Keyword : Zombie
An interview with the writer, exec producer and director of the low-budget, indie Canadian horror film, Yesetrday.
An interview with creator of the British low-budget (or is that no budget?) zombie film Colin.
An analysis of the sociological oriented Canadian horror film, The Descendant.
Writer Michael Bloom looks backward from George Romero's latest (and fifth) zombie opus, Diary of the Dead, to understand how Romero once again reconfigures the zombie film he helped formulate.
Review of the recent Spanish entry into the burgeoning 'reality horror' subgenre, [Rec].
A festival report on the 20th installment of the Leeds International Film Festival.
An interview with director, cast and select production people of the refreshingly original indie horror film, Shallow Ground.
I was fortunate to catch this low budget chiller at a late night screening at Montreal’s Cinema du Parc theatre on April 23, 2004. It had been a long time since I had seen this film, but for reasons soon apparent, it has remained finely etched in my memory.
Sometimes it is a fine line between homage and imitation. With the plentiful allusions to George Romero’s classic zombie trilogy (Night of the Living Dead, 1968, Dawn of the Dead, 1979, and Day of the Dead, 1985) the line is perilously treaded in Danny Boyle’s latest pseudo zombie, science-fiction action thriller 28 Days Later.
Fantasia, in its 6th year, continues to grow and mature as an important and eclectic film festival.
Offscreen presents for the first time in its orginal English language, this revised version of an essay that appeared in a French translation in Séquence magazine in 1995. Read on to see how Peter Jackson revolutionized horror (or comedy?) with his startling early feature films.
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