Oof, she even has a ~*face shield*~.
Yup, it's September, we're still in quarantine, and the Christmas season is near (ish). Our Netflix must-watch lists are getting longer, and here's one more you might want to add: the 2016 science fiction thriller
Add some ~gore~ to your watch list.
For the zombie-obsessed, this one's for you: The 2020 South Korean zombie flick, #Alive, is coming to Netflix real soon. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 8, when #Alive officially drops on the streaming platform. The film, which stars
'Were you scared?' Um, yes.
The official teaser trailer for the much-awaited zombie movie of the year is finally here! Peninsula is set four years after the events of Train To Busan (2016). According to the production company Well Go USA Entertainment, the more features Jung-
It takes a lot to make one look undead.
Aside from great actors and a well-written script, the success of Kingdom can be credited to the show's flesh-hungry zombies. They look really undead and ready to attack-you could feel shivers down your spine as you watch
His reaction is priceless!
By now, you've probably watched-and rewatched-Season 2 of hit zombie series Kingdom. And we're sure Ryu Seung Ryong's performance as the evil chief state councilor Cho Hak-ju both amazed you and made you
Whether you like zombies, politics, or history, there's something here for you!
We'll be the first to say that there's nothing that's exactly like the Korean Netflix Original Kingdom. It's not like zombies in a period drama are an all too common trope, but we welcome
The movie will hit local theaters this 2020!
The sequel to the 2016 South Korean zombie flick Train To Busan is finally hitting movie screens this 2020. The film, which is titled Peninsula, is set four years after the outbreak hit South Korea and will be featuring a new set
It was originally slated for a 2019 release!
Julia Barretto has revealed the premiere date of zombie movie Block Z: It's coming to theaters on January 20, 2020! In an Instagram post on December 16, Julia shared a behind-the-scenes photo of herself during filming, with the
If you love zombie flicks, this one's for you!
If you loved the 2016 zombie hit Train To Busan, then you'll be pleased to find out that a sequel is coming very soon!The upcoming movie, entitled Bando, or literally "Peninsula," takes place four years after the events of Train
It's pretty gory!
Star Cinema just dropped the teaser of Block Z, and it's looking every bit a super scary and gory zombie apocalypse thriller.Block Z director Mikhail Red took to his Instagram account to announce the release of the trailer, sharing
There's going to be a lot of BLOOD.
Guys, a zombie film is coming our way and it'll star Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto! Block Z will be Star Cinema's first zombie film in history. During their story conference earlier this year, Block Z director Mikhail
The Gong Yoo zombie thriller reigns supreme!
1. Train to BusanWhy: The Korean zombie thriller starring the ~dreamy~ Gong Yoo became a blockbuster hit not only in its native country but all over the world, including the Philippines.2. Suicide SquadWhy: The much-anticipated DC Comics film starring Margot
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ICYMI, the Korean zombie drama Train To Busan has been the biggest movie in the country (and all over the world, actually) for the past few weeks. Apart from the action packed sequences and literal gut-wrenching zombie scenes, what made our
Zombies aside, Busan is one of South Korea's well-loved destinations that you need to see.
Have you seen Train to Busan yet? In case you have been living under a rock these past few weeks, Train to Busan is one of the hottest movies to hit the screens during the second half of 2016. This movie from
Because 1) you never know when it could happen, and 2) a Cosmo girl is always prepared.
If, like us at Cosmo, you have this hidden obsession over anything zombie-related (hellooo, World War Z!), then you'll love this list we've compiled to get all you ass-kicking Cosmo chicks into fearless survival mode during an invasion
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