Hey, remember the ’90s? Back when every one of Bruce Willis’ movies made $100 million and Brad Pitt was just beginning to flex his acting muscles (that’s Mr. Oscar Winner to you these days). I really feel like Goat Boy,… Continue Reading →
The Passage‘s pilot felt like a medical drama disguised as a thriller with horror elements. Sure, there’s a 10-year-old girl — Saniyya Sidney’s epic performance as Amy Bellafonte — chosen as humanity’s only hope to fight an oncoming global pandemic at the… Continue Reading →
Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, a 16-episode short film, attempts to generate interest in the show’s second season, but crashes way before the actual flight. Filled with Zombie outbreak tropes and with little time for character development, it is… Continue Reading →
When the world is running down, how will you fend for yourself? Will you starve to death or will your years of preparation finally pay off? The Art of Eating Through the Zombie Apocalypse offers not only easy-to-follow food-preparation recipes… Continue Reading →
Part pop-culture examination, part personal journal and part hypothesis, Jessica Robinson’s non-fiction book uses the undead as a metaphor to explore real-world fears that could lead to a possible Zombie Apocalypse!
July is here and various TV networks are embarking into their summer schedules. The Last Ship has arrived at its port of call on TNT and it offers some hope to cure the summertime blues.