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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]

Handling the Undead (2024) – Movie Review – Flickering Myth

Handling the Undead, 2024.Written and Directed by Thea Hvistendahl.Starring Renate Reinsve, Anders Danielsen Lie, Bjørn Sundquist, Bahar Pars, Jan Hrynkiewicz, Dennis Østby Ruud, Bente Børsum, Olga Damani, Inesa Dauksta, and Kian Hansen. SYNOPSIS: 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. W...[Read More]

Handling the Undead Review: Realist, Harrowing Zombie Tale – Paste Magazine

In the pilot of Six Feet Under, the patriarch of a family funeral home business dies and his subsequently attended to by his son. All the undertaker’s embellishments that have become routine for the younger mortician—the embalming, the cossetting, the dressing of the corpses—are suddenly harrowing and inhumane. The disguises one puts on death to soothe the bereaved become perverse and transparent ...[Read More]

‘Handling the Undead’ Review: A Gentle, Contemplative Approach to a Zombie Story – We Live Entertainment

[embedded content] While the title of the new film Handling the Undead might present itself as yet another zombie horror fest, that would only partly be correct – which is a good thing. Actually, it’s the best thing. Director and co-writer Thea Hvistendahl uses the zombie genre not for visceral thrills but for a meditation on grief and letting go. This is a drama through and through. It’s the quie...[Read More]

Zombie Defense Codes (May 2024) – The Escapist – The Escapist

Jovan Krstić Jovan, a Codes Writer at GAMURS, applies his extensive gaming background and research skills to uncover every available code. His gaming interests span genres such as racing, horror, first-person shooters, and RPGs. Outside of work, he enjoys competitive gaming in Destiny 2, ranking up in EA FC's Ultimate Team, and playing Overcooked 2.

Pilot TV Podcast #288: We Are Lady Parts, The Veil, And The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live. With Guests Vicky McClure And Nida Manzoor – Empire

We Are Lady Parts is back, back back! And to celebrate, writer and creator Nida Manzoor is on the show talking to Helen O’Hara. Plus Vicky McClure is also with us this week, chatting Insomnia on Paramount+. Meanwhile, James gets to zombiesplain his little socks off as we tackle the latest Walking Dead spinoff, The Ones Who Live, which brings Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira back into the fold, and...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 6’s latest teaser trailer is heavy on analogue horror and creepy mannequins – PC Gamer

Black Ops 6, the latest military first-person shooter to roll along the Call of Duty conveyor belt, has graced us with another teaser trailer. Like the first teaser which dropped last week, the video is comprised mostly of live-action footage. But there does appear to be at least one, tiny, snippet of gameplay footage in there, and it suggests that we're in for a pretty weird time.Titled "Open You...[Read More]

Brad Pitt’s 2013 Mediocre Horror Movie Is Now on Netflix – imdb

Netflix’s weekly arrivals keep replenishing the streaming’s collection of old flicks, and now it’s time for Brad Pitt’s sci-fi horror from 11 years ago to see the light of day once again.The movie’s initial theatrical performance back in 2013 sparked a lot of heated discussions about whether it’s really worth everyone’s attention, and Netflix viewers are about to give an update with their opinions...[Read More]

Oldboy (2003) – WTF Happened to This Horror Movie? –

The WTF Happened to This Horror Movie series looks back at the 2003 South Korean film Oldboy, directed by Chan-wook Park [embedded content] It’s time for another episode of the WTF Happened to This Horror Movie? video series, and with this one we’re looking back at director Chan-wook Park’s 2003 South Korean film Oldboy (watch it HERE) – a movie that has not only been ranked on lists of the Gre...[Read More]

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