Rafa Martínez’ short film Zombies and Cigarettes. In Spanish! With subtitles!
If you liked Shaun of the Dead, can I highly recommend this film, Fido? It stars Billy Connolly and Carrie Ann Moss (from the Matrix). A friend of mine lent it to me, and it was great.
Buddy Matt V. suggested this online zombie comic for February is Zombie Month! He says it’s awesome.
From the site:
Follow this team of zombie hunters as they go through life as survivors of the undead outbreak, earning their keep by collecting salvage, gladly trading the freedom of the wastes for the safety of the Argus Research Campus…
Updated every Monday and the occasional Thursday.
THIS COMIC IS RATED R.
This comic contains coarse language, gore, violence, and nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.
It’s the last day of October is Zombie Month!
Ah, I’ll miss the decomposing little guys. (Not really.)
I’ll have a mid-week update for you on Wednesday, and then next Saturday, it’ll be the Demon of the Week!
In the meantime, here’s this month’s most popular posts:
In 1954, the Comic Code Authority banned all depictions of vampires, werewolves, ghouls and zombies in comic books. (It also mandated that “In every instance good shall triumph over evil and the criminal punished for his misdeeds.”)
So, in order to show mind-controlled Caribbean undead villains, Marvel invented ‘zuvembies.’
Now watch these “reanimated” versions of kitchy Marvel 70s cartoons:
Pick up a remote control zombie today!
What does ‘Lauft und stohnt’ mean, anyway?
This really speaks for itself. Have nothing to add.