Friday, June 30, 2006

Experimental Zombie

Zombie Joe

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From LA Times:
They interpret the first-person text with demented discipline under Zombie Joe's straight-faced direction. The techniques include choral droning, split-second trade-offs and skittering choreography, all executed with convulsive coherence. Such experimental tactics combine with the hardware-store lighting plot and Reiner's sidebar numbers to weirdly wonderful effect.
Read the whole thing here...

You can catch Zombie Joe:
'The Tell-Tale Heart' and 'The Bells'

Where: ZJU Theatre, 4850 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood
When: 8:30 p.m. today, 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Ends: Sunday
Price: $10
Info: (818) 202-4120
Running time: 55 minutes

First Official Stills from RE: Extinction

Check out these incredibly boring stills! Whoopie!

From Blood-Disgusting:
Forget that lame pic of Milla Jovovich on the set of Sony Screen Gems' Resident Evil: Extinction that we posted earlier... two "official" stills have made their way online and are crystal clear - one of Milla Jovovich as Alice, the other of Ali Larter as Claire Redfield. Read on to check 'em out. Milla Jovovich is back as Alice, and she's running with a new pack of humans, leading a caravan that's cutting through the Nevada desert on a long trek to Alaska. Hunted by the minions of the perpetually scheming Dr. Isaacs, Alice has zombies hungry for her flesh (once again) and lab rats hungry for her blood -- while Alice is hungry for only one thing: revenge...

Fango Radio Tonight

Zombie Happenings Tonight on Fango Radio

From Fango:
FANGORIA RADIO, hosted by Dee Snider and Debbie Rochon and heard Friday nights on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 102, will dedicate tonight’s episode (airing from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. EST/7-10 p.m. PST) to “Independents’ Day,” showcasing some of the genre’s most popular maverick filmmakers. Set to appear on tonight’s edition are:

• Eli Roth (pictured), who’ll talk up his upcoming HOSTEL 2 and Stephen King adaptation CELL

• Lloyd Kaufman, head of Troma Films, whose latest is POULTRYGEIST: NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

The PornoZombies in Ca

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From Renegade Theatre Experiment:
Take one part Rocky Horror Picture Show, one part Twilight Zone, and one part Shaun of the Dead. Mix them together and you get the World Premiere of The PornoZombies! Find out what happens when a mad scientist’s plan to bring love and happiness to us all involves reanimating the dead to make films of…well…an adult nature.



14-Jul-2006, 15-Jul-2006, 16-Jul-2006,
20-Jul-2006, 21-Jul-2006, 22-Jul-2006, 23-Jul-2006,
27-Jul-2006, 28-Jul-2006, 29-Jul-2006


Historic Hoover Theater
1635 Park Avenue
San José , CA 95126

All performances begin at 8pm except Sunday.
Sunday performances begin at 2pm.

Ticket Info:

Zombie Soldier Escapes!


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From Sploid:
A mysterious empty military casket was found in the Arizona desert near Tucson on Saturday, fueling local fears that a zombie soldier may have escaped.

Two men found the silver coffin in a pile of trash near Interstate 10; the men were reportedly "playing paintball" in the desert.

"When deputies arrived, they opened the casket expecting to find a body but did not," KVOA TV reported. "Instead they found hair and fluid."

Read the whole thing here...

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Rusty Nail's Acne Review

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Check out my new review of Rusty Nails' Acne right here! Also, be on the lookout for a Nails interview in the coming future...good times will be had by all.

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Zombie Movie

Watch Zombie Short:
Zombie Movie

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From 2Chums Moving Pictures:
What happens when a couple guys who work for Valve on Half Life the game make a zombie short? We get a zombie movie called "Zombie Movie". The film is a comedic short about 3 guys stuck in a car during a zombie outbreak. Warning it does contain some graphic content!
It's 15 minutes and 3 seconds long and you can watch it right here.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Book Reminder

This is just to remind folks about some zombie books that are available right now.

Jesus Freaks by Andre Duza

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Down the Road by Bowie Ibarra

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Twilight of the Dead by Travis Adkins

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Look forward to a Jesus Freaks review by our very own Spiral in the near future.

