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  • Emily Martin
    Published about an hour ago
    Streaming Services That Are Most Beneficial for Your Watching Style

    Streaming Services That Are Most Beneficial for Your Watching Style

    Below I have highlighted prices, specialties, popular genres, and additional notes on popular TV and Movie streaming services. With this information, I was able to choose two services that I wanted to pay for that are within my budget of $15 or less per month.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published about 3 hours ago
    'The Haves and the Have Nots' Season 7: What to Expect

    'The Haves and the Have Nots' Season 7: What to Expect

    The finale of The Haves and the Have Nots on July 2, 2019 left viewers wanting to know more about many unsolved issues surrounding three Savannah, Georgia, families: the Cryers, Harringtons, and Youngs.
  • Matthew Trundle
    Published about 20 hours ago
    My Top 10 All-Time Favourite Episodes of the Simpsons

    My Top 10 All-Time Favourite Episodes of the Simpsons

    The Simpsons in its heyday produced some of the most subversive, absurd and outright hilarious sitcom episodes of all time and narrowing down my top ten has been so difficult and over time I will probably change my mind. There will of course be some contentious opinions as many iconic episodes- there are probably about fifty or more classics- and you could really choose anything between seasons three and eight and they'd be nothing wrong with any of your choices. The ranking may see absurd at times and will be incredibly debatable but that's the problem when a show was so consistently great as The Simpsons was in the 90s and rest assured there will be nothing from season 9 and onward.
  • Valerie Frankel
    Published about 22 hours ago
    Why Did Mrs. Maisel Destroy her Life?

    Why Did Mrs. Maisel Destroy her Life?

    At the end of season two, Mrs. Maisel got her big break, what every star dreams of. Even after she’s given the final slot in a telethon after everyone has tuned out, famous singer Shy Baldwin admires her act and wants her to open for him on his six-month tour. Now, Shy Bladwin is big time (he’s also fictional, unlike Lenny Bruce). He often performs with Moms Mabley, a real comedian known for her forthright, boundary-pushing act. Midge also reveals that her mother is a huge fan, and when Shy sings “Younger than Springtime,” the audience is enthralled. One potential analogue is Harry Belafonte, the popular entertainer who gave Moms her first television appearance. Shy and Midge travel together and get to trusting each other quite a lot. Meanwhile, Shy’s agent notes that Susie’s faith in Midge could be a problem. “Smells like trouble…Just means you can't be objective,” he notes. This, of course, is foreshadowing.
  • Amy King
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Award Shows

    Award Shows

    The red carpet. The paparazzi and press. The witty presenters. The dress. The celebrity couples.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about 24 hours ago
    Best Cosplayer Interviews of 2019

    Best Cosplayer Interviews of 2019

    Greetings, Vocal readers. 2020 will be here before you know it, so before 2019 comes to an end, here’s a look back at some cosplayers I was fortunate to interview this year. I’ll have more interviews coming in the New Year, but before I go any further, I want to let everyone know that if you liked any of my articles I’ve written this year, please feel free to send me a one-off tip, which is located at the end of every article. No tip is ever too big or small. It’ll help me and other Vocal readers to write better stories. So without further ado, here are some amazing cosplayers that I’ve interviewed this year, in no particular order.
Staff Picks
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 3 days ago
     Remembering Some of Big Bird's Best Moments

    Remembering Some of Big Bird's Best Moments

    On December 8, 2019, the world lost another icon when Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who first brought the classic characters of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch to life, passed away at the age of 85.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 5 days ago
    'South Park' Vs. 'Family Guy': 5 Times 'South Park' Went Too Far (& 5 Times 'Family Guy' Did)

    'South Park' Vs. 'Family Guy': 5 Times 'South Park' Went Too Far (& 5 Times 'Family Guy' Did)

