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Bluray Review: Disturbing Behavior

24 March 2016 5:41 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

After being responsible for this year’s Bluray release of Zombie High, the gang at Scream Factory must have decided to put out a film with a similar plot, a better soundtrack and a much more entertaining ride, 1998’s Disturbing Behavior. While it’s far from a perfect film, the ’90s teen body-snatcher yarn is one that shows just how far actors like James Marsden and Katie Holmes have come, while it’s also somewhat of sad look at Nick Stahl, a very good actor who has since fallen on some very hard times. 

X-Files regular David Nutter gives viewers the tale of Steve (James Marsden, X-men, The Notebook), a young man who transfers into a school that like most other schools, are sectioned off by varying types of stereotypes. The outcasts led by Holmes and Stahl doing their best Hot Topic regular performances, the stoners, and most interestingly, the »

- Jerry Smith

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iZombie season 2 episode 10 review: Method Head

13 January 2016 2:40 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Underneath all the meta gags, iZombie laid the foundation for some game-changing developments in its midseason return...

This review contains spoilers.

2.10 Method Head

iZombie is back in the Us with its midseason premiere, and boy did it get meta. Much of the action revolved around a murder on the set of "Zombie High," an in-universe TV series with a plot you can probably guess. The resulting jokes and references resulted in an enjoyable hour of television.

TV shows tend to do a good job when writing about TV shows. After all, its a subject close to home, one writers know well enough to both poke fun at and recreate with enough realistic elements to ground any fantastical or farcical elements. This was the case with Method Head, which took place largely on the set of "Zombie High." 

Though the murder wasn't particularly compelling, the investigation was the »

- louisamellor

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Blu-ray Review: Zombie High

11 January 2016 7:12 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

High schools have seen their share of monsters in the movies, be they werewolves (Teen Wolf, I Was a Teenage Werewolf, Ginger Snaps), vampires (Twilight, My Best Friend is a Vampire), aliens (The Faculty), or just your average, garden-shear variety slasher (Prom Night, Scream, etc.). You might think that the 1987 horror film Zombie High attempts to bring the undead to the high school hallway. You would be wrong. For proof, check out Scream Factory’s new Blu-ray of Zombie High, which isn’t really a zombie movie and is barely even a horror film.

Virginia Madsen plays Andrea, a young woman who transfers to an elite boarding school against the wishes of her jock boyfriend, Barry (James Wilder). Once there, she begins to realize that things aren’t quite as they seem. Her friends (including Sherilyn Fenn, Scott Coffey and a pre-Freaks & Geeks Paul Feig) are transforming from cool, rebellious »

- Patrick Bromley

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TVLine Items: iZombie's Veronica Mars Reunion, Big Bang's G-Ma and More

6 January 2016 11:49 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The producers of iZombie are here to make sure your Veronica Mars nostalgia never subsides.

Enrico Colantoni is the latest Vm alum to join the CW dramedy (executive produced by Vm‘s Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero), where he will recur as Lou Benedetto, a vice detective whose cases overlap with Liv’s personal and professional life.

RelatedVeronica Mars on iZombie: Kristen Bell to ‘Appear’ in Fifty Shades Send-Up

According to The Hollywood Reporter, which first broke the news, Colantoni will appear in Episodes 14 and 17.

Switched at Birth star Ryan Lane will also visit the series, playing an actor on Liv’s favorite show, »

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