Tag Archive | zombie movie review

G.O.R.E. Score: The Quick and the Undead

The Quick and the Undead (2006) Original Release Date: December 5, 2006 Run Time: 78 minutes I’m sad to report that the second member of the MoSSZMFfaDA fared about as well as the first. For those of you who haven’t heard about it in my previous entries, the MoSSZMFfaDA is short for “Motherload of Semi-Sketchy […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Invasion

Invasion (2007)   Original Release Date: Septbmer 5, 2007 Run Time: 81 minutes (65 actual mins.; see below) Ever have a book, movie, etc., that you learned or heard a little bit about in advance? You still don’t know much about the piece of work, but the little anticipation bug has been planted in your […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Resident Evil: Afterlife

Original Release Date: September 10, 2010 Run Time: 97 minutes A new “Resident Evil” movie has been released, you say? The fourth installment of the now-inaccurately named “Alice Trilogy” starring Milla Jovovich, you say? Shot in amazingly-amazing 3D, you say? Stop writing this review using inane semi-rhetorical questions, you say? If you’re reading this review, […]

G.O.R.E. Score: Pontypool

Original Release Date: March 6, 2009 Run Time: 95 minutes When spending a few moments recently aimlessly surfing the online zombie boards and forums, as I tend to do in the vast majority of my ever-dwindling free time, I kept stumbling across the same word, a word that didn’t make any sense to me: Pontypool. […]

G.O.R.E. Score: The Serpent and the Rainbow

Original Release Date: February 5, 1988 Run Time: 98 minutes Wes Craven is a horror machine. With over 50 different films that he has either written or directed, spanning from 1972’s “Last House on the Left” (which he wrote and directed) to next year’s “Scream 4,” the man has been an amazing presence in the […]

G.O.R.E. Score: I Sell the Dead

Original Release Date: January 16, 2009 (USA) Run Time: 85 minutes Lately horror fans have been treated to an influx of decidedly above-average smaller, or “independent,” film releases. Offerings like “Dead Snow,” “Let the Right One In,” and “Pontypool” have shown fans of the genre that, thankfully, there are filmmakers out there that are bucking […]