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historical fiction

Nat Geo’s Hot Zone is Infectious

Monsters come in all shapes and sizes and National Geographic Channel, which recently aired The Hot Zone limited series on three consecutive nights, might have created one of the scariest.

The Black Dahlia Murder Gets a Wonder-ful Connection

For fans of Wonder Woman who prefer their material a little darker, check out I Am the Night, which should be in their woodshed.

Project Blue Book: A Real Version of The X-Files?

The truth is in here… somewhere. And for one episode, at least, Project Blue Book attempts to explore the real-life origin story behind the UFO phenomenon, back in the day.

Survival Horror Gets an Old-School Treatment in The Terror

Part historical thriller, part survival horror (akin to The Walking Dead), The Terror is loosely based on a true story… but it feels more like John Carpenter’s The Thing.

Jason Momoa Battles the Wilderness and the Crown in Frontier

What’s more badass than a trident? How about wielding a knife and tomahawk?! If you can’t wait ’til Aquaman arrives in theaters this winter, might I recommend watching actor Jason Momoa in the series Frontier on Netflix.

Traveling Time After Time

The funny thing about a TV show based on time travel, that doesn’t actually leave the present day is… well, it isn’t really funny.

Searching for a True Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Much like the Zombies’ never-ending hunt for their next victims, I’ve been on a voracious, never-ending hunt for great undead literature. I’ve got a pretty good track record for finding some great books (along with a few ridiculous carcasses)… Continue Reading →

From Bestseller to the Big Screen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Beginning today, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies receives the big-screen treatment it always deserved, but back in 2009, its success was hardly guaranteed. Quirk Books gambled on a relatively then-unknown author to combine the classic Jane Austen Elizabethan… Continue Reading →

Cosplayer of the Month: Jackie the AkaiCon Panda

Per Matt AkaiCon is Nashville’s premier anime convention, taking place August 1st through 3rd featuring the mascots Jack and Jackie. Not long ago I spoke with Jackie, who previewed the second-year convention and discussed her introduction to cosplay and anime…. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Hellfighters

Per Matt Taking a break from the Zombie genre, author Max Brooks focuses his attention on a little-known military unit that fought prejudices and battles both on and off the battlefield.

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