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If you’re a fan of the classic “zombies caused by a space virus” scenario, then you’ll want to check out this trailer for the newest zombie movie, Parasitic. Naturally, you can do that via the embed below. (Dread Central)
It’s a great day for you gunslingers as it was announced that Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, the zombie dlc released for the popular game, will be available as a standalone disc, with no previous game purchase required. (Kotaku)
If you need to brush up on your flesh eating marksmanship, there’s a zombie themed paintball scenario game going on November 7 in Chesapeake City, MD. (M. Carter Brown)
Robert Kirkman answers one question, the most important question, “Why zombies?” in a recent interview. (Courier Journal)
Dead Frontier, a browser based zombie apocalypse shooter, just went open beta and is free to play. There’s also a game play trailer after the break. Try not to get fired playing at work. (Worth Playing)
TROMA Films crosses genres with Zombie Werewolves Attack! and we’ve got the first trailer online now. (More Horror)
Call it an early Christmas because there’s 70 beautiful and horrifying high res images of The Walking Dead online for your viewing pleasure. (Bloody Disgusting)
There’s a metric TON of recent rumors on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
- David Slade, who’s already made a name for himself with vampires and werewolves (30 Days of Night, Twilight: Eclipse), and Mike Newell (Prince of Persia) are both in the running to direct the film. (Ain’t It Cool News)
- Doomsday’s Neil Marshall is also being considered to direct, and he’ll possibly be directing stars Bradley Cooper, newcomer Mia Wasikowska, and Tilda Swinton. (Bloody Disgusting)
- There’s an early report that Scarlett Johansson is also being considered for the main role. (Contact Music)