Night of the Living Dead

  • The Franchise Files – Day of the Dead (1985)

    The Franchise Files returns this week with Romero’s third installment in his Dead franchise, trading in neon pink blood for something much more dark and repulsive. Originally intended to be the Gone with the Wind of zombie movies, Romero’s Day of the Dead was conceptualized as a sweeping horror epic, but what he ended up producing...
  • The Franchise Files – Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Sometime during the year of 1974, George Romero paid a visit to the Monroeville Mall in Pennsylvania, invited by a friend whose company took part in managing it. The building was full of shoppers. They seemed blissfully ignorant of anything that was going on in the world outside of...
  • The Franchise Files – Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    In a world where The Walking Dead continues to consume pop culture, it’s hard to imagine a time where zombies did not exist in the way we know them today. They’re everywhere. They’re sometimes cute, like in Plants versus Zombies. Other times, they’re hilarious, like in Fido. But in 1968, they existed in a form...
  • Sad Geeky Films

    Yeah, I know – the headline “sad geeky films” isn’t much for clickbait. But, there are a lot of geeky films that are depressing to watch or, dare I say it – be called tragedies. The next time you need a movie that matches your mood, here are some...
  • The Geeked Gods Interviews: Matt Summo and Double Take Comics

      The Geeked Gods Interviews: Matt Summo and Double Take Comics Find Double Take Comics at www.doubletakeuniverse.com– The first two Issues of each series is free to read on the site. Matt Summo can be followed on Twitter @mattmanbegins writer of Dedication Dedication 1-4 can be found at your LCS or...