A glowing review for the 2015 zombie horror film ‘The Rezort.’ 6.5 out of 10 stars! Overall, an action-packed film with a solid production value and well-rounded believable characters.
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“We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.”
A book review on Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies.
“This book posed some amazing questions about society and basic human life. I think it was a really fresh way to read a story about zombies. Admittedly, I watched the movie first and that made me want to read the book, but I have to say that I liked the book much more than the movie.
I think R was such an awesome main character, it was so fun to be inside a zombie’s head. However, I didn’t like the character Perry. I hate how his voice was stuck in R’s head, I didn’t really care that much about Perry’s backstory or his life goals. I was more interested in R’s life and his thoughts and I think that Perry’s thoughts got in the way.
Overall I think it was a sweet story with splashes of gore. It made me sit back and think about some deep questions about the joys of life and the problems in society. I recommend this book for any zombie lover or really anybody!”
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The apparent Greek mythological origin of vampires. A love story between Ambrogio and Selene from the ‘Vampire Bible’ or the ‘Scriptures of Delphi.’ This myth aims to describe how the first vampires were created.
Zombeastic’s exclusive interview with Zombie Research Society’s editor in chief, Luke W Boyd. Read Luke’s thoughts on the current state of the horror genre and how zombies fit into the bigger picture. Also don’t miss his list of top zombie films!
Interview with indie Sci-fi and fantasy author, Tracey Ward. Find out more on how Tracey merges her writing over many genres and the importance of a solid book cover. Tracey also speaks on her journey to self-publication and how she sought to accurately portrayed mental illness (in the middle of a zombie outbreak)!
A debate as old as time, which film is better the original or the remake? Weigh in on whether the Spanish hit REC or the American version Quarantine is better (since they both follow the same storyline)? Or if a Hollywood version was even needed in the first place!