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The guys over at Rooster Teeth saved all of their awesome for the season finale of their webseries Immersion. In the finale, they test out the theory of the zombie headshot, and learn just how tough it is to accomplish. (Destructiod)
There’s a nice write up of Adam Dunning’s InFected and the fight to get a silver screen debut. (Times Leader)
Forget Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, the latest movie to get the actors fighting for a lead role is Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, about the young pre president hunting and killing zombies as a REAL American hero. (Sky Movies)
His part in the series may have been short lived, but it was important. Now Andrew Rothenberg, who played super mechanic and infected companion Jim on The Walking Dead, speaks up about working on the show. (Dread Central)
I’ve been waiting patiently, and now I can finally show you Bite Me Episode 5. The video is after the break. I hope you’ve been enjoying the series as much as I have.
One of our top commenters, Zombie Shakespeare, brought us some awesome news today. His brother Kevin Burke has recently finished his novel The Last Mailman: Neither Rain, Nor Sleet, Nor Zombies. It’s available on the Kindle from Amazon for $2.99.