1 year ago | Film and TV
Birth of the Living DeadThe zombification of America got its start in 1968, when George A. Romero and a bunch of his friends and colleagues released Night of the Living Dead, the scrappy little horror movie that could not only serve as patient zer...
2 years ago | Film and TV
From ParkerFamilyTradition.comWhat they are is cannibals, FYI.When Jim Mickle took on the task of remaking Jorge Michael Grau's We Are What We Are for American audiences, the last thing he wanted to do was film a strict remake. So his version of t...
5 years ago | Restaurant Reviews
Check out the photos in Lina Lecaro's photo gallery, "L.A.'s Best Dive Bars." Technology has improved nearly every aspect of our life and now, at long last, it's been applied to mankind's greatest venture: the search for cheap drinks. Village Voic...