A Cadaver Christmas - 4-out-of-5 Headshots

I didn't quite know what to expect going into A Cadaver Christmas (dir. Joe Zerull). On the podcast, I've reviewed movies like Silent Night, Zombie Night (dir. Sean Cain) and Santa Claus Versus the Zombies (dir. George Bonilla) back in Episode 151 of Mail Order Zombie (which you can find here - http://tinyurl.com/mozep151). Christmas-themed horror movies are a definite subgenre, and throwing zombies into the mix seems like a natural extension of that. But, let's be honest - and this isn't meant to sound overly disparaging - sometimes the zombie movies that ping my radar are . . . um . . . sometimes a little rough. I love giving them all a chance, to be sure, but with Mail Order Zombie being on hiatus, my guerilla-zombie-movie-watching tolerance may not be as high as it was earlier this year.

With The Cadaver Christmas, I needn't have worried.

It's Christmas time. The local university is closed for the holidays, but that doesn't mean there's no one on campus. A janitor (Daniel Rairdin-Hale) is cleaning the buildings while the students are away, and because I'm writing about this at mailorderzombie.com, you KNOW what he finds while he's cleaning up, right?

The story begins with the janitor finding his way to a local bar to unwind after having dealt with a number of zomb. . . er . . . cadavers. Of course, he's covered in blood and doesn't want much to do with the barkeep (Ben Hopkins) or the other customer in the bar (Hanlon Smith-Dorsey), but he's convinced to stay after an offer a festive holiday drink. The barkeep uses the delay to call his cop friend Sam (Yosh Hayashi) who reports to the bar with a prisoner in the back of his car (Andrew Harvey).

And then more zomb . . . um, cadavers show up.

It doesn't take long for the group to find their way back to the college campus, and once locked inside a building with the zomb . . . cadavers, the story is off-and-running.

A Cadaver Christmas is built as a horror comedy with grindhouse trappings. Director Joe Serull and company present their movie with the artificial lines and scratches one has come to expect of movies designed to tap into that forced nostalgia even though the movie's setting was implied to be modern day. In the case of A Cadaver Christmas, though, it wasn't distracting. It worked. It still had better sound than a film supposedly run through a movie projector thousands of times (as is typical of most modern movies designed as a pseudo-grindhouse flick), but this was a good thing because the score by William Campbell was fantastic, and quite frankly, I would have been disappointed if Campbell's music was distorted with pops and clicks.

The story is fairly straight-forward, but because the characters are fun to watch, A Cadaver Christmas has become my favorite Christmas-themed zombie movie. It's not just a movie that takes place during Christmas. The characters' actions are tied directly into the holiday season . . . and we get to see Christmas decorations used as weapons against the zomb . . . cadavers.

Performance-wise, Rairdin-Hale as the janitor is one of the stand outs, as is Ben Hopkins as functioning alcoholic Tom. Their scenes together generously gave me the most laughs, and while it took a little while to get these two together, once they stand back-to-back against the zomb . . . cadaver horde, the movie refused to let my attention drift . . . even when one of them was unconscious.

The other performances are just as solid, but that's not to say I wouldn't have minded seeing less of one and more of another. This isn't a criticism aimed at Harvey as "the perp," but what he does when he wanders off alone in the college building seemed a bit extraneous. I understand wanting to maintain that grindhouse feel by including a nude scene/sex scene, but it really tipped A Cadaver Christmas over the edge for me, especially since the only other female character in the movie - a campus security officer/student played by Jessica Denney - doesn't have very much screen time either. I do wonder how having a more equal female character thrown into the mix would have added to the chemistry between the group, but as it is, A Cadaver Christmas is a fairly testosterone-heavy movie. Outside of some of the activities of "the perp"/"the perv," however, the movie doesn't get too exploitive and allows us to spend more time laughing along during the Christmas zomb . . . cadaver action than anything else.

There are some solid zombie kills, the stakes are always high and the script was tight. The storytelling was smart - situations were set up casually and paid off when appropriate. I'm not going to spoil the moment, but this movie showed me something (non-nude) I've never seen a zombie movie, and it MADE SENSE in terms of how it was set up and played off of later. After watching the movie by myself, I bought a copy to give to someone as a Christmas gift - I enjoyed A Cadaver Christmas enough to share the zomb . . . cadaver love with someone else this holiday season.

A Cadaver Christmas can be purchased online at http://cadaverchristmas.com/. The score is also available for sale.

Lord Blood-Rah wants your help to FIX THE CHAPEL!

Help Fix the Chapel!

The Evans City Cemetery in Pennsylvania is the cemetery seen in the opening moments of the horror classic Night of the Living Dead. The chapel in that cemetery, which appears in the film, is scheduled to be torn down. WE CAN'T HAVE THAT, CAN WE ZOMBIE FANS!!??

Gary Streiner, the sound engineer for the film, is trying to raise funds to not only save the chapel, but turn it into a Night of the Living Dead Museum! His website is http://www.fixthechapel.com.

Brother D on Dread Media

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Brother D joined Desmond Reddick on Dread Media #221:

In this highbrow, literary episode of Dread Media, Desmond is joined by Brother D in the first installment of Read the Book to discuss Robert E. Howard's horror stories. Then Darryll and Desmond review a film based on another literary masterpiece: Frankenhooker. Songs included: "Opening Theme" and "Closing Theme" from Casonetto's Last Song by Luke Stark, "Frankenhooker" by The 69 Eyes, and "Dead Man in My Bed" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.

Helldriver - 4-out-of-5 Headshots

I have to be completely honest - I'm hot-and-cold with a lot of the Japanese splatter horror films. Sometimes, they just make me giggle and rock back and forth with a stupid grin on my face, and sometimes I find their sledgehammering of blood fountains and dismemberment to be dull and boring after a few minutes. I also find that my mood also plays a lot on whether or not I have the patience for something like Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl or Machine Girl.

