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Okay, today’s Hell Plaza Oktoberfest review here at The Bits is Adam’s look at Robert Hartford-Davis’ 1968 film Corruption, starring Peter Cushing and now available on Blu-ray from Grindhouse Releasing!
Also today here at The Bits, I’ve turned in my review of a film that I found to be the biggest surprise of the summer blockbuster season: Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim, which streets on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD from Warner Home Video next Tuesday (10/15). It’s a great darned movie that I’m betting is going to pick up a huge cult audience on Blu-ray, so don’t miss it! [Read on here…]
[Editor’s Note: This column contains spoilers for the first three seasons of the series. Proceed with caution!]
The Walking Dead is a show about more than just zombies.
Behind some of the violence and gore, The Walking Dead is about friendship and trust in a new society of a post-apocalyptic world. Right from the first episode, individuals come together to survive against an endless army of undead. They don’t trust each other yet but learn to adapt at a time when society has been extinguished from what they’ve known before. Soon, a large family unit has risen from a world crawling with zombies. [Read on here…]