dawn of the dead Archives

George A. Romero and the Invention of the Zombie as We Know It
Dawn of the Dead was about the dead-end emptiness of materialism and American consumerist society Once Romero hit upon that framework, all his zombie movies were explicitly sociopolitical commentaries Even Robert Kirkman's claim that The Walking Dead had no subtext or theme was not true – the series is really about the tension between savagery[...]
Dawn Of The Dead 4k Blu-ray Details Released By Second Sight
Dawn of the Dead, the 1978 classic version directed by the late George Romero, is getting a 4K Blu-ray release on October 26th Both a 4K version and a regular Blu-ray will be available Both are crazy loaded with special features And when we say loaded, we mean exhaustive These are the most definitive versions[...]
Assorted-Zombie-Busts-Trick-or-Treat-Studios
The first one is from one of the most iconic film featuring zombies with Dawn of the Dead From the Italian circuit, House by the Cemetery, Zombie Holocaust, and from the Lucio Fulci's horror trilogy Zombie. Trick or Treat Studios is really bringing the dead to life with these busts Each one carries its own characteristics[...]
Dawn of the Dead Collage
Dawn of the Dead is getting the One:12 Collective figure treatment from Mezco Only not just one figure, a two pack! Flyboy Zombie and the Plaid Shirt Zombie are going to come packaged together, available for preorder now Not much in the way of accessories will come with these guys, just Flyboy with a pistol[...]
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Jason Friday the 13th Part IX: Jason Goes to Hell Jason X Wes Craven's New Nightmare Child's Play Curse of Chucky Cult of Chucky Annabelle Thinner Dreamcatcher Dawn of the Dead (04) Land of the Dead (05) House of the Dead 1&2 House on Haunted Hill (99) Return to House on Haunted Hill House of Wax (05) Hellbound: Hellraiser II Army of Darkness Van Helsing Lake Placid Slither The Leprechaun Film Series Some good stuff in there, but[...]
'Bite' Review: A Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland Romp From K.S. Merbeth
[rwp-review id="1"] Somewhere between Mad Max and the zany humor of the original Dawn of the Dead, K.S Merbeth's book Bite is a dark and fun read. Yes, it does deal with horrible things such as abuse, murder, assault, and cannibalism in a serious way; but it does so without turning into a grim and dour read[...]