Remember Dr. Logan from Day of the Dead? Most of the characters in that film didn’t like his unorthodox methods, but I wrote an essay in defense of him.

Dr. Logan is no more mad than the others who are forced to survive, but instead of succumbing to the reach of the zombies as Miguel does, or attempting to find a sense of order within the chaos like Sarah, Dr. Logan uses his expertise in the medical field to decipher a way to reverse the zombification process, or at least nullify it. It is, in a sense, a coping mechanism; like Sarah, he believes he is doing something that could prolong survival.”

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Locker 13 is an anthology film with four stories that are just a bit too long.

 Review here

Locker 13 is an anthology film with four stories that are just a bit too long. Review here

I was curious about TNT’s new show The Last Ship, so I decided to investigate.

I was curious about TNT’s new show The Last Ship, so I decided to investigate.

Alright, a new blog layout means a new entry in Viewer Vomit! This film club pick is Moon of the Wolf, a TV movie from 1972 that’s available on Netflix Instant.

Your task is to watch the film, write a review, and post it to your website or blog. Send me the link by April 20 and I will include it in a list underneath my own review, hence part of the Viewer Vomit film club. Have questions? Ask me below.

gravesandghouls:

The Munsters trick or treat bag

gravesandghouls:

The Munsters trick or treat bag

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Nosferatu (1922)


There was one Halloween I spent away at college where there was nothing to do, so I popped in Nosferatu. It wasn’t the best Halloween I’ve ever had, but it would definitely have been the worst without Nosferatu.

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Nosferatu (1922)

There was one Halloween I spent away at college where there was nothing to do, so I popped in Nosferatu. It wasn’t the best Halloween I’ve ever had, but it would definitely have been the worst without Nosferatu.

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