Top 5 Horror Villains that Won’t Die

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We all have people in our lives that just won’t go away. We try to block them out of our memories, but time and time again they keep showing up and keep bothering us. This is also true in regards to horror movie villains. In almost every horror movie the villain never dies with the first shotgun shell to the head, or even when he is strangled until he stops moving. Somehow the villain always … Continue reading

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 3)

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 3)

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 2)

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 2)

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 1)

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28 Days Later (2002) Movie Poster (Version 1)

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Comic Review: 28 Days Later – Issue 7

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Issue: 28 Days Later #7 Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Declan Shalvey Colors: Nick Filardi Letters: Ed Dukeshire Editors: Ian Brill Cover Artists: Tim Bradstreet, Sean Phillips Publisher: Boom Studios Release Date: February 2010 Pages: 24 Price: $3.99 “The new heart-stopping ongoing from BOOM! continues! Great Britain is quarantined. The Infected overrun the land. What the world doesn’t know is that uninfected people are still trapped inside. They live, although in no way resembling their … Continue reading

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A Dummies Guide to Zombies! Part 1

“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.” Zombies are linked to the basics of human nature, they play upon our fears of infectious disease, death and turn our switches on to the need to survive. They are the walking dead, following their basic instincts, which is to feed. They are de-evolution at it’s finest and most of the time no one knows how the infection spread but it spread … Continue reading

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Film Review: 28 Weeks Later (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: Six months after the rage virus was inflicted on the population of Great Britain, the US Army helps to secure a small area of London for the survivors to repopulate and start again. But not everything goes to plan. REVIEW: With it’s debut feature “28 Days Later” setting such a high mark AND being directed by top notcher Danny Boyle, fans were wondering if its sequel could deliver the same dose of excitement. This … Continue reading

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Film Review: 28 Days Later (2002)

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SYNOPSIS: Four weeks after a mysterious, incurable virus spreads throughout the UK, a handful of survivors try to find sanctuary. REVIEW: Taking on a film like “28 Days Later” is more like an invitation to write about what makes a great movie. And let’s make no mistake. “28 Days Later” is a great movie! I wouldn’t say that I’m surprised or that you should be as director Danny Boyle has always been somewhat of a … Continue reading

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Book Review: 28 Days Later – Issue 5

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Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Marek Oleksicki Colors: Nick Filardi Letters: Ed Dukeshire Editors: Ian Brill, Matt Gagnon Cover Artists: Tim Bradstreet, Sean Phillips Publisher: Boom Studios Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 24 pages Price: $3.99 “They are trapped among The Infected. They have no supplies. Most of their crew has been killed. Selena, Clint and Derrick must get to London, but will they make it? Selena knows how to survive, but that … Continue reading

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Book Review: 28 Days Later – Issue 4

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Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Declan Shalvey Colors: Nick Filardi Letters: Ed Dukeshire Editors: Ian Brill, Matt Gagnon Cover Artists: Tim Bradstreet, Sean Phillips Publisher: Boom Studios Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 24 pages Price: $3.99 “Selena and her new comrades have faced the Infected, but how will they fare against all the firepower used to enforce the U.K. quarantine? The pulse-pounding conclusion to the first story arc ends here, and the crew … Continue reading

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Book Review: 28 Days Later – Issue 3

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Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Declan Shalvey Colors: Nick Filardi Letters: Ed Dukeshire Editors: Ian Brill, Matt Gagnon Cover Artists: Tim Bradstreet, Sean Phillips Publisher: Boom Studios Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 24 pages Price: $3.99 “The film that changed horror forever continues here! It doesn’t matter who you are or what you did; if you are infected, Selena will give no mercy. Selena teaches the rest of her team the cold, hard … Continue reading

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Book Review: 28 Days Later – Issue 2

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Writer: Michael Alan Nelson Artist: Declan Shalvey Cover Artists: Tim Bradstreet, Sean Phillips Publisher: Boom Studios Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 24 pages Price: $3.99 “A new ongoing series! 28 DAYS LATER comes to comics as an ongoing series, connecting the film 28 DAYS LATER to its sequel 28 WEEKS LATER! Focusing on Selena, one of the three survivors of the first film, as she embarks on an epic journey of her return … Continue reading

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Book Review: 28 Days Later: the Aftermath TPB – Author Steve Niles

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Written by Steve Niles Edited by Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Dennis Calero , Diego Olmos, Nat Jones, Ken Branch Published by Harper Paperbacks Publication Date: 2007 Format: Color – 112 pages Price: $17.99 From Fox Atomic, comes a graphic novel based on the hugely popular film by the same name “28 Days”. This version titled: “After Math” follows the creation of the rage virus from laboratory to final release. As the future has come upon … Continue reading

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List: Top 10 Zombie Films worth your time

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I sit to begin this list with the background noise of Romero’s Day of the Dead playing, and it’s a great flick to have as motivation for putting together a list like the one I’m about to compile. It’s not a part of this list, which is no slight; this list isn’t necessarily about the best, most common or most loved zombie flicks. If it was, Day of the Dead would probably be around #6 … Continue reading

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