Zombie Me: Patchwork and Pieces

Zombie Me

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Hungry for some fresh zombie fiction? Then check out Zombie Me: Patchwork and Pieces by William Zedalis, described as:
A novel blog following our newly reanimated hero and the calamity that is set in motion by his awakening.
Here's an excerpt:
He turned his head, this time slower, to the left. It seemed no matter where he located his proboscis the smell of rot followed. The futility of being stuck encased in a dark wet stench was almost overwhelming when he made the discovery that it wasn't his environ which throttled him with rot, the smell of rot... was coming from him.
To be privy to updates and such, friend William at his MySpace profile.

Saturday, June 24, 2006

The Zombie Walk Connection

Here is a place for all you folks who want to organize your own Zombie Walk/March/Lurch to get together with like-minded individuals--to trade ideas, or even just to see if there's one in your area. Check it out.

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"Mindless But Not Voiceless"

Free Iowa City Zombie March Stickers

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I mentioned this upcoming zombie march earlier, and there is news of free stickers. I love free and I love stickers, so of course I had to report it. It's helps if you live in Wisconsin, sure, but hey...zombie get 'em!

Just mail a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
1639 Acorn Ct.
Menasha, WI 54952
Make sure your evelope is 4 1/8" tall x 9 1/2" wide in order for your sticker to fit.

Rodriguez and Tarantino Talk Zombies

Rodriguez and Tarantino
Talk Zombies, er, Infected People

Robert, tell me about your film.

RODRIGUEZ: Mine's a zombie movie called Planet Terror. It feels like a John Carpenter movie that took place between Escape From New York and The Thing. I wanted to do a zombie script a while back because there hadn't been any good zombie movies in a while. I got about 30 pages into it, and then all these zombie movies came out. So I thought, Well, I don't have to make them zombies — there could be other reasons why they're like this. They're infected people. Quentin, what's that story?

TARANTINO: There was this Umberto Lenzi zombie movie in the '70s called Nightmare City, and a while ago some friends of mine were going to meet him in Rome, and I told them to tell him how much I loved Nightmare City. And they told him. And he goes, ''Zombies? What's theees zombies? They're infected people!''

Local Kudos for Locked Away

Local Kudos for Locked Away

From The Saginaw News:

Zombie flick delivers satisfying campy thrills with Saginaw flavor

Hey, put me in, coach!

After catching the friends-and-family premiere Thursday of "Locked Away," a zombie film oozing with Saginaw connections, I wanted to stumble through a field with arms stretched out, growling "argghhhh" and giving chase with a speed reminiscent of O.J. Simpson's infamous slow-speed chase.

Click here for the whole story...

Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare Signing!

Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare Signing at Dark Delicacies

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From Fango:
Burbank, CA horror book/collectibles store Dark Delicacies (4213 West Burbank Boulevard) and DVD company Synapse Films have announced a signing event tying in with the latter’s release of ROCK ‘N’ ROLL NIGHTMARE on disc. On Wednesday, July 5 at 7 p.m., director John Fasano and several of the cast will be on hand to autograph copies of the DVD, which features a new (and pretty stunning-looking) widescreen transfer of the movie, commentary by Fasano and star/writer/producer Jon-Mikl Thor, behind-the-scenes footage and more. The disc streets next Tuesday, June 27 with a retail price of $24.95; look for a review on this site later today.
Oh to live in LA again! Oh here to read !Vision!'s review of the recent sequel Intercessor: Another Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare.

Evil Dead 2-Free Screening

Free Screening of Evil Dead 2 in NYC

From Metropol NYC:
Monday June 26th
at Metropol located at RiFiFi/Cinema Classics 332 11th st between 1st and 2nd ave

10pm Evil Dead 2

Hosted By:
Metropol NYC

Monday Jun 26, 2006
at 10:00 PM

RiFiFi / Cinema Classics
332 11th st btw 1st & 2nd ave
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Drink Special
PBR Tap Pints $3 Until we run out

Next Week July 3rd Patriotic Night
Uncle Sam...I Want You Dead!

