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    9 Great Monsters from the 21st Century

    The 1980s saw a huge surge for monster design with some of the most iconic monsters in film history coming out of that one decade, unfortunately the advent of CGI have not been too kind to movie monsters, and many of the CGI creations of the past twenty years have been totally flat. The genre […] More

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    Physicists at CERN Produce ‘Decay’ at the Large Hadron Collider

    I’m not sure you’ll find a story more tailored to geek-kind than this. Today, a group of physicists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, have released online for free, a feature length zombie movie they filmed at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva Switzerland. Decay, a micro-budget horror film set among the underground […] More

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    Improvised Zombie Weapons Poster

    The Tumblr round-up is a compilation of images, links, posters, stories, videos and so on, taken from the Sound On Sight Tumblr account. We simply do not have the man power nor time to write articles on every interesting movie related goody we find, so this is our way of still promoting some of the […] More

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    The Walking Dead, Ep. 2.11: “Judge, Jury and Executioner”

    The Walking Dead, Season 2, Episode 11: “Judge, Jury and Executioner” Written by Angela Kang Directed by Greg Nicotero Airs Sundays at 10pm ET on AMC Parts of “Judge, Jury, and Executioner” hum along better than most Walking Deads in recent memory, but a few things are still amiss. Credit where credit’s due, though: Dale […] More

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    Fantastic Fest 2011 Announces First Wave of Programming

    The Fantasia Film Festival kicks off today with the Canadian premiere of Kevin Smith’s Red State, and now we’re already looking ahead at another major film fest. Fantastic Fest is one of the best film festivals in the states. Held in Austin Texas at the Alamo Drafthouse, the event screens nothing but the best in […] More

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    Toronto After Dark 2010: Doghouse (Review #1)

    Doghouse Dir. Jake West (2009, UK, 89 mins.) One thing should be said from the outset: this film is about cannibalistic, man-hating, female zombies hell-bent on wrecking a boy’s weekend out. If you found any part of that offensive, then move on to something else. Doghouse does not just throw political correctness out the window. […] More

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    Surviving the Dead

    In 1968, director George A. Romero transformed cinematic zombies from a bunch of brain-damaged Haitians working on farms to a cannibalistic apocalyptic plague with Night of the Living Dead. The influential film was also helped solidify horror as a genre which filmmakers could experiment with fantasy as social allegory, draping metaphor in flayed skin and […] More

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    Trailer: The Revenant

    Earlier this year Nigel Hamid our Toronto correspondent wrote a review raving about  The Revenant, the new film by director D. Kerry Prior. The film played with Dead Snow in a double feature at the 2009 After Dark Film Festival and received the Silver Award for best independent feature film. The film also had a […] More

  • Podcast (REwInD): Episode #20 – Zombies in Pop Culture

    With our recent podcast review of Zombieland (and other zom-com faves), I thought it might be nice publish an older episode of Sound On Sight (then called The Naked Lunch) when we discussed zombies in pop culture. Here it is! Episode 20 hosted by myself and my former co host, Jason Martineau. Listen now! listen […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio #159 – Zombieland

    The eating of human flesh is one of the last great taboos in Western society, despite the fact that the world’s hunger issues could be easily be solved by eating everyone who looks like they taste of Popeye’s chicken. Perhaps that’s why zombie films are so popular, as they touch on deep-seated, primal fears. As […] More

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