The Man who Killed Hitler and then Bigfoot is one hell of a title. It tells you the plot of the film, it tells you the scope of the film, it tells you the time period of the film, it tells you the characters in the film but what it doesn’t tell you is how […]
“Before men there were the Elder Gods. Using magic mankind pushed them into another dimension locking them away for eternity. But they found a way back.”
The 2009 parody novel by Seth Grahame-Smith, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies came about when a shrewd book editor decided to combine a list of populist horror characters, fanboy favorites and geek culture icons with public domain books whose copy write had expired meaning they could be rewritten and reimagined without any dispute.
How do you make the tired and overdone genre of found footage fresh again? The Paz brothers provide an answer with JeruZalem there extremely innovative horror that uses wearable technology to offer a first person frightener with an action packed apocalyptic plotline.