Friday, June 23, 2006

Grindhouse Back on Track, Possible Sequel

From Bloody-Disgusting:
"Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez have already combined on several memorable projects that could best be described as the good ("Sin City"), the bad ("Four Rooms") and the gloriously ugly ("From Dusk Till Dawn"), so it's no surprise that their next collaboration, "Grind House," is equal parts humorous, horrific and hokey. "It's awesome," Rodriguez reported last week of the flick, which is actually two smaller films with tongue-in-cheek trailers littered among them. "I was just filming last night. Quentin operates the second camera, and I'll be done shooting soon and then I'll be shooting his movie. It's going to be wild." The longtime friends are helping each other out with their respective films and expect the unorthodox project to hit theaters in April. Speaking about the trailers, Rodriguez added: "I can't say anything about it because those are really surprises. Danny Trejo ['Con Air'] is in one, but there's another one that's huge. People are going to wish that one was the movie." Finally, Rodriguez dropped the bombshell that there is already talk of a "Grind House" sequel, which would bring the fake ads from the first flick to fruition. "If those trailers are great enough," he revealed, "they might be part of the feature we do for the next 'Grind House.'"

4th of July Zombiefest!

MonstersHD to Air Zombiefest

From Fango:
The 24-hour hi-def horror channel MonstersHD has a movie marathon honoring zombie cinema on the way, and aims to make America's birthday nice and bloody. The network will host its Independence Day of the Dead celebration Monday, July 3-Tuesday, July 4; films to be shown include the George A. Romero classics NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD

and DAY OF THE DEAD (the latter of which, pictured, debuted theatrically on 4th of July weekend in 1985), the comedy/horror fave RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, Sam Raimi's original THE EVIL DEAD, Peter Jackson's ultra-gorefest DEAD ALIVE, three from Amando de Ossorio's BLIND DEAD series and HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES, which doesn't focus on the undead but had a Zombie (Rob) as its director.

As an special bonus, the network has produced a half-hour countdown show, MONSTER'S TOP 13 ZOMBIE FLICKS, to air July 4 at 11:30 ET. For more info, visit the site linked above.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Down the Road

Down the Road: Special Edition

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Permuted Press's Special Edition of Bowie Ibarra's Down the Road is now available for purchase, so get on over to any of the following to get yours!

Human Residue Updates!

From Official Site:
Here are some examples of some 'behind the scenes' work that goes into the design of the Human Residue world. Concept art by Gareth Brough ( and Jaimie Lloyd-Anderson.

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Also, a list of updates:

-Full length trailer released:
It's been selected for the final of the Frozen Moon International Trailer competition and it's now at last been released on our website.
-Shooting schedule:
We've been pushing on fast with production over the past month with several new co-producers joining the fray Katy Roberts, Emma Wilson, Chris Roberts and Tanya Laird to get the final pre-production rush sorted out ready to start filming on the 1st of July.
-Horror Channel short:
This week we've also just completed a suprise short film! This is another project which some of you may have heard about. We decided to enter a competition organised by The Horror Channel (Sky) for 2 minute horror shorts, so we entered our short The Machine, and Adrian and I also edited together a zombie short based on some of the first ever test scenes shot last year. The 2 minute film is now up on our forum for you to enjoy.
-The Machine screening:
Monday 26th June, City Screen Bar, York. 8pm, £3 on the door. see you there!
-Fundraiser Event: Dusk of the Dead:
In a last chance bid to raise a bit of extra funding to cover our set building and production costs we've organised a fundraiser party for this friday (tomorrow). At Dusk bar in York from 8pm-late we'll be celebrating on a zombie movie tribute theme. Basically this is your chance to dress up as a zombie, enjoy a night of mayhem with the cast and crew plus help raise funds for Human Residue! So do come along down. Friday 23rd June. 8pm - late. Dusk.
-Help raise funds for Residue:
I've just discovered a brilliant new website called It lets you upload a video and raise money for everyone who watches it! So I thought this would be a great way to raise some of that finance we still desperately need. You can help! If everyone could click the link below, watch the short teaser and then click the advert at the end, every click will raise half a dollar for the production! Here's the link: Don't forget to click the ad at the end, and tell all your friends!!!
Hats off to these guys for being driven and inventive in securing their funds. Kudos!

