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Andrew Gilbert’s Indie Zombie Film ‘Infected’

Andrew Gilbert’s indie zombie film ‘Infected’, also known as ‘The Dead Inside’, follows a group of survivors in a suburb during the spread of fast moving global zombie pandemic. The group finds shelter in an empty school, but as supplies dwindle and frustrations build members of the group begin to turn on each other. Those […]

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Flesh Without Soul by Pochassic

Flesh Without Soul is the debut novel of author Pochassic. The book is different than many of the books I’ve reviewed here on ZADF because unlike many in our beloved sub-genre of zombie fiction, this novel is complete. It doesn’t attempt to jump start a series, it’s a stand alone story which is incredibly unique. Book […]

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The Creators Of ‘Some Kind of Hate’ Promise To Give Us A New Female Version Of Freddy

Adam Egypt Morter has a new slasher titled ‘Some Kind of Hate’ and it’s star, Moira, promises to give the men of horror a run for their money. That’s right,  Moira is female villain/killer that aims to enter the ranks of Jason, Freddy and Michael. Moira, played by Sierra McCormick, doesn’t kill randomly she’s out for […]

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Uli Edel’s ‘Pay the Ghost’

Uli Edel, the director behind the series ‘Houdini’ (starring Adrien Brody), has begun production of his latest film titled ‘Pay the Ghost’. This paranormal film was written by Dan Kay, and will have an all star cast including: Nicolas Cage (Ghost Rider), Veronica Ferres (The Devil’s Violinist), Lyriq Bent (12 Monkeys), and Sarah Wayne Callies, who […]

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‘The Nightmare’ A Documentary By Rodney Ascher

Imagine that as you slept, you sensed something in the darkness, but  you are paralyzed and helpless, as a shadowy entity comes closer to you, welcome to the world of sleep paralysis. In Ascher’s documentary, titled ‘The Nightmare’ he explores the phenomenon of sleep paralysis and recreates the atmosphere and terror that the victims experience.  Often […]

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