public Square and here’s everything you need to know.

The Little Stranger: A Brooding, Dark Mystery

What can I say about The Little Stranger? I went to an early press screening of the film a few weeks ago. I walked into the theater having never heard of it and having no idea what it was about and… Continue Reading →

Anti Zombie Force (AZF): The Walking Dregs

Anti Zombie Force is the latest Zombie movie acquisition by Troma and, well, as the second Zombie film I’ve reviewed in recent months for ZIMB, I’m just going to come out and say I’m a bit disappointed. Making a film… Continue Reading →

James Gunn, Twitter and Other Things That Will Offend You

You are about to be offended. The fact that I even have to open an article with that statement infuriates me. But, since we live in an age of instant communication, where no one listens and everyone insists on shouting,… Continue Reading →

Exorsisters: Troma Picks Up a Great Habit

Nuns, puns and a touch of Troma. That’s what you’ll find in the new web series produced by the shock cinema powerhouse. Exorsisters is a surprising addition to Troma and its ever-expanding library of independent film. The story of three… Continue Reading →

Fandom and Fun at Hypericon 13

Hypericon returned to Nashville this past weekend for its 13th season. While the overall atmosphere felt a bit more subdued than last year when I covered it, the event was still fun and full of some of the most creative… Continue Reading →

Horror Comes to Hypericon

Hypericon is returning to Nashville this weekend for three days of cosplay, fandom and the best of local sci-fi and fantasy on display. There’s going to be a little something for everyone, including horror fans. Among the panels, pageants, discussions… Continue Reading →

Nashville’s Indie Horrors: Guilt/Girl and Inside the House

Behind the neon lights and cowboy hats, far away from the glittering cheapness of Broadway and its myriad honky tonks, something dark is crawling its way out of Music City. While Nashville is known far and wide for its devotion… Continue Reading →

Traumatic Horror Hits Home in Hereditary

Hereditary is disgusting, exploitative and far from the subtle blend of psychological and visual horror we’ve come to expect from A24. With scenes of brutality and gut-wrenching emotional trauma unlike anything the company has produced before, the film is a… Continue Reading →

Checking In to Hotel Artemis

Picture, if you will, a Los Angeles so fiscally and morally bankrupt that privatized firms now control utilities and civil defense in the metropolis that, unfortunately, seems to define America as a culture. Now, further imagine that those private firms… Continue Reading →

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