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Year Of The Vampire: The Last Man On Earth Was The Vampire Gateway To The Zombie Apocalypse

(Welcome to Year of the Vampire, a series examining the greatest, strangest, and sometimes overlooked vampire movies of all time in honor of “Nosferatu,” which turns 100 this year.)”The Last Man on Earth,” the first film adaptation of Richard Matheson’s watershed 1954 vampire novel, “I Am Legend,” has the feel of a midnight movie, something […]

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Fear The Walking Dead Season 7 Trailer: The Apocalypse Was Bad Before The Nukes

If you grew up in the ’90s and you had phenomenal taste in film soundtracks, you might have owned a scratched-up CD of “Batman & Robin: Music from and Inspired by the ‘Batman & Robin’ Motion Picture.” Therein, just before Bone Thugs-n-Harmony insisted that you “Look Into My Eyes,” The Smashing Pumpkins tapped into the […]

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‘Apocalypse ‘45’ Captures the Horrors Of World War II With Unforgettable, Heartbreaking Images [Review]

World War II does not require a formal introduction. The worldwide conflict claimed approximately 75 million lives from 1939 to 1945, and its ramifications continue to affect the nations involved decades later, especially on a cultural level. As the country infamous for dropping two atomic bombs on a pair of Japanese cities—a choice that ended […]

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‘Now Apocalypse’: Gregg Araki on Grinding Out His Dream and Writing an Even Wilder Season 2

Gregg Araki always wanted to make a TV show, but he knew it wasn’t going to be easy.“This show is really my dream show,” he said of his Starz series “Now Apocalypse.” “It’s something I’ve wanted for a long time.”“Now Apocalypse,” a half-hour comedy about four young friends trying to navigate love, sex, and fame […]

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‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’ Premiere Review: A Mixed Bag of Meh

Be aware there are spoilers for the American Horror Story: Apocalypse premiere, ‘The End‘. Beneath the baroque aesthetics and Grand Guignol displays, American Horror Story has always pressed on the raw nerves real-life horrors of life in America. Murder House addressed school shootings, Coven hinged on a hideous act of on-campus sexual violence, and last […]

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TV Bits: ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’, ‘Baywatch’, ‘Disenchantment’, ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse’, and More

In today’s edition of TV Bits: American Horror Story: Apocalypse gets a teaser and some casting news Baywatch is getting remastered in HD An update about a Slaughterhouse-Five TV adaptation Stephen King‘s The Stand is in development as a CBS All Access show Mickey Mouse is being honored with a primetime TV special The Man […]

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