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‘The Walking Dead’ Final Episodes Feature “Smart Zombies” Who Can Climb Walls and Open Doors

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If you recall all the way back to AMC’s The Walking Dead’s first season, the walkers used to have some smarts about them. They would head to where they once lived or recognize people that they knew in life. Even the little girl with the stuffed animal in the first episode retained human thoughts. Well, it appears that these sorts of zombies will make a return in the final episodes of The Walking Dead.

Frank Darabont not only had zombies that were smarter than average he also had zombies that were slightly harder to kill than the mushy zombies that exist now. In fact, one zombie Rick kills in the first season actually winds him. It instantly proves that it would be impossible to take on more than 2 of them if that. The threat of zombies left with Darabont.

In the finale trailer for The Walking Dead, we have seen that zombies are indeed back to their smarts. Some open doors and one is even seen looking like it is going to climb a wall.

“The truth is we hadn’t really figured out yet what the rules for the zombies were. They were also a bit faster in the first episode when they chased Rick down the street on his horse,” said Greg Nicotero. “There’s another scene where Glenn and Rick are being chased down the alley and they start climbing up a fire escape. And there are walkers climbing up behind them. We were still figuring it out. But we decided that it was an opportunity.”

We can’t wait to see how these zombies are utilized as the series comes to an end.

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Final Casting Call For Squid Game: The Challenge

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The upcoming reality game show based around the popular Squid Game series is doing one last push for contestants. Do you think you have what it takes to grab the $4.56 million cash prize?

Squid Game: The Challenge will have 456 players that will battle each other in real-life competitions.

The chosen group of contestants will go through a series of games inspired by the original show, plus new additions, which are all intended to test their strategies, alliances, and character as others are eliminated around them.

Be A Contestant in Squid Game: The Challenge

Do you think you have what it takes to be the last one standing in what some are saying is the biggest reality competition ever?  If so, you can apply to be on the reality competition show by visiting SquidGameCasting.com

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Ti West’s ‘Pearl’ Made It Hard For Director Martin Scorsese to Sleep After Watching

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Ti West has had a great run of films. Everything he does is compelling work. His latest work with Mia Goth in both X and Pearl have been some of the director’s most popular works and for good reason. Both films are uniquely their own and speak a very specific cinematic language. Pearl goes full-on prequel and is an amazing piece of work for taking on this technicolor throwback that really does sizzle.

Martin Scorsese is easily one of film’s finest directors in our history. I mean Casino, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, Goodfellas? That is a titan of cinema. Scorsese recently took in a showing of Pearl and the legendary director was absolutely smitten with the picture and Ti West’s ability. It isn’t easy to keep the director of Casino up at night or to get him to love contemporary works, but Pearl surely did just that.

“Ti West’s movies have a kind of energy that is so rare these days, powered by a pure, undiluted love for cinema,” Scorsese told A24. “You feel it in every frame. A prequel to X made in a diametrically opposite cinematic register (think ’50s Scope color melodramas), Pearl makes for a wild, mesmerizing, deeply – and I mean deeply – disturbing 102 minutes. West and his muse and creative partner Mia Goth really know how to toy with their audience … before they plunge the knife into our chests and start twisting. I was enthralled, then disturbed, then so unsettled that I had trouble getting to sleep. But I couldn’t stop watching.”

The synopsis for Pearl goes like this:

Trapped on her family’s isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the bitter and overbearing watch of her devout mother. Hoping for a more glamorous life, Pearl’s ambitions, temptations and repressions all collide to horrific effect.

If I was Ti West, I would have shrunk into a little ball and then become pure energy and exploded. I mean, I can’t imagine hearing Scorsese compliment work like that. Truly amazing!

Have you seen Pearl yet? If you haven’t it is worth the trip to the theater.

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‘NFT’ Trailer Introduces First Crypto Horror Film

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The Stylist’s Najarra Townsend stars in the upcoming crypto horror film, NFT. The film follows a sort of cursed NFT that ultimately leads to death and other strange occurrences. NFT’s have been a point of a ton of discourse over the last couple of years. The strange art that is part investment part IP has caused war online between folks who love them and the tons more that hate them. So, it makes a horror film based on them that much more interesting.

The synopsis for NFT goes like this:

NFT follows a group of crypto-savvy millennials trying to escape their 9-5s by flipping NFTs as a side hustle. After buying into a supposedly ‘cursed’ NFT collection, they begin experiencing mysterious occurrences and will now have to fight for their lives.

NFT stars stars David Wayman (The Ledge), Mariah Nonnemacher (Terminator: Dark Fate), Durassie Kiangangu, Amelie Edwards, Nobuse Jnr, Jasmine Clark and Charlie Rich.

We will be sure to keep you updated on all things NFT.

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