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20 horror movies from the ’90s that are still as scary as they were then
20 horror movies from the ’90s that are still as scary as they were then
The decade that gave us dial-up internet and the “Rachel” cut remains one of the most fertile and influential eras in the development of horror cinema. Although the ’80s are easy to generalize as the era of iconic slashers such as Freddy and Jason, ’90s horror doesn’t lend itself to such convenient categorization.  From the self-aware genr...
The best and worst weapons to wield in the zombie apocalypse
The best and worst weapons to wield in the zombie apocalypse
If you’ve ever thought about the zombie apocalypse at some point in your life, you’ve probably also considered which tools you would want to bring with you. We all know it would be smart to grab batteries, medical supplies, lighters, flashlights and any other items to keep handy, but which thing are you reaching for when you need to kill a zombie trying to make you join the ranks of the undead? Wi
Coheed And Cambria have Santa ditch the “Toys” to save the world
Coheed And Cambria have Santa ditch the “Toys” to save the world
Neo-classic rock masters Coheed And Cambria released the video for “Toys,” a track from their 2018 Unheavenly Creatures album. The clip, titled “The Unheavenly Christmas Carol,” was developed by C&C CEO Claudio Sanchez and directed by Alek Wasilewski (Lucky Day Forever). The six-and-a-half-minute ...
‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ originally used “boring” zombie obsession for plot
‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ originally used “boring” zombie obsession for plot
10 long years after the first movie came out, we're finally getting a sequel to Zombieland and according to a premiere crowd, Zombieland: Double Tap it's well worth the wait. While fans are pleased with the outcome of the new film, director Ruben Fleischer told Bloody Disgusting there were a number of different scripts over the years that could have been the final outcome. Fair warning to anyone r
Weezer get dark, face zombies on new song from ‘Black Album’
Weezer get dark, face zombies on new song from ‘Black Album’
"Die, die you zombie bastards," sings Weezer's Rivers Cuomo throughout the veteran alt-rock band's spry new song, the latest from their upcoming Black Album, due out March 1, 2019. Preorder it here and hear "Zombie Bastards" below. Read more: Millie Bobby Brown clarifies 'Stranger Things' post And while the zombies from Cuomo's songbook may be figurative, the band promise thin