Jim Jarmusch is an interesting filmmaker, with an eclectic body of work. So, when I first saw he was directing a Zombie movie, I thought it was a joke. The news/trailer broke around the same time as this year’s April Fools Day, so you can forgive me for being skeptical. After I saw the trailer, […]
It’s that time again, another season of the hit zombie series The Walking Dead is being unleashed upon the home video market. Season 9 will make its way to Blu-ray DVD, and Digital on August 20th, and it comes packed with plenty of deleted scenes, featurettes, and more. Many controversial things happened in season 9, […]
Synopsis: In the first film, [REC], a TV reporter and her crew are asked to cover a crew of firemen on duty. What seems like a routine story about a night at the fire station soon turns into a nightmare. Trapped inside a quarantined building, the crew must try to survive the terror that rages […]
Synopsis: The zombies have returned! The horror begins again as mysterious barrels bounce off an Army transport as it passes through a new housing development and land near an abandoned cemetery. Mischievous neighborhood boys discover the barrels and open them, unaware of the evil contained within. A deadly green vapor escapes and turns the living […]
Synopsis: A cunning remake of George A. Romero’s black and white zombie classic Night of the Living Dead is a taut and terrifying return to the macabre scene of mayhem and dismemberment where the recently deceased begin rising from the grave as flesh-hungry zombies. Review: Tom Savini’s remake of George Romero’s Night of the Living […]
Reviews like this are tough, because a movie like Return of the Living Dead has been discussed-to-death on the internet for at least the last two decades. What can one possibly say that another hasn’t already? In addition to that, this is also the third Blu-ray release of the film I have seen. There was […]
When I was twelve years old, I was into baseball. I was pretty good, too. I could pitch, catch, infield, outfield and I could definitely bat. I was a switch hitter, which isn’t as sexual as it sounds. It simply means that I could successfully bat in both the right, and left-handed batting stances. Once, […]
I enjoyed the first Dead Snow film well enough, but it seemed like it gathered a ravenous fanbase, which I was not a part of. It was a competently made zombie film, but at the time, I had pretty much had it up to here with the genre. Plus, another couple of nazi “zombie” movies […]
Saturday marked the third day of Toronto After Dark 2014, and as is customary on the weekend, there were three separate screening blocks (as opposed to the standard two during the weekdays). Saturday at TADFF also usually means Zombie Appreciation Night, so you generally know that you are going to get at least two films featuring the […]
THE CITY OF ANGELS HAS GONE TO HELL STAY INDOORS. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO VACATE THE CITY. STAY AWAY FROM OTHER PEOPLE. When meteors strike Los Angeles, the massive destruction they cause is the least of the city’s worries as its inhabitants begin to fall deathly ill from the resulting smoke. But when the dead begin to reanimate and feed off the living, five friends make a run for the coast before they can be killed by the infected – or worse, by government forces who will fight to contain the situation at any cost – in this nightmarish no-holds-barred thriller.
In a world ravaged by the undead, two men must not only survive a zombie apocalyptic mayhem, but also learn to survive each other. Or will they? On September 16, 2014, SCREAM FACTORY™ will release writer-director Jeremy Gardner’s enthralling zombie-horror drama THE BATTERY on Blu-ray™ and DVD. Featuring a general dose of suspense, character tension and wit, this critically acclaimed movie follows two former baseball players as they traverse the rural back roads of a post-plague New England teeming with the undead, psychological strain and their stark personality differences.
THE BATTERY stars Jeremy Gardner, Adam Cronheim, Niels Boole, Alana O’Brien, Jamie Pantanella, Larry Fessenden and Kelly McQuade. Packed with insightful special bonus content, THE BATTERY is a must have for movie enthusiasts, loyal fans and collectors. The Blu-ray has a suggested retail price of $19.97 and $14.97 for the DVD.
A ship docks fresh from Somalia which contains one infected worker that passes unnoticed into the very heart of India’s overpopulated bustling streets, setting off an unstoppable chain of events. Meanwhile, American turbine engineer Nicholas Burton (Joseph Millson, Casino Royale) is working in the stark yet tranquil Indian countryside when he receives a call from his love Ishani (Meenu), a local girl who lives on the outskirts of the slums of Mumbai and who has hidden their relationship from her tradition-minded father. She reveals she is now pregnant and scared for her life as chaos and terror have taken ahold of the cities as the dead return to life and attack the living. Nicholas has to battle his way across their 300 mile landscape filled with flesh-eating – and infectious – undead. With the help of young street kid Javed (Anand Goyal), he has to rely on his wits and sheer brute force to try and save them all, as the clock ticks off the minutes before the last flight out of a living hell…
I’ve heard both good and bad things about Open Grave, but I am a fan of Sharlto Copley, so I plan to watch it anyway. I don’t know anything about it at all, I’ve never even watched a trailer, but the press release describes it as a “gritty zombie thriller”, so it could go either […]
Welcome back to Dead Already, The Dead Air Podcast’s unofficial Walking Dead podcast; brought to you by The Liberal Dead, GenreWatch, and Viewer Discretion Advised! This week on the show, Jeff (@Jeff_FOTD) and Heather (@VDA_Net) catch their breath and dig into the Season 4 Finale, Episode 416, “A.” Did the finale go out with a bang? Are Jeff and Heather excited for next year? Why […]
If I were to sit here and list, the amount of plot elements Battle of the Damned has stolen from famous genre films, we would be here all day. Escape From NY, The Terminator, 28 Days Later, Maybe even Chopping Mall? This isn’t necessarily a complaint, more of an observation, maybe even a mild warning. […]
As is customary at TADFF, Saturday was Zombie Appreciation Night, which meant that the day’s programming consisted of two zombie-related films along with the International shorts program. Though I think zombies are by and large a bit played out, I still look forward to the night every year at the festival because they tend to […]
Stalled (2013) Starring: Dan Palmer, Antonia Bernath, Tamaryn Payne Writer: Dan Palmer Director: Christian James Synopsis: It’s Christmas eve and a soon to be shit-canned maintenance man is changing light bulbs and cleaning toilets, instead of drinking eggnog and making out with drunk receptionists at the annual office party. Unfortunately for this forlorn floor-sweeper […]
Day two of the 2013 edition of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival has now come and gone. Dubbed “Insect Night,” the night’s programming consisted of a pair of movies where the (arguably) main star was a bug. The idea of “theme nights” is one that has become more prevalent at the festival over the […]
The Battery (2012) Starring: Jeremy Gardner, Adam Cronheim Writer & Director: Jeremy Gardner Synopsis: Two former baseball players, Ben and Mickey, cut an aimless path across a desolate New England. They stick to the backroads and forests to steer clear of the shambling corpses that patrol the once bustling cities and towns. In order […]
The Walking Dead: Episode 401 – 30 Days Without An Accident Welcome back to Dead Already, The Liberal Dead‘s Unofficial Walking Dead podcast! This week on the show, Jeff (@Jeff_FOTD) and Heather (@VDA_Net – curator of all things horror at Viewer Discretion Advised) dig into the Season 4 premiere, “30 Days Without An Accident”.