    There's no denying the battle for the thorny crown forged from crude jokes and exploitable boundaries is still up for grabs. That's something we've been watching both South Park and Family Guy fight over for just shy of twenty years now. That's pretty impressive considering both iconic shows have, at times, pushed the boat out so far as to turn one too many heads and begin to question their careless propaganda. But, that being said, fans have enjoyed many years of watching the two factions hash it out over who gets the most despicable material past the boards.
  • Kadeem Hosein
    Published about a month ago
    The Royal Ballet's 'The Sleeping Beauty' Review

    The Royal Ballet's 'The Sleeping Beauty' Review

    A heritage work and a celebration of classical dance, The Sleeping Beauty remains close to the heart of the Royal Ballet. Tchaikovsky’s score, expertly conducted by Simon Hewett, tugs at the child within. Many recognise this music from Disney’s acclaimed 1959 animated film of the same name.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published about a month ago
    5 True Facts About James Earl Jones

    5 True Facts About James Earl Jones

    James Earl Jones is perhaps one of America's best-known, and most talented, actors. He's starred in iconic roles, set the bar with his performances, and he is immediately recognizable no matter what he's appearing in. However, while his face and voice are unmistakable to the movie-going public, there are a lot of things that Jones has done which his fans might not know about.
  • Pam Jannes
    Published about a month ago
    Five of the Best Disney Fan Recreations

    Five of the Best Disney Fan Recreations

    Disney fans are some of the most dedicated fans in all of Hollywood. Maybe it’s because we start watching Disney movies at such a young age, whether it was princesses or animated cars, which builds our relationship with the brand essentially from birth. Regardless, people are extremely loyal to the franchise that started with a mouse.
  • Gabi Z.
    Published about a month ago
    15 90s Shows That Made Waking up Early on Saturdays Worth It

    15 90s Shows That Made Waking up Early on Saturdays Worth It

    If you’re a child of the 90s, such as myself, there’s a lot of little things you probably remember about that decade that brings out all the nostalgic warm and fuzzy feelings.
Featured Collections
Celebrities
  • Kristy Anderson
    Published 3 days ago
     Remembering Some of Big Bird's Best Moments

    Remembering Some of Big Bird's Best Moments

    On December 8, 2019, the world lost another icon when Caroll Spinney, the puppeteer who first brought the classic characters of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch to life, passed away at the age of 85.
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 5 days ago
    Big Bird Joins Mr. Hooper

    Big Bird Joins Mr. Hooper

    #BigBird and #Oscar were two of my favorite characters on #SesameStreet growing up. I was therefore incredibly sad December 8, 2019, when I learned that Caroll Spinney, who portrayed both of these characters in one respect or another up until 2018 when he had to stop physically playing Big Bird due to balance issues.
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 5 days ago
    'AJ and the Queen' to Showcase RuPaul the Actor

    'AJ and the Queen' to Showcase RuPaul the Actor

    I never would have thought I'd be excited to see #RuPaul the actor at work, but here we are. It's roughly a month before his #Netflix series, AJ and the Queen, hits the streaming service, and I can't wait.
Comics
  • Paco Taylor
    Published about a month ago
    16 Times Comic Book Artists Absolutely Rocked Hip-Hop Album Cover Art

    16 Times Comic Book Artists Absolutely Rocked Hip-Hop Album Cover Art

    From that special moment in time way back in 1979, when Sugar Hill Gang rapper Big Bank Hank waxed poetic about the mack game that he’d once spit to Superman’s girlfriend, reporter Lois Lane, the long-running love affair that the hip-hop generation has with comic books was virtually set in stone.
  • Alexandrea Sams
    Published 2 months ago
    Joker

    Joker

    As the Joker movie (that no one in any way asked for or wanted) comes out, I think it is important to take a look at comic book Joker’s origins and story lines. The Joker first appeared in the debut issue of Batman in April of 1940. He was originally supposed to be a single-issue villain but was editorially spared by Whitney Ellsworth. In his original comic book appearances, the Joker is introduced as a psychopath with a sadistic sense of humor. It was not until the 1950s that he became more of a prankster.
  • Briana Jenkins
    Published 2 months ago
    Comics' Hottest Characters
Cosplay
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 23 days ago
    Captain Spidey: 1 Year Later

