I have always viewed zombies as a next step of human evolution. If you think of zombies, they’re perfect organisms that don’t age or suffer from disease. Their drive is more in tuned with nature in the sense that they only eat and stay dormant. They obviously don’t kill each other and disregard things like race, religion or political position. They aren’t using up resources like oxygen, water or causing traffic that makes me late for work! Zombies are the ultimate progression in mankind.
What if the spawn of your loins turns out to be a monster? A ravaging creature addicted to blood and terror?
Sure it’s not pinhead ripping someone into pieces with hooks or soul devouring demons from a basement but it’s great for a small child.
This is technically my official review of The Nun.
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon is an amazing movie that dwells in the world of the slasher. Yet brings it into a scientific, oddly logical and legendary status. Like Cabin In The Woods did to all things horror, Behind The Mask does so with just the slasher genre yet differs that there’s…
On HMM Day 17 we dive into the horror/lore film The Hallow.
It’s Christmas time in Kingston Falls and Randall Peltzer has the perfect present for his son Billy. A cute little creature known as a mogwai.