I didn't know what to expect as I slipped Helldriver (dir. Yoshihiro Nishimura) into my Blu-ray player. I made sure I was in my favorite seat in my living room, the HD TV was angled just right, and my mood was neutral. I hit PLAY, and . . .

. . . my mood quickly changed.

For the better.

Helldriver tells the story of a Japan dealing with a zombie problem. In this case, the zombies aren't just undead - they're infected with something that came about when a meteor hit the earth and dusted the countryside with some sort of stellar dust. Or something like that. Honestly, it doesn't matter. The zombies now have these sprouts growing from their forehead that instantly identify them as the antagonists in the film, and apparently, harvesting these Y-shaped sprouts from the zombies' foreheads has turned into some sort of illicit drug trade since these zombie sprouts can be consumed as drugs by . . . okay, this is getting complicated. Let's try again.

Kika (Yumiko Hara) is a young woman whose father is dominated by her mother Rikka (Eihi Shiina). Oh, and her mother is not a stable woman. She and her brother - Kika's uncle - are described as "homicidal" in other reviews of this movie, and once the movie really picks up. At the beginning of the film, though, they're just bullies . . . who steal Kika's pudding and kill her father. Then this meteor comes crashing down in Japan, hitting Rikka and Kika, ripping one of their hearts and transposing it to . . . okay, let's try this again.

Helldriver deals with the very real concern of overpopulation. Japan has a zombie problem, but their are many Japanese citizens and government officials who view the zombies as important members of society . . . at least, important enough to keep around. They're not destroyed. They're not killed. They're rounded up and basically housed behind a HUGE wall in Japan. This causes problems in terms of available land space for those who don't have these alien sprouts bursting out of their foreheads, and there's a conflict in the streets and within the government when it comes to determining how to best handle this crisis.

Helldriver takes all this, gives Kika a chainsaw samurai sword, shakes it all up in a can of carbonated fake blood and lets it explode all over the screen.

The film can be broken up into two halves, mostly because the opening credits take place fifty minutes into Helldriver. The first half sets up Kika as our hero, Rikka as a zombie queen, a group of drug dealers and zombie-sprout collectors all coming together just as there's a violent change-up in Japanese government policy regarding how the zombies are to be treated. We learn about this new zombified world, get splashed with a load of blood and watch a lot of zombie violence. The effects are solid, Kô Nakagawa's score is perfectly suited to the imagery on screen, and the overall mix of editing, cinematography (courtesy of Shu G. Momose) created a great origin story.

That the opening credits take place halfway through seemed odd, but it also set up the second half in which there's a new government in place, Kika and company are on their way to stop the zombie queen, and we eventually meet Kaito (Kazuki Namioka), whose clearly based on the Tallahassee-from-Zombieland mode (right down to wearing a distinct hat).

More chainsaw-lined weapons and armor, a sword fight between a zombie and a car, and a final sequence that seemed to pull some inspiration from Clive Barker's short story "In the Hills, the Cities" . . . with missiles, and Helldriver really became a smiling mess for me.

The movie's over-the-top, and I do think it could have been cut down a LITTLE bit in terms of running-time, I had a good time watching the film. It's not something I would have chosen to watch on purpose (see above re: my previous experience with Yoshihiro Nishimura's previous films), and while this isn't something that will drive me back to Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, I will find myself watching Helldriver again.

Preferably with a group. This is a PERFECT group film, especially if that group knows what to expect. In my case, the only person to join me while I was watching Helldriver was Bren, who only walked into the room when I started giggling because the film's heroes were being attacked by a raining barrage of angry zombie heads. (She left the room when the screen literally filled with explosions . . . for almost no reason . . . the explosions that, is. She had no reason to actually leave the room. I mean, the explosions were AWESOME, especially on Blu-ray.)

Is it fair to give this movie a rating of 4-out-of-5 Headshots? I think so . . . especially if you know what you're in for when you start it up. Chances are you're not going to pick up the movie unless you're a fan of this sub-genre of horror-comedy film, but just in case, the director himself introduces the movie and invites you to kick back and enjoy Helldriver for what it is.

Helldriver hits DVD and BLu-ray November 22. The official English-language website for the film can be found http://www.sushi-typhoon.com/films/helldriver.

Brother D on The B-Movie Cast

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Brother D appears on Episode 175 of The B-Movie Cast:

SIGHTS NEVER BEFORE SEEN – Adventure never before experienced!

On today’s show Brother D from The Mail Order Zombie Podcast will join Nic, Mary and I as we talking about one of my childhood favorites. The 1961 science fiction film Atlantis, the Lost Continent. The film was directed by George Pal and stars Sal Ponti, Joyce Taylor, Edward Platt, Jay Novello and the great Paul Frees who is the narrator and does multiple voices.

Plus we have some great listener feedback.

MOZ: Random #001

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Is this thing still on?

Brother D raps (no, not that kind of rap) quickly about an upcoming non-zombie Blu-ray release.

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod)

AMC to Launch Walking Dead Talk Show

From the MOZ Newsdesk . . .

AMC will launch a talk show about the zombie series The Walking Dead this fall. It will be called Talking Dead and will be hosted by Chris Hardwick.

The show will will examine all the weekly plight of the survivors and their undead adversaries through conversations with fans, actors, and producers

The show will air Fridays at 11pm, right after the encore airing the latest Walkind Dead episode,

You’ll be able to catch Talking Dead on Fridays at 11, right after the “encore” airing the latest episode, with one exception: the first episode of the talk show will air directly after the October 16th premiere of TWD season 2.

