Thursday, September 29, 2011

17 Television Commercials Featuring Zombies

Is it me, or does there seem to be a proliferation of zombies in commercials lately?

Over at you can watch 17 of the best of those commercials.  Then, when you're through, add the site to your own blog. Or, better yet, sign up to receive their daily email of the latest horror news.

Have fun!

Monday, September 26, 2011

Monday Movie Review - DYLAN DOG

I reeeeealy wanted to like this movie, and in some ways I did. It's very tongue in cheek, and Brandon Routh looks hawt, especially with his shirt off. But for some reason it just fell a bit flat.

Routh plays Dylan Dog, a protector of the dead, including vampires, werewolves, zombies--you know, the usual. But a past personal incident has made him swear off the job, and instead become a normal private investigator tracking unfaithful spouses and such.

Right off the bat his close friend and partner is killed, along with a very prominent man, and immediately Dylan realizes the two deaths are related. Soon afterward, his now undead partner emerges to rejoin him, and the rest of the movie is a visual connect-the-dots taking the viewer from one locale to another, since this all takes place in New Orleans.

To me, the best part of this movie was Marcus, the undead sidekick, played by Sam Huntington. There's a lot of wise-cracking going on. The gore is minimized, which is surprising considering the theme of the movie. The whole thing is played for laughs, even though most of the jokes fall flat.

However, I know that, eye candy-wise, when it comes on one of the movie channels, I'll probably watch it again. Which why my recommendation is that you also

Saturday, September 24, 2011


I don't know if this is a real working model or what, but it creeps me out.
Found here.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Baby Doll

If you're not familiar with Deviant Art website, please check it out. But be prepared to spend HOURS there looking as some fantastic artwork.  This one is entitled "Baby Doll", and it's by ~Leshii203.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Monday Movie Review - APOLLO 18

My first impression? It's sloooooooooooowww.
My second impression? It's "Paranormal Activity" on the moon.

Three astronauts go to the moon on a secret mission from the Dept. of Defense to plant spy bots on the moon (as opposed to launching the bots into space as satellites.) The two that land to do the grunt work come across some implausible and indistinguishable tracks other than their own, and then realize there is someone...or something...else there with them.

I have to give kudos to the actors who did their best. Having unknown actors (to me) play the parts always help with the buy-in factor. But some of the scary parts just didn't feel scary enough to me. The gore is minimal. The effects were terrific, and for the most part I truly felt like I was watching gathered and edited footage. But for all its hype and anticipation, I wasn't really satisfied once it was over. But in all honesty I can't condemn this film.

Therefore I'm carving a new tombstone for my recommendation. 

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Horror 4 Sale

 Each magazine is $3, which includes postage. Click here to see what each magazine contains, to place an order, and to see what else I have to offer!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

In the Mood for a Snack?

(Psst! If you don't get the movie reference, google Soylent Green starring Charlton Heston!)

Monday, September 12, 2011


There's a new show on TV, on the MTV channel, called DEATH VALLEY. The premise is simple: a few years ago zombies, vampires, and werewolves invaded Los Angeles, forcing the police to form the UTF, the Undead Task Force.

It's a comedy. It's a mockumentary. It's COPS vs the paranormal. It's only a half-hour show, and a ton of fun.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Living With Fear

A very good message.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Monday Movie Review - RED STATE

I <3 On Demand.

Red State is billed as a horror movie, and in some cases it is. But it's also a very political movie, with a lot of thought-provoking moments.

Michael Parks is the leader of a group (mostly family members) of worshippers who abhor anything that is forbidden by their religion. Parks is phenomenal in this role as the scripture-spouting head of this fundamentalist sect.

The blurb for this flick states that 3 boys from a small town are lured to a trailer on the outskirts. There they are promised 3-on-1 sex with a lusty older woman after they drink the prerequisite 2 beers. What they don't know is that the woman is the daughter of the the leader, and they are going to be made examples of what happens to boys who sin.

The gore is there and very blatant as the boys fight for their lives. And when the town's sheriff is brought into the melee, he calls in government reinforcements, namely John Goodman, who does the best damn acting job of his life, in my humble opinion.

The emphasis of the movie is on the overall mindset of this church and its disciples. The horror is what extremes people will go through to protect or prove their beliefs. And that's why my whole-hearted recommendation is that you

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Lego Zombies!

Thursday, September 1, 2011