Tag

Isolation

Ghost Brothers Bring Comedy and Comfort to Haunted Houseguests

As September ends and October begins, the haunting season will soon be upon us. But for some unlucky people, that can be 24/7. That’s when three longtime friends from Atlanta, GA will arrive onto the scene. In Ghost Brothers: Haunted… Continue Reading →

Midsommar Proves Horror Works, Even on Vacation

Spring and summertime bring lots of adventures. Many readers of this review probably take time off to attend festivals for concerts or films around the world. Even others travel to countries to attend cultural festivals that celebrate the heritage of… Continue Reading →

The Impossible Haunt Tour: Four Haunted Houses in One Night

Welcome back to a new episode of the blog I like to call #HauntLife. This week, I am going to explain what the Impossible Haunt Tour is, and why my wife is very happy with the results. And no, it’s… Continue Reading →

Unpacking Mother!

One of my favorite activities in a theater is listening to my fellow audience members as I head toward the nearest exit. As an occasional critic, I’ve found that listening to the audience’s reaction to a film is just as… Continue Reading →

The Living and the Dead Cohabitate in I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

“The pretty thing you are looking at is me. Of this I am sure. My name is Lily Saylor. I am a hospice nurse. Three days ago I turned 28 years old. I will never be 29 years old.”

Recommended Halloween Viewing: The Thing

October is in full swing, and just a few minutes of channel surfing offers up a wide variety of classic and current horror flicks to get you in the mood.

Outcast is a Subtly Scary Slow-Burn

Outcast has some very big shoes to fill. The second TV series based on a graphic novel series by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman didn’t have to rely on a big Hollywood name to get off the ground, and as… Continue Reading →

Examining None But Myself, a Zombie Short Film

None But Myself is a glimpse of what most aspiring filmmakers go through to produce features, these days. That is, the short film, itself, is a pitch for those interested in investing or contributing to a larger production. Before, filmmakers… Continue Reading →

Agent Carter Goes Hollywood

America’s top SSR agent with the red hat is back for Season 2, but this time, she’s the next big thing in Hollywood.

Minority Report

Thirteen years after Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg paired up to make a movie based on the Phillip K. Dick short story, Minority Report returns to the small screen.

© 2019 Zombies in My Blog — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