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Review: The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

The inevitable zombie apocalypse will be upon us sooner than we think. Many of us think about what weapons we’ll use to battle them when it happens, and sometimes think about where we might hold up to defend ourselves from them, but what happens after that? How will we communicate with other survivors? Where will we get electricity? Luckily Simon Monk thought about these things and put them in The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse for us to have at the ready when the time comes.

Review: Revelation Trail

In the Old West, a couple are bitten by an undead assailant, leading a town to be overrun by zombies. As the residents attempt to battle back, the only survivors are a preacher and a law man, who are forced to traverse the wilderness as they attempt to battle their demons and find safety.

Review: Zombie Massacre

There’s a special kind of movie that comes from filmmaker Uwe Boll. Fairly considered the dregs of the cinematic world, Boll has even challenged critics to boxing matches to defend his films. While those are generally the films that he directs, Zombie Massacre answers the question of what kind of film Uwe Boll would produce and “present.”

Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

In Regency era England, a plague spread across the land. The infected dead walked the Earth, attempting to consume the living and infect them. The only one prepared for their arrival in the English countryside was Oscar Bennet, who must train his five daughters to battle the undead army as their mother attempts to marry them to proper English gentlemen. And so opens Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls.