TIFF 2019's Midnight Madness opener Blood Quantum is a Canadian zombie horror film set in an isolated Mi’gmaq community. Watch Jason Gorber's video review!
It’s a No-Budget Nightmares first! A sequel! Moe and Doug return to Argentina to check out the midpoint of the beloved Plaga Zombie trilogy: Zona Mutante!
It’s the zombie apocalypse... in Canada! NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES looks at the first film in Brian Clement’s MEAT MARKET trilogy
Drew Barrymore's new Netflix show Santa Clarita Diet is a zany mix of comedy and horror, but is there enough meat on this bone to chew on?
Dork Shelf and THE LASER BLAST FILM SOCIETY want to send you and a guest to a very special holiday screening of the “sci-fu-splat” flick TEDDY BOMB!
Dead Rising 4 has zombies and Christmas, but fails to deliver much holiday cheer.
The sci-fi fantasy anthology The Dungeonmaster (aka Ragewar) is the first film that can truly be called an Empire Pictures picture.
On their premiere episode for Dork Shelf, Moe and Doug waste away in 2007's Necroville! It’s Ghostbusters meets Shaun of the Dead – except with more giant chainsaws, hipster vampire masters, and falling pianos.
MachiaVillain looks like the perfect combination of a responsible career path and classic Hallowe’en costumes. It’s like if Don Hinson put you in charge of a low rise in Amityville.
Maggie plays around with zombie movie tropes and has some good performances, but that's overshadowed by a dingy aesthetic and the cliches they didn't manage to avoid.
Hinterland's upcoming survival game makes a bigger impact with the weather than most games do with the undead.
Doc of the Dead Nightvision Let’s face it, the walking (un)dead are everywhere these days, from Brad Pitt blockbusters and cuddly slippers to porn parodies and shooting ranges. The smelly masses of corpses have never been more popular, so a documentary like Doc of the Dead was inevitable. This is the definitive documentary guide to […]
Night of the Living Dead Live not only pays homage to the seminal zombie film, but also asks the question: if the characters had done things differently, would they have survived?
DayZ creator Dean Hall has only killed once in his own video game. This is an oddity because the world of the multiplayer zombie apocalypse mod for ARMA II is cutthroat. Stories of being taken hostage by other gun-toting players, ambushed by bandits and picked off by camping snipers are rampant, more so than tales of zombie-related mayhem.
With Gamercamp 2012 now officially almost half over, the Dork Shelf team reports on day one of the Toronto-based video game culture festival. Zack Kotzer, Jonathan Ore, Eric Weiss, and Wesley Fok round up today's busy schedule.