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Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead to receive prequel film and anime series Zack Snyder will be returning to the realm of the undead for ARMY OF THE DEAD, and it would seem that Netflix is already looking to turn the film into a franchise. It was announced today that Netflix is developing two new projects set in the world of ARMY OF THE DEAD with an untitled film prequel as well as an anime series. "I’m incredibly excited for the opportunity… Read More...

Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead to receive prequel film and anime series Zack Snyder will be returning to the realm of the undead for ARMY OF THE DEAD, and it would seem that Netflix is already looking to turn the film into a franchise. It was announced today that Netflix is developing two new projects set in the world of ARMY OF THE DEAD with an untitled film prequel as well as an anime series. "I’m incredibly excited for the opportunity… Read More...

Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead to receive prequel film and anime series Zack Snyder will be returning to the realm of the undead for ARMY OF THE DEAD, and it would seem that Netflix is already looking to turn the film into a franchise. It was announced today that Netflix is developing two new projects set in the world of ARMY OF THE DEAD with an untitled film prequel as well as an anime series. "I’m incredibly excited for the opportunity… Read More...

Stephen King is always working on something. The prolific master of horror seems to churn out a book every few months, firing away at one tale of terror after the next, with no signs of slowing down. King is such an institution that he can probably get literally anything published at this point, even a grocery list. And while King will continue to thrive as long as he’s typing away, and publishers will continue to eat it up, he’s not above waxing hypothetically about books he’ll probably never write.

What Critics Said About The Original ‘Friday the 13th’ They Said What?! is a biweekly column in which we explore the highs and lows of film criticism through history. How did critics feel about it at the time, and do we see it differently now? Chris Coffel explores. Following the success of John Carpenter’s Halloween, many filmmakers attempted to cash in at the box office by mimicking the landmark slasher. None did a better job than director Sean S. Cunningham, who partnered with writer Victor Miller to craft a tale about a group of summer camp counselors who are brutally murdered as they prepare to reopen a long-abandoned camp.

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