As a fan of the Blaxplotation genre I was more than excited to discover Arrow Video were releasing a rarity from the exploitation genre JD’S Revenge and even better it had a horror twist little did I expect it to be a highly interesting and intellectual tale of revenge, race and undead gangsters.
On this sunny Monday in July I woke up to find that the George A. Romero the Godfather of the Dead had sadly joined his greatest creation in the afterlife. Romero passed away after a “brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer” surrounded by the ones he loved and listening to the score of one […]
Everyone knows that George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead is a great zombie movie but few probably realise how important it is not only to horror but in regards to cinema as a whole and what a massive impact it had on its audience as a reflection of the turbulent times on its initial release in 1968.
Everyone loves zombies and to celebrate The Horror Channel are letting the dead walk in and take over with their Season of the Dead of double bills in April with 5 UK TV premieres including Stage Night of the Dead and Cowboys and Zombies.
From this week Xbox LIVE users will have access to critically acclaimed horror documentary ‘Nightmares in Red, White and Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film’ on Zune Marketplace, free for a limited period starting from February 24th.