    Captain Spidey: 1 Year Later

    Greetings, Vocal readers. This article is for all the Spider-Man fans out there. On this day a year ago, the most amazing thing happened to me that it almost didn’t become a reality. I’m talking about one of my cosplays: Captain Spidey. On November 21, 2018, I got my very first Spider-Man suit from Zentaizone, which sells different kinds of suits, including Spider-Man suits. It took me a while to customize my suit and choose my measurements, such as the size of my waist, feet, and arms. Luckily, I got the hang of it and ordered it. I had to wait a few weeks for my suit to arrive. On the day it was supposed to arrive to me, there was a problem. It was sent to my old address as opposed to my new address. So I had to go to the leasing office of my old apartment complex and pick up my package. I opened my package and when I tell you, my eyes lit up. I couldn’t believe that I now owned a Spider-Man suit. I posted pics of it on my social media pages and did a live stream, receiving positive feedback.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 months ago
    Spider-Man Fever

    Spider-Man Fever

    Are your Spidey senses tingling? Good, because this article is about our friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man. I recently asked people to submit their photos to me on Facebook, showing off their favorite suits. They were amazing and I can't wait to show them to everyone. I'm more of a DC fan, but I do respect Marvel fans and I watch more Marvel movies than I do DC. The first Marvel cosplay I debuted last year was The Human Spider from the 2002 film, Spider-Man. I attended a Halloween festival in my area two weeks later, wearing that same outfit. Then the day before my birthday, a loss that crushed Marvel fans everywhere: the death of Stan Lee. Finally, I received something amazing: my first Spider-Man suit. It arrived in the mail before Thanksgiving and when I first tried it on, I was giddy and couldn't wait to show it off to my friends. So I posted pics and videos on social media and received positive feedback. Over two weeks later, I went to see Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and yes, I did see that movie in my Captain Spider-Man suit. I've now had my suit for almost a year and have been going to cons and other events in it since. I do plan on buying another suit soon, most likely, Miles Morales. I didn't know that there were around 40 different kinds of Spider-Man suits before today.
  • Yarn Goddess Cosplay
    Published 2 months ago
    Dear Black Men...

    Dear Black Men...

    Once again, if you got past the title then you’re either intrigued or ready to get mad, but either way thanks for the views!
Entertainment
  • Amy King
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Award Shows

    Award Shows

    The red carpet. The paparazzi and press. The witty presenters. The dress. The celebrity couples.
  • Anthony Nasti
    Published 2 days ago
    My Top 5 Favorite Performances of 2019

    My Top 5 Favorite Performances of 2019

    5. Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck / The Joker, Joker
  • Mohit Verma
    Published 2 days ago
    3 Best Places to Watch Hindi Movies Online

    3 Best Places to Watch Hindi Movies Online

    With the blessing of the internet, it has become easier for us to watch movies now. Nowadays, it does not require us to head to multiplexes or cinema halls until and unless a film is critically appreciated. Although people still prefer to enjoy movies at multiplexes, now things have changed in terms of the cinema experience. Along with multiplexes, online streaming is resulting and pulling its level best to reach out with more content.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Monique Star
    Published about a month ago
    Toxic Friendship?

    Toxic Friendship?

    For my eyes and my eyes only,
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 3 months ago
    Was Captain Jack Sparrow a Real Person?

    Was Captain Jack Sparrow a Real Person?

    Captain Jack Sparrow is probably the most famous fictional pirate seen in generations, pushing infamous figures like Captain Blood and Treasure Island's Captain Flint right out of the limelight. While the drunken antics and wild shenanigans of the crazed captain have become iconic to Johnny Depp's portfolio, fans have been asking for years whether a character that creative (and downright strange) could really be spun out of whole cloth.
  • Neal Litherland
    Published 5 months ago
    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    Who Was the Real James Bond?

