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‘Handling the Undead’ Review: When the Dead Don’t Die – The New York Times

A zombie movie is wrapped in a gentle tale of mourning and love.The yearning to reverse death is baked into human nature, a longing to defeat evil, to set things right, to conquer mortality. In “Handling the Undead,” that desire is the fruit of great love. Who hasn’t, upon losing someone, wished desperately for just one more chance to see them, hold them, tell them how much they mean?“Handling the...[Read More]

‘Mister Rogers’ a Serial Killer in New Horror Movie? –

Claim: The late children’s television host Fred Rogers’ personality will be adapted for a horror film called “Rogers” in which his character is a serial killer. On May 23, 2024, a Facebook post from the page YODA BBY ABY claimed that comedy actor Fred Armisen will s...[Read More]

George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead Could Have Featured White House Zombies – Syfy

Director George A. Romero didn't set out to make a zombie franchise when he helmed Night of the Living Dead in 1968. He was just trying to make a satisfying film, which helps explain why it took 10 years for the first sequel to materialize. After that sequel, 1978's Dawn of the Dead, proved to be successful, he went looking for a third film story, with more than a few detours along the way.Though ...[Read More]

Handling the Undead Review –

From the Let The Right One In writer, this rethinks zombies and provides a dissection of life after loss and what it truly means. PLOT: On a hot summer day in Oslo, the dead mysteriously awaken, and three families are thrown into chaos when their deceased loved ones come back to them. Who are they, and what do they want? REVIEW: Zombies have had a prominent place in horror for nearly a century. ...[Read More]

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