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Greetings undead lovers! I’m back from a weekend camping trip on an island that was not full of zombies and I’m ready to bring you some great news.
In the mood to kill yet even more time at work on the company internet? If so, you should check out The Last Stand â€“ Union City, a browser based side scrolling action adventure zombie survival game that’s not too shabby. (g-hacks)
Uwe Boll, the man who brought us every good horrible movie from the last decade, is back on the case and producing Zombie Massacre with Marco Ristori and Luca Boni who brought us Eaters not too long ago. It’s based on a 1998 game of the same name that no one played but seems like a good premise. (Worst Previews)
Neal, one of the guys over at Fancy Dress Outfitters who sent us that cool zombie garden shed survival infographic earlier in the year, sent us the latest thing they’ve whipped up, a nice Halloween zombie guide supporting free range zombie death that’s just as informative.
Now because I know you all had a long weekend (well most of you anyway) I’ve put together some good videos to help you unwind after a boring day back at the office. They’re all after the break.
- Here’s a great trailer for Extinction which shows a lot of promise. It’s an indie German movie, and has screaming blind zombies in it, so I’m game. (horror-movies.ca)
- I love set videos of movies being made. I love seeing the actual movie being filmed before my very eyes. I really, really love this clip of the zombies from World War Z going completely ape shit and seeing just how fast the bite causes a person to change. (io9)
- I spoke briefly about Rise of Nightmares and how I approved of it at the Penny Arcade Expo last week. They’ve released a trailer focusing on the player and the joy that comes from holding an imaginary chainsaw and I love every second of it. (Kotaku)
- Ever wonder how they make those amazing zombie eyes glisten in The Walking Dead? Check out this video to see just how the magic happens behind the scenes. (Buy Zombie)