Stakes out its own fresh place in an SF subgenre that is well played out, and rehumanizes it ways that are both extraordinarily moving and deeply unnerving.
There’s nothing fresh or even usefully true in its cartoonish dichotomy about men, but this pseudo-SF flick will expound upon it with pretentious tedium.
Because I hate the little blue buggers, I could not refrain from indulging in some mad Photoshop science on ’em.
Apocalyptic tales are always popular, for many reasons, but is there something so particularly appealing about zombie apocalypses that now we’re starting to see not only zombie comedies and zombie action horror but zombie dramas?
So, I’m not really seeing so much that’s new in this The Walking Dead thing yet. Except that it’s pretty gory not only for TV but also for some zombie movies I’ve see. Seems to be lots of lingering on head shots and blood spurting out in slow motion. Monty Python’s Sam Peckinpah would be proud.
In Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D, the 187th installment in the series, Milla Jovovich continues kicking zombie ass in… and this time it’s in 3D! This flick sprang from (among other films)…
Take a break from work: watch a trailer… I liked this better the first time around, when it was called The Stand. Or 28 Days Later. Or Dawn of the Dead. Or Mulberry Street. Or the Resident Evil movies. No, scratch that: I don’t actually like the Resident Evil movies. Still, I have this terrible … more…