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Zombie Attacks

World War Z is a weighty drama disguised as a summer blockbuster

By Alex Bentley

Zombie movies have been around for almost as long as the medium itself, but it wasn’t until George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead that they started to go relatively mainstream. Still ...


Emily Hagins and Tony Vespe, director & star of Grow Up, Tony Phillips, on Halloween & forgoing college

By Jacob Hall

Grow Up, Tony Phillips is director Emily Hagins' fourth film and her second film to play at SXSW. Not too shabby for a 20-year-old filmmaker fresh out of high school. The story of a high sc ...


Zombies in love: Warm Bodies is unlike any romantic comedy you've ever seen

By Alex Bentley

If you’re going to make a zombie-centric movie at this point, you’d better have something special. Straight-up horror movies are a dime a dozen — and now outdone by TV's  ...

Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom

Blue Theatre

In an unnamed, familiar suburban housing division the kids are fixated on an online horror video game. As the sirens get louder and things go missing, their parents begin to realize that the game i

weekly recap

This Week's Hot Clicks: Serious zombies, serious drugs, serious coughs and more

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Can we get another three-day weekend, please? We never stop here at CultureMap, even for a good old fashioned barbecue. Thus we wrote and wrote over the holiday weekend, and you sure did read.  ...

dead scary

Mondo Mystery Movie IX: Or, how I learned to stop living and attack a bus full of movie fans

By Jacob Hall

Not to try to influence your decision or anything, but this Mondo Mystery Screening is probably the biggest thing the Drafthouse has ever pulled off. If you miss this, you'll probably regret it ...

Night of the Living Dead

Move over vampires, zombies are reclaiming the supernatural throne

By Minh Vu

These days, it seems vampires are taking a back seat in pop culture. The days of sparkling nightwalkers can thankfully, be put behind us. Zombies are coming back in full force as they begin their m ...


Monsters gone soft: Drive and the state of genre film

By Duncan Carson

We used to have real monsters. Genre films, B-movies and drive-in fare, where somewhat competent audience surrogates were picked off one by one, by barely-glimpsed otherworldly beings—either ...

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