An urban legend for the video game age, a family of zombies in the woods, and an uncut classic in its native language
Considering it largely disregards the ideas that made its predecessor so interesting, Contracted: Phase 2 works much better than expected.
The novelty of combining classic romance fiction with horror elements can only carry the film so far.
On the fourth day: video-game documentary Man vs. Snake; French body-horror Evolution; and Danish zombie flick What We Become. Evolution (France; Lucile Hadzihalilovic, 2015) Co-written and directed Lucile Hadzihalilovic, one of Gaspar Noé's occasional collaborators (she participated in Enter the Void, but I won't hold that against her), Evolution seems to have a polarizing effect on … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day Four
A dark and grim entry in the zombie-apocalypse canon, but aficionados may find it a bit too light on the shambling flesh-eaters
Imagine a zombie movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Whatever you imagined, it wasn't anything like Maggie.
The freshest and most original zombie movie to come down the pike in a dog's age. Don't let it slip under your radar.
Its own special brand of terrible
A zombie movie that takes the novel approach of presenting the plague as an STD