There wasn’t too much new stuff in October to catch our attention, but we stuck with both Gracepoint and Town of the Living Dead until the end.
Town of the Living Dead wraps up with some help from Freddy Krueger, but not before Tina & Co. very nearly kill one of the best characters on the series.
Town of the Living Dead‘s 9th & 10th episodes show the light and dark sides of indie filmmaking. However, even the dark sides aren’t that dark when they involve the director wearing a wrestling unitard and Mexican wrestling mask.
Town of the Living Dead reminds us this week that both romance and fire have the potential to burn, but only one will send you to prison and destroy a barn.
The hillbillies of Jasper prove that they aren’t competent enough to make a decent film on this week’s Town of the Living Dead. They also prove that they aren’t competent enough to handle the English language.
Town of the Living Dead‘s third and fourth episodes unintentionally draw a parallel between the monkeys in 2001: A Spacey Odyssey and the people staring in this docu-series. Or it would, if the cast could learn anything like the monkeys did in the movie.
In episode two, the crew of Thr33 Days Dead either disprove the theory of evolution or terrify the audience by showing that they are the smartest Jasper, AL has to offer.
Syfy makes everyone who ever attended film school feel good about their decision not to max out credit cards to self-produce a terrible movie with the new docu-series, Town of the Living Dead.