And that’s a pretty solid choice, if you ask us.
The final chapter in the legendary filmmaker’s saga is finally stalking its way to the screen.
Last weekend in Monroeville, Pennsylvania the Living Dead Weekend took place at the now infamous Monroeville Mall.
Day of the Dead (1985) is one of the most interesting zombie films. The isolation of being stuck in a bunk while hordes of zombie roam freely, wanting to eat brains is terrifying.
A release years in the making, Donald Rubinstein's 1981 score is, at last, available in two exclusive colored variants from Scare Flair Records.