The Dead List, a horror anthology release from High Octane pictures out this May, is a rickety roller coaster ride of low-budget terror, that straps the viewer in for high-concept Hollywood nightmare fuel. The twisted minds of writer/director Holden Andrews and his collaborators pay homage to classic horror of the 80’s and 90’s, while upping the fear factor with their own brand of scares.
George A. Romero, the Hollywood horror director best known for his zombie movies, passed away this weekend. His best-known work, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead, was created with friends on a crowdfunded budget of $114,000. He was inspired by Richard Matheson’s book I Am Legend, and based the storyline on what must have happened at the beginning of the apocalypse instead of after.