Posts with the tag "zombies"
I just wish that one kid had turned his formidable zombie ass-kicking skills on that obnoxious “reporter.” Now that would make for some good TV.
Brooding vampires, awkward teenagers, and puppy-dog-eyed werewolves. You may not be stoked about the third installment of the Twilight saga, but these fans (or foes) have produced their own renditions of Twilight and New Moon with precise accuracy and fun twist endings.
If watching Eclipse with a ton of screaming teens isn’t your choice of midnight activity, you can pick one of these five parodies.
Epic L4D3 Trailer by a die-hard fan
Gaming blogs, social networks, and general fan sites are going crazy waiting in anticipation for the release of a hypothetical game: Left 4 Dead 3.
After battling zombies in two diverse cities, a mall, a swamp, a church, the sewers, and numerous other locations in the first two games, XBox 360 zombie fanatics are ready for the third installment of this gory, bile-bursting, survival-of-the-fittest game world.
Handshake surveyed various L4D addicts and compiled a list of the most random, creative, and thrilling new features gamers hope to see in the third part of the rumored trilogy:
Commisioned Comics is planning to go on a six-day zombie fest with a new feature: The Zombie Alphabet.
For swooning teen girls, there are the hairless-chested vampires of Twilight. For college English students, the wizardry of Hogwarts Academy is prime. The nerdsters have robots. The hipsters have the beats.
But for a certain group of researchers, nothing can be more alluring than the tasty study of that great, brain-chomping, ankle-biting, blood-spewing,
walking dead device — the zombie.
He reads an article in The New York Times science section, and he wonders: How does this relate to my research? He wants to know how the decomposition of human bodies works. His Twitter account whirls a constant stream of scientific dis- covery: Reuters updates, Science Daily blurbs, The National Science Foundation an- nouncements. He wonders what happens to the eye if a person never blinks, so he calls the head of the American Academy of Optometry.
He reads an article from the BBC News on bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease), and it gets him thinking about viruses, incubation periods, the effects on the brain, so he calls the Scripps Research Institute. When he calls another researcher, he introduces himself.
His name is Matt Mogk, and he is the founder of the Zombie Research Society.