In last few years America have zombie fewer. If you don’t believe me just check all of the television shows and top movies having zombies as main plot you you will see i am right. If you are part of the new zombie edge and you planning the trip to zombie walk, we have awesome article for you. In the following article you will see the step by step process that creators of the Walking Dead use to create zombies for their own show. If you are creative and have a lot of free time and money, you can try this and impress your friends at the upcoming Halloween…
Guillermo del Toro presents one of New Movies DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK, a horror film starring Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison, directed by Troy Nixey. Based on the 1973 telefilm that del Toro believes is the scariest TV production ever made, the story follows Sally (Madison), a young girl who moves to Rhode Island to live with her father (Pearce) and his new girlfriend (Holmes) in the 19th-century mansion they are restoring. While exploring the house, Sally starts to hear voices coming from creatures in the basement whose hidden agenda is to claim her as one of their own.
We all know their names and their iconic films, but did anyone think they would make it back to the big screen ? I didn’t and I certainly didn’t think all four of the most famous horror film makers would make a comeback all in the same year !
Hammer House of Horror is Back….
“The X-Files” is the massive hit cult TV show that graced our screens on September 10th 1993 and it still has a huge fan base today, 17 years later.
So for those that have never seen or heard of “The X-Files” (where were you?!) this is how it kicks off…
I don’t think anyone expected a Devon Sawa horror movie to be so inventively thrilling or launch a franchise that is still slashing teens 10 years later. I also believe that, in some small way, “Final Destination” opened the door for “Saw” since it introduced the creative kill, one-upmanship genre that “Saw’s” exploited to the tune of $342 million.