Somewhere between November 17th and November 24th, 1979, I was “movie-scared” for the first time. “Movie-Scared” is a term my oldest daughter coined a couple of years ago to describe the experience of being completely and gleefully terrified by something that shows up on screen.
Frank Darabont’s series, The Walking Dead, on AMC reached more adults between the ages of 18 and 49 than any cable show in history. And that’s only one example of how zombies are taking over.
March 25th is the big day. The Zombie Autopsies will finally be available.
Use everyday household items to ready yourself for the apocalypse. Very helpful information. You’ll be seeing me in my Kia Rondo. How to Zombie Proof Your Car
Here’s the thing, though. Zombies? They aren’t likely to be friendly. They aren’t likely to be all that mean either. They’re just, well, zombies. They shamble about and try to eat you, buts its not personal. Its business – zombie business. Kind of like the Sopranos without much dialogue. And my business has somehow become zombie business, which is just way cool. So, at Spooky Empire I have the honor of participating in a panel or two and even being…
You can’t really deny the zombie thing. You can shake your head and you can wonder and you can ponder and you can act like none of it makes any sense to you, but you just can’t deny it. The evidence screams (or, more appropriately, moans) that zombies are definitely in.