Posts Tagged ‘max brooks’

Geek Pride’s Pick of the Best in Zombie Novels – Part 1

by Bevan Clatworthyon 24/04/2014
Let’s face it, zombies are everywhere. From video games (Resident Evil and Dead Island for starters), television (The Walking Dead) and cinema ({insert time of day} of the Dead), Zeds have reached the status of ‘go to’ monster for many writers, along with vampires, werewolves and Christopher Lee. Now I love me some zombies; my […]

The Extinction Parade #1 – 7 GPPs

by Andy Haighon 23/07/2013
A solitary figure stands on a city rooftop looking down on a swarm of the living dead whilst the city burns. Flashback to Kuala Lumpur and from the balcony of their appartment looking upon a fireworks dislay set against the Petronas Towers, Laila, a friend and visitor Anson are discussing another breakout of subdead and […]

World War Z

by James Buckinghamon 22/06/2013
There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding World War Z – development issues, reshoots and more. However the fruits of Marc Forster‘s labours are finally hitting cinema screens amid a wash of contradicting opinions… so I thought I’d share mine with you all. First things first. I haven’t read Max Brooks‘ novel, although now I intend […]

Zombies, a living History – DVD – out now from – (Documentary) – 8GPPs

by Matt Gearyon 24/07/2012
Straight to the Point: "Very American" but I wouldn't have it any other way. It's Different; interesting (if a bit over the top) and shows you how to kill and survive zombies.. nuff said!