    James Bond 007 is perhaps the most well-known fictional espionage agent in history. The grand-daddy of Jimmy-come-lately characters like Jason Bourne, it's been estimated that over half of the world's population has seen a film starring the suave super spy. Though not as many people have read the originals penned by creator Ian Fleming (who was sort of an insane badass in his own right), the books have survived, and even thrived for decades now. For all that time there has been one, burning question in the minds of many franchise fans; who is the real James Bond?
How To
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 20 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to Animals as Psychological Symbol
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 7 months ago
    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel (Pt. 3)

    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel (Pt. 3)

    Welcome back! If you haven’t read the previous section on our focus study of Frankenstein then you probably want to before referring to this particular section. If, however, you feel completely clear about that, then let’s carry on into our focus on three very different adaptations of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. We will be looking at: the 2015 film entitled Victor Frankenstein, which pays close attention to some of the events in the book, and uses the same atmosphere. The next film we will look at is the famed Rocky Horror Picture Show, which takes concepts from the book, and changes the ideas surrounding it, including genre and character. The final adaptation we will concentrate on is characteristic adaptation, which we will find in the MCU character of Iron Man as Victor Frankenstein.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 7 months ago
    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel

    A Filmmaker’s Guide to the 19th Century Novel

    Everyone knows that there have been many, many adaptations of 19th century novels, and everyone knows that there have been countless different methods of adapting them. Whether you go with Boris Karloff starring as Frankenstein in the 1931 classic, or whether you go with Tony Stark creating Ultron, the monster that sabotage’s the second Avengers film in a modern perspective. From Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in 1920 to The Incredible Hulk, 19th century Novels are some of the most popular novels to adapt either in full, or to adapt characters from.
List
  • Matthew Trundle
    Published about 20 hours ago
    My Top 10 All-Time Favourite Episodes of the Simpsons

    My Top 10 All-Time Favourite Episodes of the Simpsons

    The Simpsons in its heyday produced some of the most subversive, absurd and outright hilarious sitcom episodes of all time and narrowing down my top ten has been so difficult and over time I will probably change my mind. There will of course be some contentious opinions as many iconic episodes- there are probably about fifty or more classics- and you could really choose anything between seasons three and eight and they'd be nothing wrong with any of your choices. The ranking may see absurd at times and will be incredibly debatable but that's the problem when a show was so consistently great as The Simpsons was in the 90s and rest assured there will be nothing from season 9 and onward.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published about 24 hours ago
    Best Cosplayer Interviews of 2019

    Best Cosplayer Interviews of 2019

    Greetings, Vocal readers. 2020 will be here before you know it, so before 2019 comes to an end, here’s a look back at some cosplayers I was fortunate to interview this year. I’ll have more interviews coming in the New Year, but before I go any further, I want to let everyone know that if you liked any of my articles I’ve written this year, please feel free to send me a one-off tip, which is located at the end of every article. No tip is ever too big or small. It’ll help me and other Vocal readers to write better stories. So without further ado, here are some amazing cosplayers that I’ve interviewed this year, in no particular order.
  • Will Jack
    Published 2 days ago
    8 Reasons the DCAU Is One of DC’s Most Tragic Universes

    8 Reasons the DCAU Is One of DC’s Most Tragic Universes

    Before Marvel’s fabled MCU DC had their own interconnecting universe on the small screen known as the DC animated universe (DCAU). It’s cantered around numerous animated shows and movies starting with Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 and includes other shows such as Superman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond as well as others. The latest addition to the universe came this year with Justice League vs the Fatal Five. Despite many of us growing up and enjoying this universe it without a doubt hides a darker side for many of these characters which can be seen if you take a closer look and think about the implications a little more. Plus, unlike many films and franchises some characters get a definitive end to their stories such as Bruce Wayne’s version of Batman. Yes there are also numerous comic series that are meant to be continuations of numerous DCAU shows however, there are numerous continuity issues in them so they wont be counted here.
Movie
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 2 days ago
    Will 'WW84' Get the Eighties Right?

    Will 'WW84' Get the Eighties Right?

