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Do you love abandoned places? I do. In fact if I had my dream filmmaking gig, I'd take Ron Fricke (Baraka) and his too-amazing-to-use cameras and spend the rest of my days shooting abandoned places. Okay, it's a dream, it's supposed to be self-indulgent.



Over the last few years, I have been pretty much universally disappointed with the horror fare making its way across the screens of the American Multiplex. It shouldn’t be surprising to me Most of the iconic horror that I can think of came out of the minds and pockets of smaller visionaries who were forced (by budget) into the arms of invention.

Upcoming Horror Hodge Podge

For the first time in a good long while there are a few horror films on the way that may actually get me to the theater. I have avoided horror on the big screen for sometime because of a hex I can't seem to break. No matter how I map it out I seem destined to get stuck behind the full grown man with a middle school kid's brain. The one who just can't handle his anxiety without broadcast, you know him...

"Oh shit, dog!"
"Dog, I wasn't scared, dog!"
"Oh shit!"

How I learned to love the Eurozombie.

In 1980, director Andrea Bianchi and writer Piero Regnoli teamed up to cash in on the post-Dawn’ zombie market. What resulted is a movie that even some hard-bitten Euro-zombie lovers place alongside Jean Rollin’s “Zombie Lake” and Jess Franco’s “Oasis of the Zombies” as the worst that living dead cinema has to offer.

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