Deadlines: News roundup 2/25/10

Posted by Cory Casciato On February - 25 - 2010


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The Austin public library will offer a showing of Zombie Girl: the Movie (a documentary about pre-teen filmmaker Emily Hagins) with a Q&A with Aaron Marshall, the man who made the doc, and Hagins herself after. The good times start at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday March 2. (Austin City Connection)

As part of a show on vampire forensics, National Geographic dug up a document from 1679 called DE MASTICATIONE MORTUORUM or “The Chewing Dead.” Dead people that get up and chew on the living? That’s a zombie, my friend! (National Geographic)

Plants vs Zombies continues its runaway success story on its latest platform (iPhone) with gross sales of $1 million in just nine days! (Kotaku)

Another day, another zombie tower-defense game for the iPhone. Here’s a preview of Zombie Smash. There’s a trailer below, as well. (IGN)

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