Right now zombies are as popular as vampires, giving the undead the greatest Halloween ever. Here are the top ten productions chock full of zombies that have been released since September 12th, 2009. Will you survive this zombie apocalypse?
DOOMSDAY – Doomsday displayed a bleak future for mankind, indeed. The movie itself was a clashing mixture of material seemingly lifted from past movie successes, such as the Mad Max series or Resident Evil. However, the overall presentation of these familiar elements was handled in a loud and violent enough package to entertain me during the viewing period. It may not be a romp everyone will enjoy, but I thought it earned a slightly better on such a list, as opposed to the slew of superhero movies one could gauge as science fiction. Director Neil Marshall proved he is capable of handling a bigger movie than his previous, lower budget features such as The Descent.
Leslie Nielsen: The famous comedic played a hilarious Dracula. Dracula: Mel Brooks directed Dead and Loving It (1995). A funny movie so if you looking for a serious vampire film then do not watch it.
Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Annika Sorenstam, Sergio Garcia, Se Ri Pak, Arnold Palmer, Jim Thorpe, Chris Di Marco, Mark O’Meara, Scott Hoch, Nick Faldo, John Cook, Stuart Appleby, Charles Howell III and dozens of others have planted their roots in Central Florida. There is a reason for that, beyond tax implications.
The first thing a reader will notice about Growing Up With Monsters: My Times at Universal Studio Singapore in Rhymes is its slender frame; indeed, the book is one of the shortest commercially published volumes I’ve ever seen. Total number of pages? 37. No, that’s not a typo. Oh, and did I mention that the book is written in verse, and lovingly illustrated in glorious black and white pencil drawings? Don’t look so surprised. “Conventional” is not a word often used to describe Carla Laemmle.
The nightlife and restaurants rival those of any other region in the country. Tourists gather at various pockets around Orlando – Universal City Walk, Pleasure Island and International Drive among them. But if you want a feel for how the locals entertain themselves, take a trip to Winter Park Village on the north side of town, where terrific restaurants and clubs will fill your tummy and your night.
So now you know that a discussion about adult travels doesn’t have to be held in a closet. It is OK to let out your inner adult and shun the kiddie pools. There is not a thing wrong with wanting to find a chair by the pool, have the waiter bring you a mai tai, and not have to hear a single peep out of a child’s mouth. And if you want to get wild and crazy and party till you drop, well, that’s OK too.