ZOMBPOCALYPSE NOW: THE WALKING DEAD Asks Us To Say “Yes”

Sadly, Mr. Smith is away this week, but Mr. Adair and Mr. Harvey still have things to say about this week’s #TheWalkingDead! It’s #ZombpocalypseNow!

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A Little BAD BLOOD and a Lot of Mind Games on BATES MOTEL

Chick Hogan, wanna-be true crime novelist, may be in danger of outsmarting himself on the latest BATES MOTEL, which features a bit of outlaw Romero, a sad ending (?) for Caleb, and lots of Chick Hogan mind games.

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Sparkle Motion Lives: DONNIE DARKO Returns to Theaters

Fifteen years after it appeared in theaters, DONNIE DARKO returns to the multiplex – or the art house cinema – in a 4K restoration courtesy Arrow Films.

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THE BELKO EXPERIMENT Red Band Trailer – Teamwork Makes the Dream Work?

2017 has brought a series of horror movies that’ve received both stellar box office and critical acclaim. Will the March release of THE BELKO EXPERIMENT be another win for horror?

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ZOMBPOCALYPSE NOW: The Walking Dead’s Quiet CALAMITIES

More Mr. Smith! Greater Digressions! The Adventures of Eugene! #TeamZombie talks about #TheWalkingDead on this week’s #ZombpocalypseNow!

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Norman and Mother Live La Vie en Rose on BATES MOTEL

While The Convergence of the Twain isn’t quite the epic clash of iceberg and Titanic described in Hardy’s poem, it does set several characters on the path towards inevitable conflict with Norman and Mother.

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Imaginary Mothers Never Let You Down on BATES MOTEL

BATES MOTEL begins its final season with Norman and Norma in a “Dark Paradise”, Romero in prison, and Dylan, Emma and their baby (!) safe in Seattle. How long with this happy state of affairs last?

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ZOMBPOCALYPSE NOW: With NEW BEST FRIENDS Like These…

Mr. Smith returns to #TeamZombie on this week’s #ZombpocalypseNow podcast! We talk about the latest episode of #TheWalkingDead and digress a lot. A LOT.

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If David Cronenberg and TREMORS Had a Baby, They’d Name It LITTLE HEAVEN

With LITTLE HEAVEN, author Nick Cutter takes his splatterpunk-infused horror into a 1980’s Western U.S. haunted by an inhuman, almost indescribable evil.

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