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Heads ups! Upcoming book!

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Here's something to maybe request as a Halloween gift...coming in October of this year: Gospel of the Living Dead: George Romero's Visions of Hell of Earth. From Baylor University Press:
This volume connects American social and religious views with the classic American movie genre of the zombie horror film. For nearly forty years, the films of George A. Romero have presented viewers with hellish visions of our world overrun by flesh-eating ghouls. This study proves that Romero's films, like apocalyptic literature or Dante's Commedia, go beyond the surface experience of repulsion to probe deeper questions of human nature and purpose, often giving a chilling and darkly humorous critique of modern, secular America.
I'll be working on a review of this for you folks. You can use this link to pre-order it!

Baltimore Zombie Walk

Baltimore Zombie Walk Successful!

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From the MySpace Baltimore Zombie Walk Group:
Thank you everyone who came out to the walk. The day went better that I could have imagined. Who knew that June 18th would be the hottest day of the year and we still filled the harbor with grunting gurgling rotted corpses. And thanks for all of you who brought makeup to share, helped spread word, blogged the event, myspaced it and took photos.
Had I known about this, I would have posted it--had I been in town, I totally would have gone. *sigh* Click here for more rockin' photos. Hat tip to ghostfreehood .

Zombie March

The First Annual Iowa City Zombie March!

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Check it out:
Walk with your un-dead brethren through the streets of Iowa City in the light of day. With all your gore and glory, let's mob the city! Be one of us because you are a Horror movie fan, because you love costume or to make a statement. How often do you get to participate in something this weird and free?

All that is required is that you show up in costume, respect traffic laws and practice common sense.
Bring your friends; nothing says you love someone quite like caking yourself in make-up, limping down the street together and eating the occasional bystander! Besides, nothing is more impressive that a mob of zombies and the sense of belonging you get from being part of that mob.

When: July 22, 2006– Iowa City

Where: Meet at Happy Hollow Park at 4:30. We will start walking at 5:00.

What: Walk from the park to down town Iowa City…ending up at the Deadwood Tavern.

Make-up Help: Those who need make up help can bring their make-up and get help with that starting at 3:30

Dorm of the Dead

Dorm of the Dead
Art & Photos @ Fango

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From Fango:
Writer/director Donald Farmer passed on the DVD art for his upcoming undead flick DORM OF THE DEAD, along with a couple of new photos (see below). The movie, which we first reported on here, stars rising horror starlet Tiffany Shepis as a co-ed who inadvertantly sparks a zombie attack at Arkham University; her co-stars include Andrea Ownbey ("Miss Howard Stern," who recently gave the movie heavy promotion on the shock jock's Sirius radio show), Jackey (IT FEEDS) Hall, Dukey (HOLLYWOOD CHAINSAW HOOKERS) Flyswatter, Jeff Dylan (OCTOBER MOON) Graham and Kimberly (CREMAINS) Cole.

Last Rites

Last Rites Premieres in LA

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From Fango:
Video-game art director/animator-turned-director Duane Stinnett gave Fango the word that his debut feature LAST RITES will have its world premiere at the 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival on Friday, June 30 at midnight at Westwood's Crest Theatre. The movie is about two rival LA street gangs who find themselves trapped in the same warehouse, along with the LAPD, while bloodthirsty ghouls outside crave a taste of their flesh.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006


Hi kids. I'm back. After a good 16 hour nap to counteract the combination jetlag/flu, I think I'm ready to tackle ZAGG once more. To get everyone (including myself) caught up, here are some of the more interesting headlines from the last month of so.