Need a Nickname Scott

Brother D on The B-Movie Cast

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Brother D appears on Episode 170 of The B-Movie Cast:

On today’s show we are just back from our vacation to London and Paris and we are exhausted. So our good friend Brother D from The Mail Order Zombie podcast was nice enough to create a great music show for us. We will all be back next week with a new show.
We're living in a grand era of horror and genre documentaries. Three of the big horror franchises from the 80s and 90s have been given the documentary treatment (Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th and Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy). There are documentaries covering horror authors (Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown), horror sub-genres (Zombiemania and Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film) and horror conventions (Monster Bash - Origins). We even have multiple documentaries covering horror hosts (Every Other Day Is Halloween, American Scary and Virginia Creepers: The Horror Host Tradition of the Old Dominion).

Image Entertainment and Something Weird Video dip their toes into the genre documentary pool with Godfather of Gore: The Herschell Gordon Lewis Documentary on September 27, 2011. However, horror fans may want to brace themselves. While H. G. Lewis is perhaps most well-known for his, for better or worse, groundbreaking horror films, nearly the first third of the documentary spends its screen time exploring the pre-bloody history of Lewis-the-filmmaker. We're given his background, how it intersects with the history of the exploitation film and the "nudie cuties" and what ultimately led him to break the bloody ground of Blood Feast. While I certainly find the non-Hollywood-side of filmmaking history fascinating, it does get a bit drawn out in this documentary. I didn't need to see as many clips from the nudie cuties; I didn't need the sound effects whenever someone's genitalia accidentally appeared in any of those film clips; I didn't need to hear everyone bragging about producer David Friedman's ability to talk women out of their clothes for his collaborations with Lewis.

Having Joe Bob Briggs and Frank Henenlotter pop up to express how awful the nudie cuties were (not just Lewis' contributions but the entire subgenre) certainly helped. I laughed out loud when Henenlotter appeared on screen to tell us how "stupid" these films were.

When the documentary gets to the gore-portion of Lewis' career, it doesn't hold back (not that it held back when referencing all the nudie cuties!). The footage is bloody, exploitive, graphic and gruesome. Surviving and available cast and crew reflect on their time working with Lewis and company, and we get a near film-by-film chronology of the films Lewis and Friedman worked on together. There's a short mention made of a falling out between the two, and then we're back to the filmography, sans Friedman. Friedman and Lewis definitely have current chemistry on screen, however; if there was any serious bad blood between the two, it must have long mellowed by now.

The documentary is interesting, and takes us to the sticky floors of film history. It moves along at a quick pace, sometimes to a fault. For a documentary called Godfather of Gore, I was surprised to come away from it feeling as if we rushed through some of the gore films. Perhaps this is indicative of my own film interests, but I didn't need as much time spent on Lewis' nudie cutie filmography.

Perhaps it was because of this quick pace that some elements of Lewis' career were glossed over or skipped all together. There's no reference made to the film Monster A-Go-Go, which Lewis kinda-sorta co-directed with Bill Rebane. The movie Something Weird is covered, but, despite this documentary being released by Something Weird Video, no connection is drawn between the film and its influence on the founder of SWV. Mention is made of Lewis' adversarial relationship with Connie Mason which apparently began when she first appeared in Blood Feast, but this is never discussed further (it's implied that Mason had a very diva-like attitude, and since Lewis is portrayed as a efficient quick-and-dirty movie maker, I would have liked to have learned how he dealt with this "diva" and why he decided to cast her again in his next film Two Thousand Maniacs!).

Mason doesn't appear in the documentary (except for an end credits sequence in which she appears on stage with Lewis and company at a horror convention singing the Two Tousand Maniacs! title song). There is a distinct lack of women overall, and most of the horror film clips showcase women getting killed (granted, most of Lewis' film victims were women, but there were some men killed in ...Maniacs!), which does give Godfather of Gore: The Herschell Gordon Lewis Documentary an odd, albeit slight, sexist edge. Of course, considering what kinds of films Lewis made, what the market was, etc., this may have been the intent of director Henenlotter.

There is a nice spotlight shone on regular Lewis performer actor William Kerwin. It quickly became obvious that everyone who ever worked with Kerwin remembers the late actor fondly, and it was nice to hear stories about how he not only performed in front of the camera, but helped whenever and wherever he could behind the camera. Additionally, footage from an unfinished H. G. Lewis film called An Eye for an Eye has been restored and cobbeled together for this DVD release, and I think it's a real shame this particular film was never completed. It definitely has a broader feel than most of Lewis' genre output at the time, and would have perhaps made an interesting eventual double-feature pic to play against X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes at some point.

John Waters appears in the documentary and makes an interesting point: there's no such thing as exploitation cinema anymore. Everything that was shocking - nudity, gore, etc. - has all been co-opted by Hollywood and appears in mainstream films now. Perhaps this is why Lewis got out of film industry when he did, but, again, this documentary doesn't explore this stage of Lewis' career too deeply either. He just kind of . . . stopped making movies. He went on to have a successful career in marketing, and that's that. The DVD ends. No mention of the Blood Feast sequel or the Two Thousand Maniacs! remake. We see some footage of Lewis at a business conference, Waters, Briggs and company reflect on Lewis' place in film history, and the end credits role.

While I certainly wish the documentary had been less love letter and more historical document, I still enjoyed the Godfather of Gore: The Herschell Gordon Lewis Documentary. Briggs doesn't say much more than he's already written in his book Profoundly Disturbing: The Shocking Movies that Changed History and Waters certainly doesn't dive into anything new from him, either. I don't think it's something I'll go back to again, but it did give me some ideas of some movies to add to my To-Watch list.
Download Mail Order Zombie: Episode #174 here!

