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Ghouls and Zombies (supernatural entities)

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  • ZooBoo kicks off at the Indianapolis Zoo Friday

    ZooBoo kicks off at the Indianapolis Zoo Friday
    Get the little ghouls and goblins ready! Halloween is just two weeks away but the celebration has already started. ZooBoo kicked off at the Indianapolis Zoo Friday.
  • Video/Q&A: 'The Cabin in the Woods' director/co-writer Drew Goddard

    Video/Q&A: 'The Cabin in the Woods' director/co-writer Drew Goddard
    Stop what you’re doing, horror movie directors, “The Cabin in the Woods” director/co-writer Drew Goddard isn’t buying. “I can tell when a group of characters are supposed to be friends but don’t care about each other....
  • Top five family-friendly Halloween events

    Top five family-friendly Halloween events
    Now that there is a chill in the air and the dark clouds are hanging low over the horizon, it is starting to finally feel like fall in San Diego. But in order to really get in the Halloween spirit, we must channel our inner fears and embrace our worst...
  • 'Warm Bodies' review: A nice, caring zom-com

    'Warm Bodies' review: A nice, caring zom-com
    *** (out of four) Picture a zombie shuffling around a post-apocalyptic society, mumbling not “Brainssssss,” but “Heartsssss.” Not because he prefers to eat hearts, but because he wants to revive his own. In writer-director...
  • 'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2

    'Warm Bodies': Zombie love runs hot and cold ★★ 1/2
    The tween-minded zombie romance "Warm Bodies" pulls a comic-romantic twist on a genre better known for its entrails. It is narrated by the undead fellow known as R, played by Nicholas Hoult, soon to be slaying giants in "Jack the Giant Slayer." The...
  • Man About Town: Fear and priority passes in zombie land

    One of the first things you have to realize about zombies is that they drool blood, which must be hell on the dry cleaning. Never date a zombie, not even over a cup of coffee, unless you're one of those women with a bad boy/blood complex, in which case...
  • A day in the life of a zombie writer

    A day in the life of a zombie writer
    I climb out of the car, step into damp October leaves and stare up at the Logan Square apartment building across the street. A chill rushes up the street. I notice a man standing in the front yard, shuffling back and forth. He does not appear rabid. He...
  • How do I deal with separation anxiety?

    How do I deal with separation anxiety?
    I have developed separation anxiety for the first time in my life. In the 10 years I've been dating I've never been one to be overly attached to my mate. I mean I'm full of affection and miss my beloveds when we're apart but this time it's different. My...
  • 'ParaNorman' review: The best animated movie since 'Toy Story 3'

    'ParaNorman' review: The best animated movie since 'Toy Story 3'
    ***1/2 (out of four) Eleven-year-old Norman (voiced by Kodi Smit-McPhee) did not ask for the ability to see and communicate with ghosts. Why would he? This young horror film fan surely would have seen “The Sixth Sense” and known that Haley...
  • 'ParaNorman' is another boy with ghost trouble ★★★

    'ParaNorman' is another boy with ghost trouble ★★★
    Here's the historical designation of the new animated film "ParaNorman": It's the third feature made in the painstaking stop-motion process — consciously unrealistic, herky-jerky and rough-hewn, in the George Pal "Puppetoons" or Tim Burton "Corpse...
  • ‘The Walking Dead’: More memorable than what’s at the multiplex

     
    I went to see “Flight,” a fine movie with Denzel Washington in one of this best performances. It's a rarity to see a movie that's so adult, personal and well done at the multiplex. Go. You'll be moved. But television has no difficulty...