‘Valley of the Dead’ – Netflix Movie Will Unleash Nazi Zombies This Summer [Trailer]

Netflix is unleashing the undead once again in an upcoming original movie titled Valley of the Dead, which the streaming service announced today for a Summer premiere. Spanish horror movie Valley of the Dead bites into Netflix on July 11, 2022. In the film, “During the Spanish Civil War, a small group of sworn enemies must […]

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Stephen King’s ‘Cell’ – Finding the Good in a Missed Opportunity [The Silver Lining]

In this edition of The Silver Lining, we’ll be covering Tod Williams’ 2016 Stephen King adaptation, Cell. Stephen King is no stranger to the apocalypse. From the fallen worlds of his The Dark Tower series to his viral opus The Stand (which remains one of my all-time favorite literary works), the writer has an undeniable […]

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’28 Days Later’ – Celebrating Two Decades of Danny Boyle’s Zombie Epic

Sartre famously wrote that “hell is other people”, and while it can be easy to sympathize with that statement, I think there’s more than one kind of hell. Despite a certain melancholic beauty in solitude, the fear of being alone is both primal and common enough that most people have nightmares about it at one […]

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Celebrating 6 of the Best Teenage Zombie Slayers Ahead of ‘The Walking Dead: World Beyond’ Final Season on Blu-ray and DVD!

No one could have predicted the runaway success of AMC’s The Walking Dead, but the secret to the show’s popularity might just be how it appeals to an increasingly wide audience. This is mostly because the story’s conflicts aren’t limited to the undead menace itself, with episodes exploring everything from relationship dramas to hardcore action […]

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Facing the Brutal Realities of the Zombie Apocalypse in ‘Project Zomboid’ [Safe Room Podcast]

I think we have all played our fair share of zombie games by this point. And while I enjoy bolstering defenses in We Are Billions and mowing down hordes in Back 4 Blood as much as the next person, the archetypes of zombie experiences are relatively set in stone.  Something developer The Indie Stone has […]

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Netflix’s “All of Us Are Dead” Review – Zombie Series Bites Off More Than It Can Chew

This “All of Us Are Dead” review is spoiler-free. You’re safe. The Netflix adaptation of webtoon Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun uses a gory if familiar outbreak premise as a vehicle for an ambitious K-drama bearing no shortage of social critiques. “All of Us Are Dead“ (trailer here) does offer a few twists to […]

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‘Project Zomboid’ Perfectly Captures the Bleak, Lonely, Absurd World of the Zombie Apocalypse

Project Zomboid is one of a rare breed in horror gaming that answers the question ‘could you survive this in real life?’ with a gleefully mocking ‘of course not, you stupidhead’.  First released on Steam Greenlight back in 2013, Project Zomboid has grown into a ridiculously deep hardcore zombie apocalypse survival sim where death is […]

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[Review] SYFY’s “Day of the Dead” Is One Zombie Series That’s Especially Rotten and Lifeless

SYFY’s revamp of Romero’s zombie classic adds little to the overcrowded corner of horror and loses itself in generic melodrama and scares. Do we need another zombie television show? That’s the question that’s inherently on everyone’s minds when they even hear about a new zombie television series that pulls from George A. Romero’s Day of […]

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Chronicling the Rise of “Z-TV” – A History of Zombies on Television

George A. Romero’s classic Dead films may have sparked an explosion of zombie media, but it took quite a while for these undead ghouls to invade television screens. Unlike ghosts, werewolves and vampires, which benefited from popular shows like Dark Shadows, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Supernatural, shambling corpses were usually left out of prime-time […]

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Looking Back on the Mundane Monsters of MTV’s “Death Valley” 10 Years Later

Here’s a question no one’s ever asked before: what do you get when you hire one of the minds behind Scrubs (Curtis Gwinn) and the creator of Fat Guy Stuck in Internet (Eric Weinberg) to create a TV show based on an idea by Powerman 5000 frontman Spider One? Well, you get the criminally underseen […]

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“The Walking Dead”: Opening 5 Minutes from the Final Season Showcase a Gruesome Fight With the Undead

The Final Season of “The Walking Dead” will begin this Sunday, August 22, 2021, and this first batch of Season 11 episodes will include eight brand new episodes. The first 5-minutes of this Sunday night’s Final Season premiere have been released by AMC this afternoon, giving us a much longer version of a scene that […]

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