Halloween 2K17: A Review of “Plague of the Zombies” (1966)

I think Plague of the Zombies is to Hammer Studios what Tomb of Ligeia is to American International Pictures. It was a temporary relief from the dark, dreary, claustrophobic castles and mansions that so many of their wonderful Gothic horror stories demanded. Both films make use of the outside, opening the gates to more sunlight…

Halloween 2K17: A Review of “King of the Zombies” (1941)

King of the Zombies is definitely one of the most unique zombie films I have ever seen, mainly due to the way that WWII served as the backdrop to the story, and actually involved a character named Admiral Wainwright (could this have been a shake-up of General Jonathon Wainwright?). We begin when a plane is drawn…