Tag Archive | tony schaab

G.O.R.E. Score: Last Hope

Original Release Date: January 1, 2010 Publisher: Apricot Alliance As a reviewer of “all things zombie,” I see a lot of the same types of stories come across my desk, with a lot of the same archetypes used for the main characters in these tales.   Reluctant hero turned badass with conveniently perfect aim.  Hot girl […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Dead Men Walking

Release Date: October 25, 2005 Run Time: 82 minutes Claustrophobia sucks. I’ve never been officially diagnosed with the actual phobia, but I’ve got it, at least a low-level version.  I remember it first manifesting way back when I was in Boy Scouts as a young pre-teen; my troop went on a spelunking expedition to a […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Planet of the Vampires

Original Release Date: October 27, 1965 Run Time: 88 minutes Yes, I realize what the title of this movie is.  No, this site hasn’t changed away from all-zombie reviews.  Yes, I hate the concept of Twilight just as much as you do.  No, this film really isn’t about vampires, but rather creatures that more closely […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Morgue of the Dead

Original Release Date: February 20, 2010 Publisher:  Lulu.com “Morgue of the Dead,” the 2010 self-published debut novel from author L.A. Taylor, is an intriguing read, and the book is going to make for an even more intriguing review.  Normally I begin most of my reviews with a side story or some general thoughts on a […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead

Original Air Date: 2008 (online and local TV) Run Time: 24-50 minutes per episode (8 episodes) As a multi-Dead Letter Award winner, I have a special place in my heart for me fellow DLA honorees, both those that also won this year and those that were graced with the honor in previous years.  This year, […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Faith and the Undead

Original Release Date: May 29, 2010 Publisher: Library of the Living Dead Press It can be a dangerous undertaking to mix religion with – well, with almost anything.  In fact, I know a lot of people and institutions that straight-up refuse to try and introduce anything even remotely religious into any other aspect of their […]

Guest Review: Jonathan Maberry

Guest Review by Jonathan Maberry   Hello all!   I’m delighted to be a guest reviewer here on the G.O.R.E. Score.  And thanks to Tony Schaab for the weirdness that is MAY-Berry Month here on the site.  There are some disturbed individuals associated with this site—staff and readers; but luckily various forms of treatment are […]