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10 Apocalypse Movies to Watch With Happy (or at Least Not Totally Depressing) Endings

Current events notwithstanding, Hollywood rather adores imagining the apocalypse on the big screen. Many doomsday movies end with total destruction; that rogue planet is just gonna go ahead and vaporize Earth, or those zombies are just gonna take over forever. But sometimes, filmmakers do find little rays of sunshine…Read more...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Science, Zombies, Earth, Apocalypse, Mad Max Fury Road, Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Doomsday, I Am Legend, 28 Days Later, This Is The End, Bird Box, The Day After Tomorrow, Zombieland Double Tap


October Horror Movie Recommendation: 28 Days Later

Every day for the month of October, Coming Soon is making a new horror movie recommendation for those eager to find a new frightening flick for Halloween. From the creepy goodness of a classy ghost story to a blood-spattered gorefest and everything in between, we’ll have something for every taste of horror. And today’s pick is… 28 Days Later What’s 28 Days Later about: Written by Oscar nominee Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation, Never Let Me Go), directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle (Slum...
Tags: UK, Movies, Horror, Movie News, 28 Days Later, October Horror Movie Recommendation


15 Years Later, ’28 Days Later’ is the Raging Horror Movie for Our Dark Times

On this week in 2003, 28 Days Later entered wide release in the U.S., prepping audiences for The Walking Dead and the zombie craze to come. The world is a lot different now than it was when Danny Boyle’s post-apocalyptic horror film burst onto the scene with its red-eyed, fast-running zombies. This was before Facebook, before Twitter, before Instagram. It was even before /Film. Yet now more than ever, the movie’s fictional “rage virus” is a potent symbol for our ever-evolving, rage-infected c...
Tags: Facebook, England, London, Movies, Horror, Amc, Atlanta, Georgia, Features, James Bond, Leonardo Dicaprio, Danny Boyle, States, Jon Favreau, Skyfall, Ridley Scott


Sequel Bits: ’28 Months Later’, ‘Glass’ ‘Angel Has Fallen’, ‘John Wick Chapter 3’, ‘Halloween’ and More

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Alex Garland says not to expect another 28 Days Later sequel M. Night Shyamalan? provides an update on Glass Piper Perabo joins the third Olympus Has Fallen film A new Pacific Rim Uprising video Sci-fi miniseries V is being rebooted as a movie Mile 22 already has a sequel in the works John Wick Chapter 3 begins filming soon J.J. Abrams says Cloverfield 4 is a “crazy movie” Zach Galligan really wants Gremlins 3 Henry Rollins‘ cannibal flick He Never Died is getti...
Tags: Halloween, London, Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Glass, Sequels, Mark Wahlberg, Adaptation, Reddit, Olympus, Morgan Freeman, Henry Rollins, Gremlins, Paramount Pictures, Jamie Lee Curtis


The Best Movies of Sundance Film Festival History Part 2: 2000-2017

Yesterday I posted part one of my two-part look at the best movies of Sundance Film Festival history. Today I return with the second installment, which takes a look at the best movies from the last 16 years of the festival as Park City became not only the mecca of American independent film but the launching pad for hundred million dollar award contenders. Note: We are republishing/updating this series, which was first seen on /Film in 2014. Header photo courtesy of the Sundance Institute. Pl...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, America, Alfonso Cuarón, Danny Boyle, Gael Garcia Bernal, Mcdonalds, Nolan, Before Midnight, Park City, Kirsten Dunst, Boyhood, Brick, Beckham, Memento


George Romero, Game of Thrones, and the zombie apocalypse

When George Romero, director of Night of the Living Dead, died on 16 July, the world was gearing up for the season opener of Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones owes its central storyline—the conflict between the Night’s Watch and the White Walkers—and a great measure of its success to Romero, as do other popular and critically-acclaimed versions of the story, whether television (The Walking Dead, iZombie), film (28 Days Later, Sean of the Dead, and Zombieland), fiction (Pride and Prejudice and Zom...
Tags: Books, Hbo, Featured, Media, Religion, Zombies, Walking Dead, West, Game Of Thrones, George Romero, Martin Luther King Jr, Caribbean, White Walker, Romero, Wikimedia Commons, Russo


/Answers: The Best Cinematic End of the World

Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. This week’s edition, tying in with the release of It Comes At Night, asks “What is your favorite cinematic end of the world?” As always, we have submissions from the /Film writing crew and podcast team. This week, we are also joined by It Comes at Night writer/director Trey Edward Shults. If you’d like to share your pick for your favorite cinematic end of the world, please send your thoughts to [email protected]
Tags: England, Movies, Features, Danny Boyle, Lars von Trier, Snowpiercer, Answers, Cabin, Alex Garland, Bradley, Boyle, Drew Goddard, Waterworld, Jeff Nichols, Von Trier, Jacob Hall