Romero's World of the Dead
From Bloody-Disgusting:
When you see someone from Europe or Japan, make sure you tell them "thank you"... Why you ask? Because they played a heavy role in why you may get to see George A. Romero's fifth 'Dead' film, which is more or a less going to be a sequel to Land of the Dead (rumored to be titled World of the Dead). "Now that Land of the Dead did so well in European markets and Japan, and the DVD is flying off shelves, there's talk of a sequel," Romero tells Empire Online. He continues, "It won't be in April but it might now be August or something. I hope to God we don't have to do the winter again, but there's a real buzz happening now about a sequel." There you have it, more zombies done right! I just hope the hero zombie from Land isn't in this one. 'Land Part Deux' puts Romero’s two planned Stephen King adaptations, From A Buick 8 and The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, on the back burner for a while yet.
Plan B and Paramount Pick Up Brooks' World War Z

From Fango:
Variety reports that Brad Pitt’s Plan B production company and Paramount Pictures have grabbed the film rights to Max Brooks’ living-dead-apocalypse book WORLD WAR Z: AN ORAL HISTORY OF THE ZOMBIE WAR, having won a bidding war with Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way outfit. A follow-up to Brooks’ popular ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE, which explained how to survive a ghoul plague, WORLD WAR Z is set 10 years after the undead have taken over the world and presents a chronicle of the deadly events supposedly gathered by a news reporter who travels around the world to interview survivors. Crown Publishing will issue the book September 12.
Romero's Zombisodes

From MoviesOnline:
Fresh off 2005's "LAND OF THE DEAD" winning the Canadian Space Channel's recent Award for Best Horror Movie, beating out the likes of "SAW 2" & "The Ring 2" along with others, Horror Icon George Romero is scheduled to begin his next project which is called "Zombisodes". It is unclear at this time if the production is a feature film, T.V. series or something for the web. Shooting is scheduled to begin in Toronto sometime in July.
Ken Foree in Negogiations to star in
Serbian-Croation Zombie flick, Zone mrtvih

Here's the IMDb link, and here's info on the movie itself. Could be interesting...

Macy Joins House of Re-Animator Cast

From Bloody-Disgusting:
They weren't lying when they said they wanted to cast big names in Stuart Gordon's House of Re-Animator, the fourth of six planned 'Re-Animator' films. William H. Macy, of 'Fargo' fame, has signed on to join Jeffrey Combs and Bruce Abbott in the latest adventure of Herbert West, accordingt o Fangoria. The sequel focuses on a Bush-like president who dies in office. His staff covertly brings in Dr. Herbert West to reanimate the Commander in Chief, and the expected chaos ensues.
Return of the Living Dead Remake

From Bloody-Disgusting:
Yup, add one more to the growing list of useless remake... and add this one to one of the worst. According to ArrowintheHead the next remake on the block is Return of the Living Dead. Arrow in the Head writes, "I heard via a very reliable source that Producer Anatoly Fradis, who brought us the lackluster ROTLD 4 and 5 is now aiming to remake the original." In the original, when a bumbling pair of employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a deadly gas into the air, the vapors cause the dead to re-animate as they go on a rampage through Louisville, Kentucky seeking their favorite food, brains.
Night of the Leben Tod

From Fango:
Eric Forsberg, writer/director of the Asylum release ALIEN ABDUCTION, gave Fango the word and some pics (see more below) from his new zombie opus, the first to be produced by the Cerebral Experiment company he recently formed with his wife Karen. Titled NIGHT OF THE LEBEN TOD, it’s described by Forsberg as “an amazingly scary, gory, creepy and heart-wrenching film about the undead” and “a new take on a favorite theme: flesh that can never die.”
Christopher Walken, Zombie Fan!

From Bloody-Disgusting:
Arrowinthehead just discovered a piece of an interview with bad ass actor Christopher Walken in which he reveals some very interesting news about his hopes and ambitions for the future. When asked by the Chicago Sun Times, "You have a reputation of being a true original. What would it be like to spend a rainy Saturday with you?" He replied, "Well, we might watch a movie. Right now, I'd definitely watch a zombie movie if I could. I mean, I'd absolutely love to do one, too. Zombie movies are interesting because it could be any budget. You can make it for nothing. You can spend a lot of money. It's still a zombie movie."
Deadlands Trailer

From MoviesOnline:
The trailer is Rated R. In the early fall of 2008 a terrorist attack brings the United States to it's knees. This attack, biological in nature cause the Dead to return to life and seek human victims. The film follows a mother and her son as they try to escape their home to make it to safety. Her husband and his best friend are away on a trip and have to fight their way back to find his wife and son. Plus, a man who narrowly escapes a zombie attack only to warn others of the fate coming their way. 3 seperate stories all running together will fold together in the end with each group of characters fighting for their own survival against a growing army of the Dead.
Wanted: Undead or Alive Casting News