    The crown jewel of the Amazon is set to return to the silver screen, and I can't wait.
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 2 days ago
    A Filmmaker's Review: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' (2017)

    A Filmmaker's Review: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' (2017)

    Let's have a look at my own personal history with this great film and then, we'll have a look at why I rated it in this particular way. That seems totally fair. I found out about this movie when it came out and well, I was very interested in it right from the beginning and I watched it all the way through close to after it was released on DVD. For some reason, I had heard about the marketing campaign etc. that happened in America, but as I live in England, there wasn't really a big deal made about it here. I didn't hear much buzz about it but, after the Oscars happened, I was even more so interested in it - being because the film itself got a number of Oscars that I thought were incredibly well deserved.
  • Y2K Life
    Published 2 days ago
    My Thoughts on the 'Ghostbusters Afterlife' Trailer

    My Thoughts on the 'Ghostbusters Afterlife' Trailer

    The new trailer for Ghostbusters Afterlife has just dropped and it looks pretty interesting. The first I thing I noticed is the small town setting that the film is set in, considering that the first two films were set in New York City. I also noticed the new characters which include a mom and her two kids. One of which is Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things (most of you know that by now). Also, the other sibling is McKenna Grace who plays his sister.
Pop Culture
Review
  • Trevor Wells
    Published a day ago
    Hallmark Review: 'What I Did for Love'

    Hallmark Review: 'What I Did for Love'

    Rising lawyer James White (Jeremy London) and successful doctor Sadie Ryder (Dorie Barton) have been together for months, and James is ready to start a life together by popping the question to Sadie in the days leading up to Christmas. But while Sadie is thrilled by James' proposal, she has one hang-up: James has yet to meet her family, and she knows her father would be upset if they married without getting his blessing first. While reluctant, James agrees to head to Sadie's small hometown of Pine Gap to meet his soon-to-be in-laws.
  • Trevor Wells
    Published a day ago
    Lifetime Review: 'He's Out to Get You'

    Lifetime Review: 'He's Out to Get You'

    Having spent the past four years in a mental institution after losing her husband and son to a car accident, Megan Burke (Samaire Armstrong) is ready to return to her normal life and help her brother Gary deal with their late parents' estate. But upon arriving back in her hometown, she finds her old house empty and her brother nowhere to be found. After growing concerned, Megan goes into town searching for Gary--only to be shocked to find that, not only has nobody seen Gary, but it appears that no one in the town even knows about him.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published 2 days ago
    'National Lampoon Christmas Vacation' - A Movie Review

    'National Lampoon Christmas Vacation' - A Movie Review

    Make sure that the Christmas tree doesn’t have a squirrel hiding in it!
Superheroes
  • Joseph Micalizio
    Published 3 days ago
    DC's 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Part 1 Recap (Spoilers Ahead)

    DC's 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Part 1 Recap (Spoilers Ahead)

    The 5 part Crossover on the CW DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths has officially begun guys, and let me tell you all, I am on the edge of my seat. I'll be covering some of the main points of this episode and my thoughts on the ending and where its headed. For those who have not been watching the shows and episodes, and even movies leading to this crossover, fair warning SPOILERS AHEAD! So let's get right into it.
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 2 months ago
    These Aren't Your Dad's Superheroes

    These Aren't Your Dad's Superheroes

    Remember those Batman and Superman guys. Pretty lame right. And even those Marvel movies are all the same. I mean I watched a video essay where a guy told me as much, how they all look generic and grey and have shitty music that all sounds the same. But my parents love all that generic mass market cape shit. Even my grandma thinks she’s cool because she knows who Groot and Rocket Racoon are, but you know what I’m sick of it because
  • Marcus
    Published 2 months ago
    'Wonder Woman: Bloodlines' Managed to Make a Wonder Woman Fan Out of Me

    'Wonder Woman: Bloodlines' Managed to Make a Wonder Woman Fan Out of Me

    Here we are again with the DC animated universe. I do not even have the slightest idea of how profitable these movies are but honestly, if these movies ever get the mainstream push that the DCEU gets then they will elevate this market to a level never seen in superhero animation. Now I am not saying that Wonder Woman: Bloodlines would be the movie to do it but it certainly would bring well-deserved attention to the DCAU(Dc Animated Universe). By no means is Wonder Woman: Bloodlines a bad movie, but if a few things here and there were changed it would go from good to great. THIS IS A SPOILER REVIEW MOSTLY BECAUSE I DON'T THINK THE STORY IS WHERE THE MOVIES SHINES SO IF YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE IT ON YOUR OWN BE WARNED.
Tv
  • Emily Martin
    Published about an hour ago
    Streaming Services That Are Most Beneficial for Your Watching Style