We're not podfading - we're pod-recharging! This is Episode 172, the final-for-now episode of Mail Order Zombie, and before we go on hiatus for the rest of 2011, we've got a lot of business to finish. Brother D takes a look at the movies World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries (dir. Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates), Attack of the Moon Zombies (dir. Christopher R. Mihm) and Woods of Terror/Zombie Village (dir. Jason Impey). MOZ Family Member Zombiwan calls in to help talk about the movie Forest of the Dead (dir. Brian Singleton), and Miss Bren sits down with D to watch and talk about Season One of the television series Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead (created by Patrick Devaney, who's featured with producer Chrisopher J. Murphy in an interview from HorrorHound Weekend). Even though Brother D and Miss Bren are taking a break from zombie podcasting, Professor Chad isn't missing a step with his Zombie Aptitude Test and is still take answer for the current ZAT question. Need-a-Nickname Scott is back with the news in the Zombie Beat; the winner of the Zombie Hunters contest is announced; we review your emails and voicemails in the Feedback Discussion . . . we packed a lot into this episode to help tide you over until Mail Order Zombie proper returns in January 2012!

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Plan D: The Official Website of Derek M. Koch - http://www.derekmkoch.com

Attack of the Moon Zombies - http://www.moonzombies.com
Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead - http://www.zombiehuntershow.com
The Monster Channel - http://www.100ymm.com

High School of the Dead "Best Scene" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNtlMjRqfQs
Dagon Industries - http://arkhambazaar.com/dagon-industries-store
The H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival - http://hplfilmfestival.com/

Stag Night of the Dead UK DVD release - http://www.stagnightofthedead.com/blog/stag-night-of-the-dead-dvd/
Fangoria's exclusive details on Stag Night of the Dead's DVD release - http://www.fangoria.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5619:exclusive-trailer-pics-stag-night-of-the-dead&catid=1:latest-news&Itemid=167
Zombies, Run! iPhone & Android app - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sixtostart/zombies-run-a-running-game-and-audio-adventure-for
Plants vs. Zombies add-ons - http://toucharcade.com/2011/09/08/plants-vs-zombies-update-adds-new-mini-games/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod and Midnight Syndicate.)

RIP Third Coast Zed.
Download Mail Order Zombie #171 here!

In this week's episode of Mail Order Zombie, Brother D pushes through three movie reviews: Vs. The Dead (dir. Jeff Beckman and Phil Pattison), The Walking Dead Girls (dir. Tyler Benjamin) and Bloodlust Zombies (dir. Dan Lantz); he also tackles the upcoming novel Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel from award-winning author Jonathan Maberry. Throw in some hot Zombie Aptitude Test action, the Feedback Discussion and a new contest? Let's do this thing!

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Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Mail Order Zombie: Episode 170.5 - Autopsy of the Dead Panel, plus the New ZAT

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Need-a-Nickname Scott & Tracey bring us another recording from the Famous Monsters of Filmland from earlier this year. This time around, they bring us the panel devoted to the Dead Letter Award-winning documentary Autopsy of the Dead. If you listen closely, you'll get to hear Scott even ask the panel a question or two (but, oddly enough, he doesn't ask about the naked zombie - go figure). Also, Professor Chad is back with a new Zombie Aptitude Test question for the MOZ Family.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!

Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

The Dead Infested by Edward J. Russell - http://www.thedeadinfested.com

Autopsy of the Dead - http://www.livingdeaddocumentary.com/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Mail Order Zombie: Episode 170 - Post-Apocalyptic Summer - On the Beach

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Our internet connection tried to completely die on us . . . Bren tried to completely die on us . . . but we still have our final installment of our Post-Apocalyptic Summer series, Brother D, Miss Bren and Tracey spend some time On the Beach. Bren and Tracey read the Nevil Shute novel; D and Bren watched the 2000 Australian television mini-series (dir. Russell Mulcahy); all three watched the 1959 film (dir. Stanley Kramer). Also, Brother D reviews the answers from this PAS series' Post-Apocalyptic Quiz, and Bren joins him for another serving of the Feedback Discussion.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!

Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Special thanks to Philip R. Davey for his book When Hollywood Came to Melbourne.

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)
Download Mail Order Zombie: Episode #169.5 here!

This week on Mail Order Zombie, Brother D takes a look at the anthology horror film Drive-In Horrorshow (dir. Michael Neel), and Dead Letter Award-nominated writer Robert R. Best (Lakewood Memorial, Ashton Memorial) calls in his thoughts about the classic Phantasm (dir. Don Coscarelli). And while we don't normally do a lot of Feedback in these off-week episodes, but Brother D wants to address something brought up by a listener and then, please . . . PLEASE . . . can we stop talking about zombie

Please? :)

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!

Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Robert R. Best - http://www.robertrbest.com/

Drive-In Horrorshow - http://driveinhorrorshow.com/

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Brother D is crushing dreams by refusing to talk about zombie porn in Episode 169 of Mail Order Zombie. Instead, he gets his Western groove on with a review of the movie The Dead and the Damned, aka Cowboys and Zombies (dir. Rene Perez). Some MOZ Family members (Lionmark, Silent Death and Jay from PennyCult) take a look back on some movies previously discussed on the show and offer their own takes. Deadfinger calls in with a brief update on the production of World War Z, Professor Chad reviews your Zombie Aptitude Test answers from last month and presents the latest ZAT question, and Miss Bren joins the show for the Feedback Discussion.

Mail Order Zombie. Crushing dreams since January 2008.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!

Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

The Dead Infested - http://www.thedeadinfested.com

Zombie Go Boom! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV730kvLSJA

Board Game Night at This Amazing Life - Zombies!!! - http://sjhadventures.blogspot.com/2011/08/board-game-night.html

"Thirteen Women (And Only One Man in Town)" by Bill Haley and His Comets - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCl0EzB7jqo

Frank Darabont walks from The Walking Dead - http://www.deadline.com/2011/07/walking-dead-shocker-frank-darabont-steps-down-as-showrunner/

Greg Nicotero directs The Walking Dead webisodes - http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/25580

Flashbacks in The Walking Dead's Season Two - http://www.tvguide.com/News/Kecks-Exclusive-Flashbacks-1036172.aspx

The Walking Dead videogame - http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=33719

James Gunn and Lollipop Chainsaw - http://www.jamesgunn.com/2011/08/01/my-new-video-game-with-suda15-grasshopper-lollipop-chainsaw/

Cookie Monster is tired of zombies - http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2011/07/tired-of-zombies-so-is-cookie-monster/

San Jose Zombie-O-Rama - http://www.zombieorama.com

Zombie bowling balls - http://www.designmadeingermany.de/2011/15183/

Kelley's Island overrun with zombies this October - http://www.kiventureresort.com/

The Zed Word's SEXY ZOMBIE Photo Contest - http://www.zedwordblog.com/2011/07/sexy-zombie-photo-contest-aug-01-31.html

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Download Mail Order Zombie #168.5 here!

