Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015) Review

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When asking for comedy horror recommendations on Twitter I got loads of people mentioning two films Cooties, which I watched the other day and Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. Being as I watched one recommendation and enjoyed it why wouldn’t I listen to my Twitter horror followers and put this one on.

“I’d highly recommend anyone into comedy horror give this a watch”

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Sker House Book Review

I mentioned in my last review how lucky I am to get the chance to review some indie films, feature films and short films for free. I’ve also had some offers to review books, now I’m a slow reader so it takes me a while but here’s my first ever book review. Once again go easy on me, I’m sure they’ll improve the more I do! This one is Sker House by C.M. Saunders who you can find on Twitter @CMSaunders01

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The Blob (1988) Review

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When deciding what to watch one night I had this film in my head, I had watched it as a kid and as such couldn’t remember any of it at all other than it’s got a big blob in it. I had a quick look on IMDB and saw that it starred Kevin Dillon who I like from Entourage and Shawnee Smith who’s done a few things that I’ve enjoyed. So it was a good chance to see them at the start of their career.

“This film is worth watching obviously it’s not as scary as I remember it being when I was in my early teens but I guess that’s to be expected!”

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My American Horror Story Season Rankings

A few years ago my parents recommended that I watch a show called American Horror Story, I’m not too keen on ghost type things but decided to give it a go when I found out the second season would be completely different. Recently I’ve read a few articles where people rank the seasons and I tended to not really agree with any, so I thought I’d do my own article from worst to best season………

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The Strain Season One Review

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I decided to look for some decent horror series to watch and this one has vampires in it so surely that fits into the horror genre right? There doesn’t seem that many about, American Horror Story being the best one in my opinion. So we sat down and watched a couple of episodes a day to get the first season done and dusted so I could review it.

“The pacing of the show is really good, it answers questions but also adds a few more into the story. It never once frustrated me and I found that there wasn’t a single boring uneventful episode in this season.”

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Attack the Block (2011) Review

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I’d seen this before but a few days after watching the new Star Wars film I realised that Finn played by John Boyega played the main character in this film. I’d loved this movie first time round, (which me & Mrs AcidburnsHorrorShow watched in an a cinema with no one else there) so thought why not give it a watch and review it for the site. In some ways it flies under the radar a lot I never see it mentioned despite it being a damn fine film.

“If you’re into comedy horror/gore then this is a must watch film that I highly recommend you check out!”

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Cooties (2014) Review

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After watching a couple of comedy horrors  I took to Twitter to ask for some recommendations with most people mentioning this or Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. I decided to give this a watch first and will be watching the other one over the weekend at some point!

“go give it a watch the comedy elements are really well done and are the main focus of the film.”

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Walking Dead Vol.1 Review

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How many hours are in a day when you don’t spend half of them watching television?

When is the last time any of us REALLY worked to get something we wanted?

How long has it been since any of us really NEEDED something that we WANTED?

The world we knew is gone.

The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.

An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living.

In a matter of months society has crumbled.
no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV.

In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living.

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