    Streaming Services That Are Most Beneficial for Your Watching Style

    Below I have highlighted prices, specialties, popular genres, and additional notes on popular TV and Movie streaming services. With this information, I was able to choose two services that I wanted to pay for that are within my budget of $15 or less per month.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published about 3 hours ago
    'The Haves and the Have Nots' Season 7: What to Expect

    'The Haves and the Have Nots' Season 7: What to Expect

    The finale of The Haves and the Have Nots on July 2, 2019 left viewers wanting to know more about many unsolved issues surrounding three Savannah, Georgia, families: the Cryers, Harringtons, and Youngs.
  • Valerie Frankel
    Published about 22 hours ago
    Why Did Mrs. Maisel Destroy her Life?

    Why Did Mrs. Maisel Destroy her Life?

    At the end of season two, Mrs. Maisel got her big break, what every star dreams of. Even after she’s given the final slot in a telethon after everyone has tuned out, famous singer Shy Baldwin admires her act and wants her to open for him on his six-month tour. Now, Shy Bladwin is big time (he’s also fictional, unlike Lenny Bruce). He often performs with Moms Mabley, a real comedian known for her forthright, boundary-pushing act. Midge also reveals that her mother is a huge fan, and when Shy sings “Younger than Springtime,” the audience is enthralled. One potential analogue is Harry Belafonte, the popular entertainer who gave Moms her first television appearance. Shy and Midge travel together and get to trusting each other quite a lot. Meanwhile, Shy’s agent notes that Susie’s faith in Midge could be a problem. “Smells like trouble…Just means you can't be objective,” he notes. This, of course, is foreshadowing.
Vintage
  • Gabi Z.
    Published about a month ago
    15 90s Shows That Made Waking up Early on Saturdays Worth It

    15 90s Shows That Made Waking up Early on Saturdays Worth It

    If you’re a child of the 90s, such as myself, there’s a lot of little things you probably remember about that decade that brings out all the nostalgic warm and fuzzy feelings.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 2 months ago
    Remembering Blockbuster

    Remembering Blockbuster

    When I think of being a kid back in the late 90s, I think of things like Velcro shoes and matching Reebok tracksuits. But I also think of things like VCR and the beloved Blockbuster Video stores. Yeah, that's right. That really did happen. And what a beautiful time that was. You know, before the whole digital era came marching along and destroyed it all that is. That's sort of when we all became these fat lazy bastards who can't so much as pick up a remote without sighing in disbelief.
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published 3 months ago
    'Rainbow Brite;' Let's Go to Rainbow Land

    'Rainbow Brite;' Let's Go to Rainbow Land

    As a child, a favourite of mine was the bright and colourful world of Rainbow Brite. A young girl called Wisp is brought to a grey, dull land, with a mission to bring colour to the fictitious world, by locating the Sphere of Light. She befriends a furry Sprite creature called Twink and a horse called Starlite. They come across a baby, who Wisp discovers is the key to her mission. The adventure begins…
Zombies
  • Tabitha Singleton
    Published 2 months ago
    Zombie in Real Life

    Zombie in Real Life

    Introduction:
  • WatchMojo
    Published 10 months ago
    Top 10 Zombie Types in Movies and TV

    Top 10 Zombie Types in Movies and TV

    They’re all different, but one thing’s for sure: you are not safe if these monsters are around. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 zombie types in movies and TV.
  • WatchMojo
    Published 11 months ago
    Top 10 Worst Zombie Movies

    Top 10 Worst Zombie Movies

    They’re supposed to make us afraid, but we’re really scared by how bad they are. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 worst zombie movies.