Tag Archive: zombies

Jul 09 2014

Free (Legal) Download: Decay

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Back when CERN and the Large Hadron Collider were in the news, some people expressed concern it could result in black holes causing the end of the world. But what the subject of this installment of “Free (Legal) Download” reveals they really should have been worrying about zombies. Decay was actually filmed on location by …

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May 21 2014

Free Zombie Music, Volume II

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The response to last year’s selection of free music inspired by(or relating to) zombies was so overwhelming that I simply had to do a follow-up. So here’s 13 more terrific (and terrifying) tunes for you. Just be sure to click on the link on the left for the free download and the one on the …

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May 01 2014

It’s Zombie Awareness Month…

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but I’m going to talk about Godzilla-related stuff instead. Granted, I’ll be doing a sequel to last year’s Free Zombie Music article, but this month my heart only belongs to kaiju. Why discuss zombies when Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla is scheduled to come out this month? After all, I can always talk about zombies next year …

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May 30 2013

Brain Candy

Remember when I reviewed Michael Arnzen’s flash fiction album AudioVile? Well, someone has made an animated version of the post apocalyptic tale “Brain Candy,” which you can watch thanks to PostGazetteNow: If you enjoyed that story, then I have some great news for you: You can download the original audio version for free at Mike …

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May 15 2013

Free Zombie Music

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It’s Zombie Awareness Month and what better way to celebrate than with free zombie music? That’s why I’ve gathered up 13 terror tracks inspired by (or relating to) the living dead for you to enjoy. Just click on the left link for the free download and click on the right for the artist’s official website: …

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May 01 2013

It’s Zombie Awareness Month!

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As the name of this article says, May is Zombie Awareness Month. Since the how and why of this event have already been explained, let’s skip straight to the good stuff. We have plenty of special articles planned for this month (including some free goodies) and hopefully you’ll stick around to check them all out. …

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Oct 26 2012

AHoD Fun Size: David Philips of HIGH FRUCTOSE ZOMBIES

  A Handful of Dirt usually asks a person five questions they wouldn’t normally expect or receive in any other credible interview. But since it’s Halloween, we’re offering a FUN SIZE version where we ask one Halloween question from the Serendipiter Bag o’InquiryTM.       David Braly Philips is part of the husband-wife duo that brought New York …

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Oct 23 2012

AHoD Fun Size: Sarah Braly of HIGH FRUCTOSE ZOMBIES

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  A Handful of Dirt usually asks a person five questions they wouldn’t normally expect or receive in any other credible interview. But since it’s Halloween, we’re offering a FUN SIZE version where we ask one Halloween question from the Serendipiter Bag o’InquiryTM.       Sarah Braly is part of the husband-wife duo that brought New York …

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Jun 26 2012

Tuesday uEtsy: Zombie Fried Tees

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[For those who are searching for unique horror items, one can’t beat Etsy.com. Each Tuesday, Gravedigger’s Local 16 aims to highlight one seller. If you’re looking to spruce up your look, redecorate your sanctorum or get a gift for that special something in your life, Etsy.com is your place for spooky econo.] Zombie Fried Tees …

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May 31 2012

Farewell, Zombie Awareness Month

Although I think our selection of zombie-related posts was wider than last year’s offers, I must admit that our grand total of zombie-related content was not quite as large as I had hoped. Granted, many of us were very busy this month, but I still felt kind of bad about it. So I thought make …

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May 01 2012

It’s Zombie Awareness Month!

It’s that time of the year again! Some of you might wonder why bother setting aside a month for zombies or why it’s happening in May instead of October. As the Zombie Research Society have already explained why they opted for May (I suppose the presumed connection to Halloween is unavoidable given the month they …

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Apr 02 2012

Looking At The World With Broken Glass In My Eye by Mark Justice

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title of the collection Looking At The World With Broken Glass In My Eye by Mark Justice is all the preparation you need before you dive in, as it sets the tone as to the humor and horror of the stories published in this collection from Graveside Tales. Mark Justice has a dark humor to …

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Oct 09 2011

Sunday Reading: MIDNIGHT MOVIE by Tobe Hooper & Alan Goldsher

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Midnight Movie By Tobe Hooper and Alan Goldsher Three Rivers Press Available now on Amazon in Paperback and Kindle format  - In Midnight Movie, Tobe Hooper and Alan Goldsher have successfully written a grindhouse novel. There is sex, there is violence, and there is unrepentant excessiveness that sometimes goes without explanation, daring you with its …

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Aug 16 2011

Tuesday uEtsy: Creepy Glowbug Concoctions

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Creepy Glowbug Concoctions http://www.etsy.com/shop/glowreahhh   Creepy Cute Girly Bow Skull pendant – black/silver spiral skull with pink bow We recently caught up with Hector, poet laurite and up-to-the-minute news reporter. Hector was spotted hanging out the Circle-K and spoke of the following: “Last night, a lady and feller Went off to the Fortune teller Doors …

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Aug 10 2011

Zombie Hunters & ZEROs

If you hung around The Monster Channel on Sundays, you probably caught an episode of “Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead.” The independent horror series depicts the process of culling the growing zombie plague affecting a major metropolitan area. The effects are really great and the acting is pretty good. All the episodes are available online for your watching.  The …

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Aug 08 2011

The Return Man (plus Contest)

Zombie, Ohio by  Scott Kenemore was the first real zombie novel I read. Eventually, I will have to read the Max Brooks contributions to the genre, especially with the movie of World War Z coming out.  I think with the Zombie Saturation Horizon reaching critical levels, my aversion of all things Z was more of a …

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