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Among the crowd of costumed fans and comic book artists, was Eastern Michigan University student and Echo staff writer Michael G. Petersen. At Motor City Comic-Con 2013, two films from Petersen’s zombie series, “The Last Broadcast,” were screened in the convention center’s screening room on Saturday evening.
“Living in Oblivion” (1995)
“Rear Window” (1954)
Producer and original director Sam Raimi and film star Bruce Campbell, who plays the film’s hero Ash, chose up-and-coming director Fede Alvarez to create a remake of the first in the “Evil Dead” series. This cult classic remake pulled in $1.8 million in late shows Thursday, creating more revenue than the original but leaving some fans with a bad taste in their mouths.
“Django Unchained” (2012)
Pat Solitano, a former school teacher fresh from a bit of time in a mental institution, moves back in with his parents and tries to make up with his ex-wife. But as you’d expect, there’s a catch. He meets a girl named Tiffany, who has problems of her own.
There once was a man from Detroit with hair of grey and a hearty laugh whose talent and charm dropped him in the land of Eastern Michigan University. With drive in his spirit, he delivered his lines with delight and the desire to act on the grand stage. With a nod from Sir George Clooney, the legendary good man from Hollywood, he found his world turned on its side and emerged in awe with a yellow brick road that would lead him to a lifetime opportunity.
“Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2” (1987)
“Wes Craven’s New Nightmare” (1994)
“The Wraith” (1986)
“The Midnight Meat Train” (2008)
Meet the Feebles (1989)
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
“Silent Night, Deadly Night” (1984)
“Basket Case” (1982)
“The Last Stand” is a dumb action movie through and through, and as long as the viewer accepts that going in, they should enjoy it.
“Dark Star” (1974)