REview: Black Summer, Season 2 (2019- ) | The Dead Don’t Skip Cardio

Part of what bothers me about the current iteration of zombie – popularized (and ruined) by Zach Snyder, which is par for the course – is that they veer from the blueprint, the Bible, written by George Romero, who proclaimed from the mount that was Night of the Living Dead (1968) that ‘Zombies don’t run, […]

Review – Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018) 

While you can get away with calling Day of the Dead: Bloodline a ‘reimagining’ of George Romero’s classic, there’s nothing ‘bold’ about it (in fact, it’s such a loose interpretation that ‘Generic Zombie Thriller’ would work just as well). Part of what made Romero’s movies so horrific (in the best possible way) was his penchant […]

Mom and Dad – Official Trailer

A lot of people seem to take a perverse joy in watching Nicholas Cage overacting style of acting, but it typically it doesn’t move me. Though what’s worse is that it feels to me Cage is being mocked, which is sad becaus he clearly trusts in his directors enough that he’s willing to swing for […]

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter – Teaser Trailer

Did you know that George Romero (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, The Dark Half-one of the better adaptations of a Steven King story) was in contention to direct the first Resident Evil movie before Paul W.S. Anderson was chosen? That the father of the modern day zombie movie somehow couldn’t approach a […]

Fear The Walking Dead: Nick’s Escape – Teaser Trailer

A teaser trailer for Fear The Walking Dead, the companion series to AMC’s The Walking Dead, has turned up, and I am a bit concerned in that I have no idea what’s going to differentiate it from the series that spawned it. They appear to be going the route of using the trailers to individually introduce significant characters, […]

Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead -Review

“Apparently, No One Told Director Tommy Wirkola That Sometimes Too Much Is Just Too Much.” Have you ever known a person that you enjoyed being around, despite that they always seem to try way too hard to be the center of attention? You may like them as an individual, but wish that they would just tone […]

‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ Review

“Paul W.S. Anderson is a successful director, yet paradoxically many of his films are barely watchable.” I have read that George Romero was originally offered the first ‘Resident Evil,’ though his treatment of the property was eventually rejected.  It’s worth noting that I haven’t read or seen that treatment, so I have no basis for […]