You know him as Zombie Hunter Tony, but last week at Powell's, he was known as Tony Faville, author of the books Kings of the Dead and Avery Nolan: Private Dick of the Dead. In this episode of Mail Order Zombie, MOZ Family Member Silent Death reviews Tony's latest book and then you can join Brother D as he attended Tony's reading (he read from both books!) and question-and-answer session.

(Check out the Books category at http://tinyurl.com/mozmarket to buy your own copies of Tony's books!)

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Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Tony Faville, A boy and his blog - http://tonyfaville.com/
Avery Nolan: Private Dick of the Dead on Smashwords - http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/68201

Powell's Books - http://www.powells.com

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

MOZ Presents: The Monthly Munchies: Episode 003

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In this episode of MOZ Presents: The Monthly Munchies, Brother D responds to a voicemail he didn't get a chance to address last month before taking a look at the movies Ninjas Versus Vampires (dir. Justin Timpane) and Burn, Witch, Burn! (dir. Sidney Hayers). Also, thanks to Need-a-Nickname Scott and She-Doesn't-Need-a-Nickname Tracey, we have a recording from the Q&A session Men Behind the Mask from the July 2011 Days of the Dead convention.

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Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Ninjas Versus Vampires - http://ninjasvsvampires.com/
Days of the Dead - http://www.daysofthedead.net/

(Production music provided by Wrath from Death on Call Productions - http://www.youtube.com/ruggsvillecounty)
Download Mail Order Zombie #168 here!

It's the end of the month, which means it's time for the end of the world with another Post-Apocalyptic Summer episode on Mail Order Zombie! This time around, Brother D and Miss Bren take a look at The Postman (dir. Kevin Costner) and Damnation Alley (dir. Jack Smight), with an assist from MOZ Family Members Tracey and Scott, respectively. Not only do they tackle the movies, they also tackle the books upon which the films were based. Also, 'dillo prepared a review of the film A Boy and His Dog (dir. L. Q. Jones) (which I say still has one of the best DVD cover art images ever - a smiley face in a mushroom cloud - GOLD!). Mixed into the episode is a bit of post-apocalyptic news, the Post-Apocalyptic Quiz, the Zombie Aptitude Test and a more-musical-than-normal Feedback Discussion.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

B-Movie Cast - http://bmoviecast.com/

Disney, Indiana - http://www.disneyindiana.com

David Brin's Official Website - http://www.davidbrin.com/
David Brin on The Postman - http://www.davidbrin.com/postmanmovie.htm
Tom Petty's You Got Lucky - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTAhZKP5wCY
Everything is a Remix - http://www.everythingisaremix.info/

The Dark Tower has no future at Universal - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/dark-tower-crumbles-as-universal-212572
Roland Emmerich's Hell - http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/45523/roland-emmerich-can-go-hell
Stills and trailer from Empty - http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/45590/exclusive-stills-chilling-new-post-apocalyptic-film-empty
H+ trailer - http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2011/07/23/Trailer-for-Bryan-Singers-postapocalyptic-web-series-H
Hunger Games motion poster debut - http://entertainment.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474979682184
Marksmen comic casts Navy S.E.A.L.s. in a post-apocalypse - http://www.newsarama.com/comics/marksmen-image-110720.html
No Escape from New York remake from New Line or Warner Brothers - http://www.deadline.com/2011/07/new-line-dropping-escape-from-new-york/
MEGATØN.com's Post-Apocalyptic News & Information from Around the Web - http://www.postapocalyptic.info/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Win 'Forget Me Not' on DVD!

Want to win a copy of Forget Me Not . . . ? Email you name and mailing address to MailOrderZombie@gmail.com by 7/28/11 for a chance to win. We'll announce the winners on MOZ Presents: The Munchies #003!

Mail Order Zombie: Episode 167.5 - Zombies! panel from Crypticon Seattle

Download Mail Order Zombie #167.5 here!

We're dipping back into the Crypticon well with Episode 167.5 of Mail Order Zombie. This week, Brother D presents a recording from the Zombies! panel. It was a sort of free-for-all panel that took place Saturday night across the hall from the Saturday night loud-music-and-booze-filled party, so it sounds like there's a LOT more excitement happening in the room than they might have really been. Or not. Listen, and you decide. On the panel were Brother D, Eric Pope, Reverend en Fugue, Steven J. Holetz, Timothy W. Long and Mark Rahner.

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New album from Midnight Syndicate - 'Carnival Arcane' coming in August!

Dead-Letter Award-nominated gothic horror soundtrack musicians Midnight Syndicate will be releasing their fourteenth studio album, entitled Carnival Arcane, on August 2nd. "The theme of the new disc surrounds the Lancaster-Rigby Carnival, a shadowy, turn-of-the-century traveling circus with more than a few skeletons in its closet," said Edward Douglas. "The Victorian and Edwardian eras are a big source of inspiration for us. They also marked the beginning of the heyday for traveling carnivals, so that's the time period we chose to set the disc in. We spent a lot of time researching early-20th century circuses and carnivals to ensure that the sounds and music work together to really immerse you in this world and the time period. There's also a big tip of the top hat to Mr. Bradbury whose work inspired many of the more horrific elements that appear in the latter half of the disc." Carnival Arcane also features the vocal talents of Jason Carter (Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth, Babylon 5 and The Dead Matter) and fellow The Dead Matter cast members Brian Van Camp, and Dennis Carter, Jr.

