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5 Cheesy Films for Christmas

Published on December 17, 2010 By Fox

Yeah, we said Christmas. Not that we take some issue with that “war on Christmas” garbage, but there isn’t exactly a cornucopia of Kwanzaa or Hanukah horror flicks. Get on that, other filmmakers who aren’t me! Anyway, here’s a list of five cheesy flicks you should check out as you open presents  by that crappy […]

5 Things I Hate About Recent Horror Movies

Published on December 3, 2010 By Fox

To go along with Zombie Cat contributor Gary Hamrick’s recent angry rant about how much he hates “horror movies,” I’d like to present my own feelings on the subject. Gary’s column, while incendiary, isn’t completely off base. Most horror fans have felt for a while that not enough strides have been made to further the […]

Why Filmmakers Should Watch Bad Movies

Published on November 12, 2010 By Fox

A friend and colleague of mine always scoffs at my love of bad cinema whenever it comes up. “Why would I want to watch bad movies?” he says with a snicker. “I want to make good movies, so I watch good movies.” Unfortunately for my misguided friend, he’s human, just like me. And like all […]

What It Takes to be a Zombie

Published on August 27, 2010 By Fox

This is a reprint of an article from Zombie Cat Productions. Much has been said on the measure of a man. But what about the measure of a zombie? Every time a new movie that comes out which features a bunch of “somethings” that used to be people attacking a group of real people, it’s […]