Video for “Don’t Look Back” Insert Run the Jewels Into George A. Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead’ Alongside Norman Reedus and Greg Nicotero!

Killer Mike & El-P are caught in the Night of the Living Dead, in this terrifyingly un-dead music video for Run the Jewels’ “Never Look Back”, directed by John Hillcoat (The Road, The Proposition; music videos for Nick Cave, Massive Attack, Depeche Mode). An homage to George Romero’s classic film and perennial midnight movie favorite […]

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[Review] “Creepshow” Season 3 Ends With Two Strong Tales of Dark Secrets

This week’s Creepshow offering, which is also the last of the season, features one segment about a prevailing problem that affects millions of Americans today. The other turns the color all the way down and tells a novel story coinciding with events from a classic horror movie. The finale opens with Greg Nicotero’s “Drug Traffic”. […]

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Greg Nicotero Joins Joe Bob Briggs for Shudder’s “The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead” on October 29th!

Joe Bob and Darcy are back in a brand new Shudder special titled “The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead,” and they’re being joined by “Walking Dead” producer Greg Nicotero. Announced today, “The Shudder Original special The Last Drive-in: The Walking Dead will premiere Friday, October 29 on Shudder and AMC+.” Join iconic horror host and foremost drive-in movie critic […]

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[Review] “Creepshow” Season 3: Timeless Terror and Animated Horrors in This Week’s Episode

This week’s offering of Creepshow is the least conventional episode seen so far in the third season. It breaks the ice with “Time Out”, which is more pensive than usual for the series. Jeffrey F. January’s latest contribution, after directing “The Last Tsuburaya”, focuses on a pre-law student named Tim (Matthew Barnes) and the antique, […]

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[Review] “Creepshow” Season 3: ‘Skeletons in the Closet’ References Horror Classics and ‘Familiar’ Catches a Demon

While the premiere was especially uneven, with its second story making up the shortfall, the immediate follow-up in Creepshow’s third season is more well-rounded. As usual, the episode divides itself right down the middle in regards to tone; one half is serious while the other is not. The format tends to work for the show […]

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[Review] “Creepshow” Season 3 Opens With Mixed Results

While the small screen experienced a resurgence in traditional anthologies not too long ago, that moment was short-lived. The latest Twilight Zone revival, Room 104, and 50 States of Fright have all since ended. Fans of the standalone story have their limited choices nowadays, but they can count on Creepshow to keep things going. Five […]

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KNB’s Greg Nicotero Had Actually Started Work on ‘Spawn’ for Todd McFarlane

I’ve never heard anyone talk the talk as much as comic legend Todd McFarlane, who has been touting his reincarnation of Spawn for several years now. In fact, if Blumhouse hadn’t have attached themselves as producers, I’d be even more skeptical than I already am. While the Blumhouse announcement came out of left field and […]

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