Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.


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9 responses to “Land of the Dead (2005) – Film & DVD Review”

  1. » Laserblast: Next, Bug, Tekkon Kinkreet

    [...] a DVD package of two unrated DEAD movies: DAWN OF THE DEAD (the 2004 remake, not the original) and LAND OF THE DEAD (which was written and directed by George A. Romero, who also created the original version of DAWN [...]

  2. » Resident Evil: Extinction

    [...] to die a peaceful death. In a way, this is a good thing: films as diverse as relatively lavish LAND OF THE DEAD and the virtually no-budget AUTOMATON TRANSFUSIONprove that there is life in those rotting corpses [...]

  3. » Cinefantastique Web Surfing 02/08/08

    [...] the themes of DIARY OF THE DEAD in a sequel, but says the follow-up promised by the open end of LAND OF THE DEAD will probably never [...]

  4. » Retrospective: Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    [...] Land of the Dead – Film & DVD Review [...]

  5. » Hollywood Gothique: “Diary of the Dead” in Hollywood

    [...] Film & DVD Review: Land of the Dead [...]

  6. » Top Ten Zombie Films, Plus One or Two

    [...] LAND OF THE DEAD (2005). Twenty years after DAY OF THE DEAD, Romero has another go at the subject, this time with [...]

  7. » Horrors of Iraq

    [...] selects the Top 10 Horror Movies Inspired by the Iraq War. The list contains obvious titles like LAND OF THE DEAD and 28 WEEKS LATER, plus some less obvious ones like THE MIST and THE [...]

  8. » DVD Review: The Mist - Two-Disc Collector’s Edition

    [...] 9/11 sensibility that underlies not only THE MIST but also CLOVERFIELD and Romero’s DIARY (and LAND) OF THE DEAD, much like the films of the 50’s reflected fear of Communists and the Bomb. Darabont [...]

  9. » Laserblast: Thief of Bagdad, The Invaders, Another Corman Collection, & More

    [...] the buyer receives the advantage, so why complain? The re-releases include THE TREMORS trilogy, LAND OF THE DEAD, WHITE NOISE, SERENITY, PITCH BLACK, and the CHRONICLES OF [...]

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