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The cast for the TV version of The Walking Dead continues to expand, adding Laurie Holden (The Shield, The Mist) as Andrea and newcomer Steven Yeun as Glenn. Adam Fierro has joined as a consulting producer. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Learn what it’s like to be a zombie on a George Romero film, from a man who’s been there, done that. And taken pictures! (Dread Central)
There’s a new German zombie/infected movie called Rammbock coming and it looks amazing. The plot concerns a man looking for his ex-girlfriend and a young stranger he teams up with amongst the zombie-fueled chaos. Trailer is embedded below. (Quiet Earth)
If you’re going to be in Toronto on May 27, you can catch a screening of an uncut 35mm print of Lucio Fulci’s City of the Living Dead, complete with a pre-show leccture on its importance by Fangoria editor-in-chief Chris Alexander. (Fangoria)
Producer Don Carmody talks about the making of Resident Evil: Afterlife. (FEARnet)
If you like board games (and personally, I love them) then Inevitable, a board game about an insane supercomputer, a dystopic future and zombies, might be something you’re interested in. (io9)