Tags : night of the living dead

Low budget, huge scares

In horror films, cheap thrills are just as good as expensive ones. You don’t need a huge budget to scare your audience senseless. Take the new British chiller HOST, described by Dread Central as “the scariest film of the past decade” – it all takes place on a laptop screen, and features a handful of […]Read More

JD’s Revenge (1976) Review

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.Read More

George A. Romero 1940-2017

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 […]Read More

Birth of the Living Dead (2013) Review

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. Read More