NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD – Zombies Forever

     |    Saturday July 19th, 2014

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD wasn’t the first zombie film. The undead walked across movie screens as early as 1932 (in “White Zombie”) or even 1910, when a re-animated corpse was featured in an early cinematic adaptation of “Frankenstein”. Jacques Tourneur’s “I Walked With a Zombie” (1943) explored the zombie figure’s roots in Haitian  rituals. 

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Villemolle 81: this movie is a lot of fun!

     |    Wednesday November 3rd, 2010

In France, the independent publishing house specialized in cartoons «Les Requins Marteaux» now publishes «Villemolle 81». This movie was directed by Winschluss, a cartoonist already famous in Germany for the Pinocchio album (translated and sold by the Avant publishing house). His real name is Vincent Paronnaud. Under this name, he is known as the director of the movie 

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Heinrich Steinfest: Crime Novels for Armchair Potatoes

     |    Monday August 30th, 2010

  News from the Analog World   It all started with “Gewitter über Pluto” and “Mariaschwarz”. Here was a new author that I really liked: Austrian Heinrich Steinfest.  What a pleasure! Inventive, humorous, nasty, absolutely absurd yet staying in the here and now. Associative and thoughtful. Wonderful. I’ve just finished the author’s seventh book, “Batmans 

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