May 17, 2011 / 30655
As long as movies have existed, filmmakers have been telling horror stories. George Melies’ Le Manoir du diable, a silent, three-minute French film from 1896, is generally recognized as the first horror film ever made, coming just a few years after the medium was invented. Since then, horror films have undergone constant changes, growing in tandem with mainstream entertainment and doing their own part to advance filmmaking technology, push the envelope for what’s appropriate in film, and get people talking about movies. It’s probably fair to say that there have been dozens, if not hundreds, of horror films that have changed the genre in one way or another, but of all these, a few stand out as especially powerful, or gripping, or revolutionary. These are the films that didn’t just make a cultural impact or earn decent revenue; they redefined what horror films looked like, period. Read more …
October 22, 2010 / 1248
October 21, 2010 / 974
Director Don Lillie has a message for those who go to see “Night of the Living Dead” at Missouri Western’s Potter Theatre.
“I would suggest that the first three rows might come dressed in things they don’t particularly care about,” he warns. “We’ll just say that Gallagher would be proud.”
Taking his advice might be wise as the zombie classic comes alive on the stage from Oct. 28 through Nov. 1. The 1968 George Romero film inspired a play that has become a popular show in theaters throughout the country. With Halloween rapidly approaching, it seems like a great time for the folks at Western to embrace their inner-zombie. Read more …
September 15, 2009 / 9381
Death stories and zombies are so much in favor of horror movies. Most of them are bloody violated and it was a huge task to make zombie movies. In this movie Survival of the Dead (2009) is the most successful in making of grate zombies alive in action on the movie. It was based on a island where the dead mans becomes alive and the persons who wish to make living on this island found so much of difficulties to face with these fear of zombies and dead man’s are keep coming back for ravage and their blood taste for humans.
Survival of the Dead (2009) is full of action with flesh-eaters and in this movie it was not on the biggest challenge to keep the zombie away there was so much of other refugees and survivors to regroup as a team and all of their task is to start a new life. But in order to do that they must stop this dead man’s been alive but also in the movie some times it shows when some one they really loves dies they just have a simple hope of seen them as a zombie or becomes alive again. But though they have becomes alive it was not the love ones as they were expected and all of them are zombies to be hunted.
So much of fear and hunt of zombies are very much attractive and it was the adventure and thriller it makes with people who live with a hope of these undead mans can be stop by any day. How ever they need to find a way unless they are ruining out of weapons and traps to kill all the dead mans keep standing up from dead. Read more …
October 18, 2008 / 7829
The BEST Zombie Movies
These are the very best of the zombie movies. Serious zombies lovers be warned, most of these are humorous. I can’t choose a favorite so they are in random order! If you love zombies, these are ‘must sees’!
- Evil Dead
Evil Dead 2
Evil Dead 3 Army of Darkness
- Night of the Living Dead (Original)
- Dead Alive
- Return of the Living Dead
- Dawn of the Dead
- Cemetery Man
- Return of the Living Dead 2