Today, we will be discussing a holy grail of mine for some time. Being one of my favourite Japanese horror films (and something I refuse to shut up about), Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies (2001) is an incredible reimagining of the zombie genre, full of both excessive carnage and atypical storytelling to create a
The Rage Part II is a 2023 British zombie horror, written and directed by Joshua Cleave. After studying film and television production at Leeds Metropolitan University, Joshua went on to write and direct several award-winning short films including The Lolly Ranger (2014), Time (2015), as well as the multi-award-winning horror film and prequel The Rage
Due to the oversaturation of the genre, you are bound to come across many zombie films you know nothing about beyond containing some form of undead. Sadly, these entries in the genre are often marked by a mundanity or a quick turn of the buck (much like ‘shark’ films) where creativity and ingenuity seem absent.
It was about halfway through watching Rob Jabbaz’s debut feature The Sadness that I realized I was in the hands of a maniac. Taipei resident Kat (Regina Lei) is hiding in a hospital waiting room and watching an emergency broadcast when a drooling, laughing man shoves a grenade into the president of Taiwan’s mouth on
There are a number of different things that can separate anime fans in their enjoyment of the medium; sub or dub, manga or anime or the go-to for any DBZ fanatic – Can they beat Goku? However, one thing that certainly divides the community is the inclusion of excessive fan service. Though the name would
While zombies have traditionally been mostly influenced by Western culture, the zombie sub-genre has been getting a resurgence these past few years thanks to South Korea. Zombies are some of the most beloved monsters of horror cinema, from the early George Romero films that started with Night of the Living Dead in 1968 to the