Dead Love: Extraterrest...

The year is 1959; the director is the legendary Ed Wood; the stars are the equally legendary Bela Lugosi (he dies during the making of the film) and the ever-suckulent Vampira; the subject—you may have guessed—is zombies. Yeah! If you haven’t seen Plan 9 from Outer Space, you are...

Dead Love: Back to Blac...

I don’t know about you, but the day after Judgment Day, I’m ready to go “Back to Black,” and for me that means relishing the title song from the 2006 album by Amy Winehouse, troubled Grammy Award-winning British chanteuse and very nice naughty girl. Substance...

Dead Love: Moscow Zombi...

What happened? Was I asleep at the switch (an occupational hazard for anyone with zombie leanings)? How the heck did I miss Moscow’s Zombie Parade last Friday? On Friday the 13th the Old Arbat in Moscow was the site of quite a lovely zombie flash mob. It was the 5th parade of the...

Dead Love: Zombie Bunni...

So, I’m thinking: What do people really want to see on Sunday? Something cute, right? Then I think: Bunnies! Then I think: Zombies! Then I think: Zombie Bunnies! So here you go: A new twist on an old favorite. Must hit link to “pat the zombie.” —Erin Orison, DEAD...

Dead Love: Wild Zero Zo...

Wild Zero—oh, yes, some stunning zombies in that humorous horror cult classic directed by Tetsuro Takeuchi. Garage punk artists, aliens, motorcycles, guns, crazy hair, love-hungry gals and the fresh-from-the-grave-voracious undead. Yes, I am a sucker for Japanese horror films. Have a...

Dead Love: Eaten Alive ...

You know me, I spend a lot of time around cemeteries, but this time I was nearly eaten alive. Yes, mysterious no-see-ums haunt Magnolia Cemetery, which cemetery superintendent Beverly Donald calls “the best kept secret in Charleston.” No doubt, with these vicious and...