Movie Review – George A. Romero's Land of the Dead | survivethewalkingdead.com

Land of the Dead marks the return of the legendary horror director George A. Romero to the genre he created in 1969 with the original Night of the Living Dead . Romero had a lot to live up to with this film. Night's first sequel, Dawn of the Dead is one of the greatest horror […]

Online TV Shows | survivethewalkingdead.com

Most of the people love to surf the internet and for this, they often keep visiting different sites. They want to get some fresh information and try to explore the every avenue of the internet. If you are also trying to have some online shows then you will not have to move pillar to the […]

New Movie Releases For Your Next Date Night | survivethewalkingdead.com

If there is one thing that you should look forward to, it has to be checking out one of the many new movie releases for your special night out with your sweetheart. And why would not you? After all, you spend at least forty hours a week busting your hump at work, you deal with […]

Review of "Grease" | survivethewalkingdead.com

"Grease" is one of my favorite musical films. Adapted from the Broadway musical of the same name, "Grease" concerns a group of teenagers from Rydell High, a fictitious high school, in 1959. The story, music, and acting are all fantastic. One summer, Danny Zuko (John Travolta) and Sandy Olson (Olivia Newton-John) meet and enjoy a […]

Enjoy Ghost Stories on Satellite TV Told by Celebrities | survivethewalkingdead.com

For those who enjoy good old fashioned storytelling, there's nothing better than turning on some of the programs on the new network Bio. It can be a relaxing experience to sit back and listen to someone telling you a story, an experience that most of us have not had since we were young children. However, […]

The Film Career of Orson Welles | survivethewalkingdead.com

RKO pictures offered Orson Welles what is often provided to be the greatest contract ever offered to an untried director – complete artistic control. But then again Welles was no ordinary untried director – he already had the most admirable, innovative and inspiring of theater and radio careers behind him. For his first feature he […]

7 Most Common Nurse Retention Mistakes | survivethewalkingdead.com

I've met many of today's influential nurse leaders, human resource professionals and healthcare executives, and I've spoken to hundreds, perhaps thousands, of industry experts. I've often wondered why these industry power houses all struggle with the same nagging issue – recruiting and retaining skilled nurses – and why they repeat the same disastrous mistakes. I […]

Watching More Than Just TV on Your HD TV | survivethewalkingdead.com

maybe you did not – but your parents did! Now you can watch live news feeds on multiple channels and turn to the Discovery Channel for a documentary during the half time show of your favorite sports team. Having a high definition television changes the way you watch TV even more than just the channels […]

Why I Love Paul Potts and Lewis Hamilton | survivethewalkingdead.com

The first winner of Britain's Got Talent, Paul Potts, moved reality shows to a new level when he was crowned the undisputed king of talent in the program. Yet he could not have been a more unlucky winner at the beginning. Paul Potts appeared on stage at the audition looking pained, disheveled and grim-faced to […]

Smart Parts SP-1 Tactical Parts – Top 5 Upgrades For the Money | survivethewalkingdead.com

The Smart Parts SP-1 has gained significant popularity since its debut about two years ago. It was created as a continued effort from Smart Parts to develop tournament level performance in entry-level priced paintball guns. The original Ion started it all. It taught the rest of the industry that a tournament level gun no longer […]