Set in the 1970's. After a rash of horrible killings, the alleged Springwood Slasher is finally arrested and brought to justice. But Lieutenant Donald Thompson wants more than evidence and ... See full summary »
Chris R. Notarile
Gracie De La Rosa
It's the fall of 1969 and winds of a change are blowing across America. But on a remote family farm in the hills of Virginia, a storm of evil has been brewing for years. Now for a group of ... See full summary »
George Cameron Romero
A down-on-his-luck repo man and his septuagenarian partner are caught up in the kidnapping of a star baseball pitcher just before his team is to play in The World Series and a stroke of ... See full summary »
And definitely better than the prequel to this (and the first 30 Days of Night movie). It starts off were the other one left us. And has quite a few nice names to it (Ted Raimi, Shawnee "Saw" Smith and Ken "Dawn of the Dead" Foree amongst them). It flows nicely does not try to convince through fast editing (as the previous net show tried so hard) and has a core to it that works.
The flaws are still there (again with the "next time on" and 10-30 seconds of re-watching what happened in the previous episode last, not counting the credits at the beginning) and they are time consuming, but if you look over that, you might find a short show that can convince you!
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