TIFF 2018: ‘Endzeit (Ever After)’ Is A Feminist Zombie Phenomenon

The 2018 TIFF selection, ‘Endzeit,’ presents a decidedly feminist viewpoint towards the inevitable zombie holocaust and a unique visual style.

The Week In Horror: ‘True Detective,’ ‘C.H.U.D.,’ ‘The Rain,’ + More

This week, we’ve got ‘True Detective’ updates, casting news that isn’t casting news, something brewing in the sewers, flesh-munching at Netflix, and more Stephen King.

The “Grotesque” Cost of Survival on Fear The Walking Dead

  On the last episode of Fear the Walking Dead our team was split up in the melee of Daniel’s death and the burning down of Thomas’s home. While Travis tries … Continue reading The “Grotesque” Cost of Survival on Fear The Walking Dead

Marie Gilbert Interviews Zombie Portrait Artist, Rob Sacchetto

I love zombies and because I do, I get to meet a lot of talented people who also share this love for the shuffling dead. I first took notice of … Continue reading Marie Gilbert Interviews Zombie Portrait Artist, Rob Sacchetto

In The Flesh S02 E01: Season Premiere

What is it with our fascination with the shuffling, rotting, dead people? Do zombies help us deal with our own unavoidable appointment with death? Maybe… maybe not, but you have … Continue reading In The Flesh S02 E01: Season Premiere

The Walking Dead S04 E16: A

Season four has kept us on the very edge as we followed Rick’s scattered team through back roads, golf walkers, fog walkers, dirty diapers and a sociopath kid. Carol’s back, … Continue reading The Walking Dead S04 E16: A

The Walking Dead S04 E15: Us

What can I possibly say to explain last week’s heartbreaking episode? I’ve always felt that humanity’s biggest threat for surviving life is humanity itself; we are our own worst enemy. … Continue reading The Walking Dead S04 E15: Us