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As part of the Facebook Comic Con, an online comic convention, you’ll be able to watch Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated online from November 12-15.
Need to catch up on your collection of Robert Kirkman’s brilliant Walking Dead series? This two-for-one deal should help — hurry, it ends October 31. (Horror Squad)
Relive the October 11 Monroeville Mall — aka the infamous mall from the original Dawn of the Dead — zombie crawl with this story from the local paper. (Indiana Gazette)
Learn about the history and future of Phantasm (yes, it is a zombie movie) in this Q&A with Director Don Coscarelli an stars Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister. (LA Times)
Cap off last week’s coverage of The Zombie Game Experiment with an interview with Hive Media CEO Will Weaver. (Zombie Command)
Someone has put together an informative guide on how Twitter can save your life in the coming zombie apocalypse. (Mozealous)
Among this week’s DVD releases is Last of the Living, a zombie comedy about a couple of slacker survivors and a hot girl who may hold the cure for the zombie plague. (Fangoria)
So, there’s a real Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, and there’s a not-real one in Left 4 Dead‘s “No Mercy” campaign. Some funny guys have been reviewing the not-real hospital on the real one’s Citysearch site. Hilarious. (Kotaku)
A few details on a Canadian zombie walk and Mez-Itz zombie toy discount. (Fangoria)