The CD will be available through the Midnight Syndicate website, Amazon, iTunes, as well as at Halloween retailers nationwide. It will also be available at select Hot Topic stores starting August 8th. Preview tracks will be made available on the band's Facebook page and website shortly.

From the CD insert: The train smoke drifting through the pale moon light signals the arrival of the Lancaster-Rigby Carnival. In a forest clearing, these mesonoxian visitors await your arrival. Stroll along the midway and behold wonders both fantastic and macabre from every corner of the globe. And be sure to ride their one of a kind carousel for an experience you'll never, ever forget.

Midnight Syndicate - www.MidnightSyndicate.com
Midnight Syndicate on Facebook - www.Facebook.com/MidnightSyndicate
Midnight Syndicate Films' The Dead Matter - www.TheDeadMatter.com
Download Mail Order Zombie: Episode 167 here!

Episode 167 of Mail Order Zombie finds Brother D and Miss Bren returned to MOZ Central after a family emergency took them away from the bunker last week (HUGE thanks to Need-a-Nickname Scott for all the post-production work on Episode 166.5!). While they're still getting their bearings and finding their groove again (and going over the weekly-ish Feedback), Silent Death and Chuffed Carl have some Listener Reviews, and Need-a-Nickname Scott and Tracey have a report on the recent Days of the Dead Convention complete with interviews! And don't forget Professor Chad's Zombie Aptitude Test!

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Operation Plague 5 - http://operationplague.com/

MEGATØN.com's Post-Apocalyptic Daily - http://paper.li/MEGAT0N/1295156672
MEGATØN.com's Post-Apocalyptic News & Information from Around the Web - http://www.postapocalyptic.info/
Post-Apocalyptic Forums - http://postapocalypticforum.com/

Days of the Dead Convention - http://www.daysofthedead.net
I Am Nancy - http://www.iamnancy.net
The Zombie Movie - http://www.facebook.com/thezombiemovie
Feathered Italian Films - http://www.feathereditalianfilms.com
Musical of the Living Dead - http://musicalofthelivingdead.com
More Brains: A Return of the Living Dead - http://www.getmorebrains.com/
MegaZombieStore - http://www.facebook.com/MegaZombieStore or http://www.etsy.com/shop/megazombiestore
Cinemall - http://www.cinemallmovie.com
Dead Genesis - http://tinyurl.com/ydc2uhc or http://www.facebook.com/deadgenesis

We're Alive - A Story of Survival - http://www.zombiepodcast.com/
Ultimate Edition of Zombie on Blu-ray - http://www.blue-underground.com/product.php?product=210
Juan of the Dead trailer - http://www.latinoreview.com/news/exclusive-debut-trailer-of-juan-of-the-dead-cuba-s-1st-horror-film-14094
Milla Jovovich's zombie nightmares - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-2011768/John-Gallianos-sense-entitlement-lose-touch-reality-says-Milla-Jovovich.html
Jesse Eisenberg on Zombieland 2 - http://www.littlewhitelies.co.uk/interviews/jesse-eisenberg-15551
Matthew Fox and Ed Harris not going to World War Z - http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/06/world_war_z_matthew_fox_ed_har.html
Shoot zombies near Spokane, WA - http://youtu.be/doneDt_olTc
More zombies in Dead Rising 2: Off the Record - http://www.siliconera.com/2011/07/10/since-frank-west-is-tougher-dead-rising-2-off-the-record-ups-the-zombie-count/
Undead Task Force - http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/06/29/death-valley-trailer-for-mtvs-new-series-exclusive-video/
Be a zombie a Dark Hollow Haunted Forest - email: webmaster@darkhollowhaunt.com

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)
Download Mail Order Zombie: Episode #166.5 here!

Brother D and Miss Bren get called away from the MOZ Bunker leaving Need A Nickname Scott home alone! Luckily Brother D was able to record two movie reviews with Scott before they had to leave. In Episode 166.5 of Mail Order Zombie, Brother D and Scott review the 2011 film Stripperland, directed by Sean Skelding and staring Ben Sheppard and Jamison Challeen. After that, the film Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots from 2004, staring Debbie Rochon, Trent Haaga, Conrad Brooks and directed by Paul Scrabo.

Also, Professor Chad checks in to go over June's ZAT answers and announce this month's question.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Stripperland: http://stripperlandthemovie.com/

Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots: http://scrabo.com/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)
Download Mail Order Zombie #166 here!

Yes, it IS possible to have a post-apocalypse without zombies, and this is the first monthly episode of MOZ's Post-Apocalyptic Summer. Brother D reviews the movie Steel Dawn (dir. Lance Hool) and he's joined by Miss Bren to talk about the movies The War Game (dir. Peter Watkins) and Panic in Year Zero! (dir. Ray Milland). We have a question for the PAQ, or Post-Apocalyptic Quiz, post-apocalyptic news, post-apocalyptic movie trailers . . . and the Feedback Discussion (and even the briefest of mentions of post-apocalyptic porn).

