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The Walking Dead is still going strong despite some shake ups lately, and cinematographer turned director David Boyd gives a pretty nice interview about working on the show and getting a shot directing. (Dread Central)
Speaking of The Walking Dead, for all you metal lovers out there Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian posted a pic of himself in full blown zombie makeup for his cameo in season two. (FEARnet)
After the break, check out some choice songs from the Dead Island sound track and get your mind right for some proper zombie killing. (Joystiq)
Graig Gillespie recently discussed Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and told us he’s ready to start shooting early 2012. (indieWIRE)
Check out the second trailer for community game turned fright flick Humans vs. Zombies after the break. (Fangoria)
It seems like Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D will be an animated full CGI retelling of the classic Romero story. Check out the trailer after the break, and look forward to the fact that Tony Todd will be lending his voice to the project. (Worst Previews)
Rob Sholty, an indie filmmaker from Las Vegas, dropped us a line to a trailer for his first feature film Patient Zero, which he describes as “The Wrestler meets 28 Days Later“. He’s currently gathering funds through kickstarter if you want to pitch in, and you can check out the trailer after the break. It actually looks pretty damn cool…