After a boy dies and turns, the prison nearly falls. But even after the walker threat is contained, a sickness spreads quickly, and a quarantine is in order.
Cell. 2016. Directed by Tod Williams. Screenplay by Adam Alleca & Stephen King, based on King’s novel of the same name. Starring John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Stacey Keach, Joshua Mikel, Alex ter Avest, Griffin Freeman, E. Roger Mitchell, & Wilbur Fitzgerald. The Genre Co./Benaroya Pictures/Cargo Entertainment. Rated R. 98 minutes. Horror/Sci-Fi/Thriller ★★★Continue reading “Cell is an Okay Zombie Flick but King Can Do Better”
Snyder and Gunn, above all else, help make zombies terrifying again.
Condemned. 2015. Directed & Written by Eli Morgan Gesner. Starring Johnny Messner, Michel Gill, Jon Abrahams, Ronen Rubinstein, Lydia Hearst, Dylan Penn, Michael Drayer, Jordan Gelber, Genevieve Hudson-Price, Anthony Chisholm, Kea Ho, Michael DeMello, Perry Yung, & Tuffy Questell. Caliber Media Company. Not Rated. 83 minutes. Horror ★★1/2 Director-writer Eli Morgan Gesner is obviously aContinue reading “Condemned is a Gross Out and Nothing More”
AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead Season 1, Episode 6: “The Good Man” Directed by Stefan Schwartz Written by Dave Erickson & Robert Kirkman * For a review of the Season 2 premiere, “Monster” – click here * For a review of the previous episode, “Cobalt” – click here Madison (Kim Dickens) and Travis (Cliff Curtis), alongContinue reading “Fear the Walking Dead – Season 1, Episode 6: “The Good Man””
Without going for too many of the obvious choices, I wanted to come up with another list of horror for the Halloween season. Opting to go with anything from traditional zombies to the Romero zombie to infection films and so on, there should be something for everybody on this list. Maybe the more seasoned horrorContinue reading “Living Dead Halloween Horror Marathon”