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!Link
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Phase 7 at Bloody-Disgusting.com - http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/selects/releases/phase7/

Day of the Dead Convention - http://www.daysofthedead.net/
Cinema Fromage - http://www.cinemafromage.com/
Disney, Indiana - http://www.disneyindiana.com
The BoneBat Show - http://bonehand.com/BoneBat.html
The Wasteland Radio Podcast - http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Wasteland-Radio-Podcast/228370393844694

The Revenant presented by Midnight Movie Central's Shocking Saturday Nights - http://tinyurl.com/mozrevenant

Pseudopod 233: Association - http://pseudopod.org/2011/06/10/pseudopod-233-association/

Oren Peli's untitled post-apocalyptic film? - http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2011/06/22/Oren-Pelis-got-a-postapocalyptic-horror-flick-in-the-works
Apocalyptic strangers descend on French village - http://af.reuters.com/article/oddlyEnoughNews/idAFTRE75Q1AO20110627
Trent Reznor's Year Zero finds writer - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/fight-club-writer-pen-trent- 205500
Rage videogame coming soon - http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory?id=13947197
Rage comic book - http://content.usatoday.com/communities/gamehunters/post/2011/06/rage-comic-book-based-on-id-softwares-video-game-hits-stores/1
Rage - http://www.rage.com/
Rage comic page progress - http://www.darkhorse.com/Blog/455/rage-page-process

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

'Phase 7' coming to AMC Theatres

The Argentine apocalyptic horror film Phase 7 will hit theaters on July 13th for a special engagement! PHASE 7 premiered at SXSW and will now join the “Night Terrors” film series where The Collective, AMC Theatres and Bloody-Disgusting.com have teamed up to distribute the best new horror and thriller titles from the festival and international markets to AMC theatres across America.

In Phase 7, Coco (Daniel Hendler, Lost Embrace) has just moved to a new apartment with his wife Pipi (Jazmin Stuart, The Paranoids), who’s seven months pregnant. At first, they don’t seem to notice the growing chaos around them, but when authorities quarantine their building after a deadly pandemic breaks out, Coco joins forces with his off-kilter, but well-prepared and stocked next-door neighbor Horacio to defend his refrigerator and keep Pipi safe. Meanwhile, outside the building, Buenos Aires—and the world as the apartment denizens know it, is disappearing. The world is ending; got ammo? Phase 7 is written and directed by Nicolás Goldbart, produced by Sebastian Aloi and executive produced by Steven Schneider (Insidious, Paranormal Activity)

Phase 7 AMC Showtimes:
Wednesday, July 13th at 10pm
Friday, July 15th at midnight
Wednesday, July 20 at 10pm
Friday, July 22 at midnight

Showing at the following theaters:
Austin, TX - AMC Theatres - Barton Creek Square 14
Baltimore, MD - AMC Loews Theatres - White Marsh 16
Boston, MA - AMC Loews Boston Common 19
Concord, IL - AMC Theatres - Concord Mills 24
Chicago, IL - AMC River East 21
South Barrington, IL - AMC Theatres - South Barrington 30
Columbus, OH - AMC Easton Town Center 30 with IMAX
Dearborn, MI - AMC Star Theatres - Fairlane 21
Orange Park, FL - AMC Theatres - Orange Park 24
Independence, MO - AMC Theaters - Independence Commons 20
Orange, CA - AMC Theatres - The Block 30
Burbank, CA - AMC Burbank 16
South Miami, FL - AMC Theatres - Sunset Place 24
Roseville, MN - AMC Theatres - Rosedale 14
New Orleans, LA - AMC Theaters - Elmwood Palace 20
New York, NY - AMC Theatres - Empire 25
Clifton, NJ - AMC Theatres - Clifton Commons 16
Oklahoma City, OK - AMC Theatres - Quail Springs Mall 24
Lake Buena Vista, FL - AMC Downtown Disney 24
Glendale, AZ - AMC Theatres - Westgate 20
Homestead, PA - AMC Loews Theatres - Waterfront 22
San Diego, CA - AMC Theatres - Mission Valley 20
Santa Clara, CA - AMC Theatres - Mercado 20
San Fransisco, CA - AMC Metreon Theater 16
Seattle, WA - AMC Theatres - Pacific Place 11
Download Mail Order Zombie #165 here!

Can you count the number of times Brother D drops the "needle-scratching-across-a-record" sound effect into Episode 165 of Mail Order Zombie, your weekly zombie movie and media podcast since 2008? Someone needs to go into his hard drive and delete that .mp3 . . . maybe while they're listening to the two reviews this week? Brother D takes at look at Garden of the Dead (dir. John Hayes) and Super Zombies: Long Live the Dead II (dir. Keith Samland). Some contest winners are announced, and a new contest - courtesy of Top Trumps - is launched, and the rest of the show features what you've come to expect from MOZ - Professor Chad and the Zombie Aptitude Test, Need-a-Nickname Scott and the Zombie Beat and Miss Bren joining Brother D for the Feedback Discussion.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Alienstone Entertainment - http://www.alienstoneentertainment.com/

Planet Top Trumps - The Official Top Trumps Website - http://www.toptrumps.com/

24 Hours in Tunbridge Wells - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5-KABA87qs

Contamination - http://www.con-tamination.com/
Monster Bash 2011 - http://www.monsterbashnews.com/bash.html

James Badge joins World War Z? - http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118038413
Matthew Fox joins World War Z - http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/24948
Ed Harris in World War Z - http://www.deadline.com/2011/06/matthew-fox-ed-harris-in-world-war-z-talks/
The Walking Dead filming in Atlanta- http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_localatl/20110613/ts_yblog_localatl/more-zombie-drama-filming-around-atlanta
H. Apocolyptus - http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/the-salvage-company-finds-love-in-a-zombie-filled-world/Content?oid=3437826
Monster Brawl: Fight of the Living Dead - http://www.horror-movies.ca/2011/06/monster-brawl-poster-trailer-lays-the-smack-down/
Cowboys vs Zombies - http://www.dreadcentral.com/news/44882/cowboys-and-zombies-saddle-uk-dvd-release
Zombie Ed - http://www.zombieedthemovie.com/
Ren Blood's Kickstarter project to support Zombie Ed's screening - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1714427205/zombie-ed-free-public-screening
Zombie Hello Kitty - http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2011-06-04/hello-kitty-and-friends-turned-into-zombie-keychains
Kings of the Dead book signing - http://www.powells.com/biblio/9781934861837
Lakewood Memorial on Smashwords - http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/61014
Road to Landsford released - http://www.amazon.com/Road-Landsford-Brad-Zipprich/dp/1461133033/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Pictures from the set of The Walking Dead!