From Bloody-Disgusting:
According to various sources, Matt Besser (Upright Citizens Brigade), Chris Coppola (Beowulf), Leslie Jordan (Madhouse), Cristin Michele and Brian Posehn (Stay) have all joined the previously announced Navi Rawat, Chris Kattan and James Denton in Dark Lot Entertainment's Wanted: Undead or Alive, which is now filming.
Locked Away Premieres in MI

From Fango:
LOCKED AWAY is about a teenager whose friend shows him a “monster”—a flesheating ghoul—that’s imprisoned in an old shed. When more zombies start attacking their town, the teen’s older brother, a soldier recently returned home from the Iraq War, leads the defense against them. Tickets for the premiere show (which also includes a performance by Detroit band Elevendy, whose music is featured in the movie) are $8 and can be purchased at the door or on-line at the State’s website linked above; you can see LOCKED AWAY’s official website here. The movie is now complete and scheduled for its world premiere Friday, June 23 at Bay City, MI’s State Theatre; the event begins at 7 p.m. and the feature begins at 8 p.m.

Saturday, June 03, 2006


Here it is, folks, as promised.

The purpose of this survey is to find out as much about the zombie audience as possible. Although many questions might seem random and not zombie related at all, trust me, they are all thoroughly thought-out, relevent, and specifically chosen for this survey. I appreciate very much your complete, 100% honesty in these answers. I am aware that some people's answers might seem politically incorrect and what have you. You all need to know that there is no individual judging with this survey, and it is completely anonymous. I won't even know who you are--once you fill it out and submit it, you all become a bunch of numbers for me to crunch and analyze. So, don't be afraid to respond with exactly what you think.

The data collected from this survey will be used to write a paper that I will be delivering in September at the 4th Global Conference of Monsters and the Monstrous: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil. My paper, unlike most other scholarly zombie related papers I've come across (which are few and far between), will be focusing not on the zombie films, books, games, etc., themselves, but on the sorely-overlooked audience--without whom there would be no sub-genre. The specific body of it will depend on the data I recieve!

Thank you all in advance for your time, candor, and participation. Just follow this link and click away!

Furthermore, if you know people who generally are not into zombie movies (they can be into anything else, it doesn't matter what), please urge them to take the following survey--it's exactly the same survey, but leads to another set of data, as my control group. I need some non-zombie fans to compare the zombie fans to. Here's the link:

PS...Between you and me...I'm really excited about gathering this information and writing this up. I think it'll be extremely interesting to see what it might be that makes us zombie fans tick a little. Thanks again!

Friday, June 02, 2006


Hi folks,

So, I'm back from Canada, but I leave again for another week to Azerbaijan on the 10th. This is just a note to let everyone know where things are at the moment.

Before I leave, I have to design a zombie related survey for a paper I am writing (and subsequently delivering in September). It's more complicated than you'd think--in fact, I just got back from a meeting with a psychologist friend who designs sociological surveys for a living. I have to have that together, up, and out there for people to fill out before I leave (so that it can hopefully generate data while I'm gone--I'll be pushing it more actively when I get back). You guys will be hearing about that soon, as I'm hoping--no, I'm begging--you to fill it out. I'll really need the data.

Additionally, I don't know if you've noticed or not, but my zombie title list somehow went to shit. It suddenly disappears somewhere in the M's. Um...that's a whole lot of work putting that back up. That'll be taking up some serious time--it's frustrating, as I was actually looking forward to merely updating and adding titles to the list I already had, not doing the whole thing over again. Oh well...what the hell...

I also need to be getting ready for the trip, I have books to read and films to watch for review. Sadly, the news updates are going to have to take a backseat to this for a little bit, once again. I return from my trip on the 18th--after that, I will do my best to update the news regularly (once I'm able to get more into a routine), but until then, I'll be working on this survey, working on getting the title list back together, and whatever other shit I have to do.

We'll get back to normal sooner or later. I hope you'll have patience and stick with me on this!

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