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The Walking Dead Should ONLY Tell Anthology Stories

Per Matt I don’t think AMC network executives will ever be accused of leaving money on the table. Just as the basic cable channel spun-off Better Call Saul from Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead Universe has been heavily mined (and… Continue Reading →

Chloé Zhao Ventures From Nomadland to Sci-Fi Western Dracula

Per Matt If you don’t already recognize the name, Chloé Zhao, it’s about time you made the introduction.

Raising Children During the Zombie Apocalypse? You’re Only Dead on the Inside!

Per Matt Fear. Terror. And worthless debit cards. These are only a few things to worry about when the undead wreak havoc during the Zombie Apocalypse. Then there’s a whole new set of rules for raising your children during this… Continue Reading →

Shadows Unveils Even More Dark Secrets for Season 2

Vampires. Werewolves. Zombies. Necromancers. If you thought the first season of What We Do in the Shadows was epic, wait ’til you see what else creeps out of the dark for Season 2.

Rick Prince, the 2017 Nashville Zombie Walk Featured Artist, Discusses the Undead

Per Matt The 2017 Nashville Zombie Walk is fast approaching. Featured Artist Rick Prince is no stranger to creating undead creatures. Throughout the years, his eyes for detail have helped bring to life a variety of characters with the use of… Continue Reading →

Remembering Romero

The horror genre has seen so many innovators craft it into a wide-ranged spectacle of terror. Filmmakers such as Wes Craven and John Carpenter spearheaded the slasher subgenre and created other classics for horror fans. But one particular genre cannot… Continue Reading →

DragonCon: Zombie Walk, Zombie Prom 2012

Per My Brother: At DragonCon 2012, there were plenty of undead minions lumbering about. But on Friday night — which I affectionately dubbed “Night of the Living Zed” — leading off the weekend’s festivities was the DragonCon downtown Zombie Walk,… Continue Reading →

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