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  • Fantastic Fest Film Festival

    Fantastic Fest Film Festival
    Sept 24 - Oct 1, 2009 Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world. In years past we have presented the world premieres of THERE...
  • 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' by Seth Grahame-Smith

    Fiercely independent Elizabeth Bennet is known for her sharp tongue -- and her sharp dagger. That's what it takes to capture Darcy's heart in "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," the surprising literary hybrid by Los Angeles author and screenwriter Seth...
  • 'The Lost Collection: The Best Movies You Totally Forgot About'

    The '80s in Hollywood might officially be remembered as the age of Steven Spielberg and John Hughes, but there are plenty of people out there who'll say that their fondest movie memories involve lounging in their den with friends and relations, watching...
  • AMC's 'Walking Dead' has brains, heart and guts

    On a sweltering Saturday morning in early June, downtown Atlanta is looking much the worse for wear. Trash and ruined vehicles partially block the streets. Atop an abandoned military tank, some crows peck at a corpse. And then, of course, there are the...
  • 'The Crazies'

    'The Crazies'
    A lot of horror movies have gotten remakes in recent times, and this one also makes the list. In an almost-40-years-later revisiting of filmmaker George A. Romero's cult classic, a sheriff (Timothy Olyphant, "Justified") tries to prevent his entire Iowa...
  • The Crazies

    The Crazies
    3 Waffles (Out of 4) - You know how much I hate nepotism and would rather mock the rich and the famous than laud them or even give them the faintest of praise. However, I can't deny the obvious (and it is killing me to my core). The spawn of Michael...
  • Woody Harrelson gets horrified for 'Zombieland'

     
    Who knew Woody Harrelson, the star of "Natural Born Killers" and costar in "No Country For Old Men," had a squeamish side? It's all true, the 48-year-old native of Midland, Texas, tells Richard Abele in this feature that ran in......
  • First look: 'Cop Out' slightly ahead of 'The Crazies,' but 'Shutter' is on top again

     
    Warner Bros.' mismatched-buddy comedy "Cop Out" edged past Overture Films' horror remake "The Crazies" to be the top new movie playing nationwide this weekend, but Paramount Pictures' thriller "Shutter Island" remained No. 1 with a comfortable lead....
  • Can 'The Thing' remake help stop Universal's losing streak?

     
    Will there ever be light at the end of the tunnel? That's what everyone has to be asking at Universal Pictures, where the studio has been struggling for a year to dig itself out from the accumulated rubble of an......
  • It’s George A. Romero day here at Frankly My Dear…

     
    Prepping for an interview…another interview– with zombie king George A. Romero, whose Survival of the Dead opens Friday. He's been to Orlando a few times — speaking at Full Sail, for instance, conventions. Last time I chatted with him he...
  • George A. Romero–Legend of the Living Dead

     
    I've interviewed George A. Romero a few times over the years. For a guy of name and reputation, he's often seemed bitter, down on the business, at the trap his career tumbled into, at his inability to attract Hollywood attention in the latter years of his...