A good friend of Send More Cops, B-Sol over at the awesome Vault of Horror has recently and deservedly been given the opportunity to be an official affiliate of the equally awesome website FEARnet. And his first order of business was to announce an upcoming series of “Infectious Films” that FEARnet will be streaming on their site for free. This is, of course, in response to the recent outbreak of swine flu (which, fortunately, did not actually contain a strain of the zombie virus).
And when you’re talking about films about killer viruses, there are bound to be a few zombie movies thrown in. And luckily, there are. The series, which begins streaming on June 3rd, will feature zombie favorites like the awesome and too-little-seen high school zombie flick Dance of the Dead (which you may remember, I love) and the all time great — and one of my absolute favorites — Night of the Creeps. NOTC is one of those that has never been released on DVD, although that’ll be changing in October. But in the meantime, you can check it out on FEARnet! (Unless you’re like me and DVR’d it off of Showtime months ago and have yet to delete it from the DVR so you can revisit it every couple of weeks, this is a rare treat.)
A couple of other zombie movies will be playing as well including Days of Darkness which I know nothing about and, uh, one of the Resident Evil movies. You know. The crappy one.
You can find out more about the series and about which films are playing over at The Vault of Horror.