Zombie Logic on a whole new Level

by Gunther Heinrich, 8 Jan 2009 in iFound


Logic is something you normally cannot expect in a horror movie. Or in a moment that is filled with horror. Take our poor friends called Zombies as an example. Each time someone in a movie sees our friendly rotten meat crawling, he runs away. Some might say this is logical.

Up to now I would have said the same.

But not anymore. And so will you after you watch the most hilarious 38 seconds ever produced regarding Zombies – from a direction many would never expect.

STAR WARS as a Chart

by Gunther Heinrich, 21 Dec 2008 in Fun

Sorry STAR WARS fans, I couldn’t resist…

A scene you will never see in a movie

by Gunther Heinrich, 21 Oct 2008 in Creative


John emerges from the eerie woods behind him, running for his life, his right arm stained in blood. The fast footsteps echo through the dead grass around him.

Frantically and gasping he searches the surroundings for something to hide. After mere seconds his eyes are glued on a shallowly lit barn which best days are long past.

As John changes his course a dark figure in farmer cloths jumps out from the woods behind him. The metal of the bloody knife is flashing as the silent figure sprints through the grass like lightning.

Epic Symmetrical Guessing

by Gunther Heinrich, 30 Apr 2008 in The Movie & Me

I almost pity the screenwriter of this flick.

Two days ago I went with my friends to my personal-movie-theater-of-choice(tm). Although our group was only half of the regular size we had a lot of fun. Of course, there was the movie, too.

This time we watched SHUTTER, an asia horror movie remake. As with almost all of these movies these days SHUTTER had a lot of potential, yet some problems here and there ruined the overall good impression (I like those psycho horror movies without much slashing).

The best part of the screening was around the 50 minute mark. It had not to do with the happenings in the movie, though, but in the theater itself. You know, Robert McKeee is absolutely right when he writes in STORY that the IQ of the