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- Ranking The Core Resident Evil Games
- Face Off! Independence Day Versus War Of The Worlds
- The History Of Dark Shadows
- Why Outcast Could Be The New Walking Dead
- Terror On TV! Zombies Versus Smurfs!
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With the announcement that Resident Evil 7 is officially on the way, Bloody Disgusting’s Jonathan Barkan ranks the core, numbered games in the series.
To celebrate July 4th, Arrow In The Head’s Cody Hamman pits Independence Day against the other big budget alien invasion movie of the last couple of decades, War of the Worlds.
Legendary vampire television show Dark Shadows turned 50 this year. Starburst’s Ed Fortune takes a look back at the long running show.
The newest television show from the mind of Robert Kirkman—creator of The Walking Dead—has just hit our screens. Empire offers its thoughts on why Outcast could be as big as his previous monster hit.
Yes, you read that correctly. Zombies versus Smurfs! Shock Til You Drop’s Chris Alexander looks back at the zombie apocalypse Smurf style.
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