The designers of Western Michigan University’s new website embedded a warning to alert users of a zombie outbreak. Click here to read all about it.
This morning, Kotaku did an interesting article announcing that an expansion pack for Red Dead Redemption (slated for October 26) will be zombie-themed. Here’s the trailer: I didn’t pick up Red Dead Redemption because I thought Red Dead Revolver was just sort of “meh.” However, given this new development, I may grab a copy afterContinue reading “Red Dead Zombies”
Here’s a picture of me and fellow Zombie Research Society Advisory Board member Dr. Steven Schlozman at the Spooky Empire horror convention in Orlando over the weekend: As always, Spooky Empire was an incredibly well-run event with many fun symposia, events, and musical concerts. My favorite part was meeting readers. (It’s one thing to get a statement from your publisherContinue reading “Spooky Empire 2010”
Back in March, I wrote about a group of zombie walkers in Minneapolis who were suing for wrongful arrest after they were taken into custody for acting like zombies. Yesterday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that the zombies have been awarded $165,000! Whilst cops should obviously arrest criminals and those who hurt others, cops have noContinue reading “Send more cops… so we can sue them for $165,000”
This coming Tuesday, August 24 at 8pm CST, I will appear on WBEW 89.5 FM “Vocalo Radio” in Chicago on the Jesse Menendez Show. We will discuss zombies, play zombie rock songs, and do a giveaway of my new book The Art of Zombie Warfare. To listen outside of Chicago, go to the Vocalo website and click the “ListenContinue reading “Zombies on Vocalo Radio in Chicago”
I did an interview about The Art of Zombie Warfare with the excellent horror website Dollar Bin Horror. Here’s the link.
My new book The Art of Zombie Warfare received some attention from a writer at the Hartford Courant today, and I did a little interview about it for a website called A Shopper’s Quest.
A New Zealand pizza restaurant has launched a YouTube advertisement, with a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure twist, that pits a pizza deliveryman against zombies:
A young lady who attended Kenyon College a few years after me has done a post-apocalyptic photo shoot with her husband-to-be to celebrate their upcoming wedding. My humble tomes have found their way into several of the pictures. Here’s a link to the entire photo set, where you can also learn more about the photographer. (I really like theContinue reading “Have you ever been to (a) post-apocalyptic wedding?”
Last week, I watched the 1969 film They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?. Electing to do so was not a decision at which I arrived easily. I’d heard Horses was a sad movie directed by Sydney Pollack, which more-or-less sounded promising. I enjoy sad movies when they’re well done (like The Straight Story and Dancer in the Dark), and IContinue reading “They Shoot Zombies, Don’t They?”