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Sandra Bullock stars in Bird Box (pictured above, discussed below). First, though, we have a few other items of interest for horror-movie fans. Netflix series Kingdom gets a trailer – I often think I'm pretty much over zombies at this point of my life, which is funny, because for years I complained there weren't enough zombie movies out there. Now, there are entirely too many, but as this trailer for Kingdom proves, you can still breathe new life into an old monster. A Korean series based on a web-comic by prolific writer Kim Eun-hee, Kingdom is a period piece where swordsmen must battle the undead. The trailer reminds me a bit of stuff like A Chinese Ghost Story, but Kingdom looks to stand entirely as its own thing. Check out the trailer below, which is...
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