Editor’s note: this review of AMC’s The Walking Dead will contain some spoilers. I will try to keep them to a minimum, but they’re be there nonetheless. You’ve been warned. After a ludicrous cliffhanger and a summer of wondering, The Walking Dead has finally returned, and frankly I’m left a little cold. I’m probably going… Read more »
I’m happily surprised that the second season of Fear The Walking Dead ended up being much better than the previous one. I’m also glad glad to report that I enjoyed going through fifteen episodes nearly as much as I struggled to watch the first season’s six. As it was many times pointed out on this… Read more »
Hey everyone. Due to some computer issues, I’m going to have to take next week off of the comic. I should have things sorted out soon, so we’ll continue as normal after that. And before anyone asks, yes, I did have a buffer. Unfortunately, I had chewed through that already.
Last call for 2016 summer flicks! All aboard! Today I’m here to make a review of a Korean movie any passer-by of this website should check out: Train to Busan. I mean we all love great zombie stuff, don’t we? I have to be honest, it’s a film I didn’t see coming. A friend of… Read more »
When it comes to hour-long horror-esque television shows on TV, The Walking Dead takes the cake. But when it comes to following up with something just as amazing after the Dead credits start rolling, it’s a lot easier than just resorting to Fear the Walking Dead marathons. From possessed preachers to retired superheroes, TV has… Read more »
Hey everyone! First of all, I want to say thank you all so much for your patience while I worked through the work stuff that’s been tying me up for the last… well, the last while. I’ve got good news for everyone who has been waiting patiently for more Bricks of the Dead: it will… Read more »
One of the things I really like about the zombie genre is how versatile it is. Naturally, most zombie stories are going to start with horror at their base, although exceptions certainly exist. That said, writers build on the foundation of horror in all sorts of interesting ways. Over the years, I’d read zombie war… Read more »
Reading through End Time, I began to wonder whether the author, Daniel Greene, happened to be a fan of George R.R. Martin. I suspected this because the book uses a lot of Martin’s storytelling techniques, and largely to good effect.When I finished the book, I wasn’t surprised to see Martin’s name among the writer’s influences… Read more »