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Film Review: Ada: Zombilerin dügünü (2010)


SYNOPSIS:  Erhan, together with five long time friends, is off to the island of Büyükada’ya to attend the wedding of a distant acquaintance. To commemorate the event, he can record their happy moments with a video camera he brought along on the trip. Viewed throughout the entire film, this camera captures the horrors that unfold in a most personal fashion. ...

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2010 NYC Comic Con

Screenshot from Undead Nightmare

New York City’s residents aren’t exactly known for being conservative in their fashion sense. However, even in the city that never sleeps, it was easy to tell as I walked the streets of Manhattan that I was getting closer to the site of the 2010 New York Comic Convention.  As I approached, I spotted fans dressed as comic book icons ...

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Zombie Epic Crosses into Blockbuster Hollywood Franchises


San Diego, CA – A first in comic book history, IDW Publishing is proud to announce INFESTATION! Starting in January 2011, INFESTATION will infect STAR TREK, GHOSTBUSTERS, TRANFORMERS and G.I. JOE comics with zombies, zombies, and more zombies. To help create this multi-dimensional saga, IDW is teaming up with fan-favorite writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (The Thanos Imperative, Legion of Super-Heroes) and artist David Messina (TRUE BLOOD). “This is ...

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Film Review: Apocalypse of the Dead (2009)


SYNOPSIS: A group of Interpol agents have the task of transporting a dangerous prisoner to Belgrade. Unfortunately for them, their job becomes more difficult after a chemical (that looks just like the Joker’s deadly laughing gas from the 1989 Batman movie) is accidentally released and turns everyone exposed to it into flesh eating zombies. Our heroes soon find themselves fighting ...

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Interview: Eric Weiss – (aka Zombie!)


If you’re a horror fan and do any kind of online social networking, chances are you’ve crossed paths with ZOMBIE! on Facebook, Twitter and/or Myspace. Or maybe you’ve seen the ZOMBIE! logo on t-shirts, or the Youtube videos. You might even play the late-nite horror movie trivia games on Facebook. What’s the deal with ZOMBIE!, anyway? Having followed the Delaware-based ...

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They Walk: surviving oncoming zombie apocalypse (stills!)

“The story started as a discussion about how to best stave off and survive through the inevitable oncoming zombie apocalypse. Several survival methods were discussed, each with their own likelihood of survival. These ideas eventually became a story, and over the course of time, became a script. After shooting many interviews for a documentary on the history of zombie cinema, ...

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Book Review: Zombiemania – Author Dr Arnold T Blumberg


ZOMBIEMANIA (80 MOVIES TO DIE FOR) Written by Dr Arnold T Blumberg and Andrew Hershberger Published by Telos Publishing Publication Date: 2006 Format: B&W – 400 pages Price: $22.95 Easily one of the largest book of Zombies I’ve run across, one thing is clear…. these authors love there work! With the book totaling over 400 pages Zombiemania is the bible ...

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Book Review: The Zombie Handbook – Author Rob Sacchetto


Written by Rob Sacchetto Artwork by Rob Sacchetto Published by Ulysses Press Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 128 pages Price: $16.95 It only takse but a quick glance to know this is a killer looking little read. Littered with top notch zombie illustrations, the author and artist Rob Sacchetto clearly knows his stuff. In fact memories of Evil Dead ...

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‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ – book arrives


‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ by N.J. Halllard is on sale now at lulu.com  First-time horror author N.J.Hallard’s debut novel is a story of survival set in the year after a devastating outbreak of zombie plague wipes out most of the human race. Set in Worthing on the south coast of England, the three-hundred-page novel – which has been four years ...

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Univ. of Baltimore Launching New College Course in Zombies this Fall!


New Course Explores Use of Zombies in Pop Culture Part of UB’s Minor in Pop Culture in School of Communication Design Grendel did it. So did Frankenstein, Dracula, Cujo, and the Golem. Eventually, all great literary and cinematic monsters leap from the page or screen into popular culture. And from there, it’s just a small step into the college classroom. ...

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Film Review: The Book of Zombie (2010)


SYNOPSIS: A small, sleepy Utah town gets an undead wake-up call when all of the townspeople of Mormon faith suddenly transform into flesh-eating ghouls! Now, a group of “non-believers” unaffected by the mysterious epidemic must band together to survive the night and answer the burning question: How do you kill a Mormon zombie? REVIEW:  The Book of Zombie is a ...

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