City of the Living Dead

In Lucio Fulci’s City of the Living Dead, a strung out Margaret Atwood-looking medium (pictured, right) is operating a séance in New York City. It’s a scene made all the more otherworldly by both the ADR not matching the moving mouths (Italian style) and when one of the attendees, Mary, experiences a hellish vision: a priest swinging fromContinue reading “City of the Living Dead”


“Bash her head in. OK, that was a bit harsh but we know what happens next.” Indeed. And we as viewers know the road-map fairly well too. Antisocial though, offers up a scenic route of hallucination and social media to make it marginally stand apart from its virus zombie brethren. Set on New Year’s Eve, with the neo-GothicContinue reading “Antisocial”