Mail Order Zombie Family Member Spot lives in Atlanta . . . which is where The Walking Dead is being shot RIGHT NOW!

And Spot owns a camera.

Check out these EXCLUSIVE PICS from the shoot, and HUGE THANKS to Spot for contributing this pics to Mail Order Zombie!

Download Disney Indiana #76 here!

Brother D and Miss Bren help out their friends over at Disney, Indiana with a review of the videogame Lego Pirates of the Caribbean. (Hey, there are zombies in it . . . technically!)

From the shownotes of Disney, Indiana #76:

In today’s episode, Tracey and Scott reach the end of their Disney pirate adventure by looking at the 2011 release Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. They discuss how the film came together, who came back and who didn’t, and share their thoughts on the film.

They also spend a little more time in Belle’s Books and review The Art of On Stranger Tides from 2001 and the book the film was loosely based upon, 1987’s On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers.

After a stop into Disney, Indiana’s music store – Silly Symphony Shoppe – our hosts talk about the music of Pirates of the Caribbean and share some of their favorite songs.

Our Hosts then get help from some town residents who share their thoughts on the new Pirates of the Caribbean Lego Video game. Scott and Tracey wrap up the episode by welcoming a new resident to town.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana.
Download Mail Order Zombie #164.5 here!

Go back to May 2011 with Brother D and Miss Bren to the panel 'Zombie or Not?' where they were joined by Mark Rahner (Rotten) and wrestler Ronnie Angel to argue . . . um . . . discuss what makes a zombie/zombie movie at Crypticon Seattle 2011.

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Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Rotten Comics - http://www.rottencomics.com/

MOZ Presents: The Monthly Munchies: Episode 001

Download MOZ Presents: The Monthly Munchies #1 here!

MOZ Presents: The Munchies is BACK as The Monthly Munchies. On the first Monday of the month, Mail Order Zombie will release a non-zombie-rific episode of horror podcasting, and in this inaugural episode, Brother D takes a look at the DVD release from JABB pictures The Collective Presents Vol. 1: The Meat Eater (and there's a contest to win a copy of this DVD for yourself!) and the Blu-ray releases of Dementia 13 (dir. Francis Ford Coppola) and The Terror (dir. Roger Corman). After these reviews, Brother D welcomes to the show writer/podcaster/film composer/horror enthusiast Willy Greer.

JABB pictures - http://www.jabbpictures.com/
Horror Holocaust Radio - http://horrorholocaustradio.com/
Midnight Marquee - http://midmar.com/
Midnight Marquee Spring Specials - http://midmar.com/indexb.html

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Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

(Production music provided by Wrath from Death on Call Productions - http://www.youtube.com/ruggsvillecounty)
Download Mail Order Zombie #164 here!

Brother D and Miss Bren are catching their breath after last week's Crypticon Seattle, and the Mail Order Zombie Family is on board to help fill out the show while they unpack and reflect on the con. Need-a-Nickname Scott rocks the Zombie Beat with the best in the past two weeks' zombie news, Tracey brings two book reviews (Breathers: A Zombie's Lament by S. G. Browne and Handling the Undead by John Ajvide Lindqvist), Professor Chad reviews the answers from last month's ZAT and presents this months Zombie Aptitude Test question . . . and while Miss Bren is putting away the dirty clothes and empty suitcase, Brother D sneaks in a review of 2007's Long Live the Dead (dir. Keith Samland). Two celebrities from Crypticon (briefly) found their way into the Crypticon discussion, and if you like Midnight Syndicate, Miss Bren has a way for you to win a copy of their album The Dead Matter: Cemetery Gates.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Alienstone Entertainment - http://www.alienstoneentertainment.com/
Long Live the Dead - http://www.alienstoneentertainment.com/LLTDPAGE.htm

The BoneBat Show - http://bonehand.com/BoneBat.html
Creepercast - http://www.creepercast.com/

HeartMarks - http://www.etsy.com/shop/HeartMarks
Kisses & Chaos - http://kissesandchaos.com/

Tom Savini's back! - http://if.com.au/2011/05/30/article/Tom-Savini-comes-out-of-retirement-for-2-new-Aussie-horror-films/YRZVXHWDIA.html
World War Z to film in Tunbridge Wells - http://www.thisiskent.co.uk/news/Pitt-s-stop-shoot-movie-sparks-town-excitement/article-3599875-detail/article.html
Matri Noxon on Pride and Prejudice and Zombie script - http://www.thewrap.com/movies/column-post/pride-prejudice-and-zombies-gets-new-writer-marti-noxon-27839
A Little Bit Zombie begins shooting - http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/5/prweb8478459.htm
Joe Hill's Twittering from the Circus of the Dead - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/mandalay-picks-up-rights-joe-191102
Gunhero, canceled zombie game - http://www.joystiq.com/2011/05/30/concept-art-info-on-canned-zombie-game-gunhero/
Trouble between Frank Darabont and AMC? - http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/24794
Undead train safety - http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/norfolk-southern-helps-zombies-stay-safe-at-rail-crossings-122583338.html
Brainy at the zombie walk - http://www.brainysworld.com/html/photos/

(Various production music produced by Midnight Syndicate and Kevin MacLeod.)

RIP Gil Scott-Heron.
LinkDownload Mail Order Zombie: Episode 163.5 here!

Brother D and Miss Bren and getting ready for Crypticon Seattle 2011, and while they're getting ready to participate in a few panels in Seattle, The Matt Hatter takes you back to Atlanta for a panel from Dragon*Con 2010. Writers S. M. Stirling, Michael Z. Williamson, Christopher Golden, Scott Sigler and Dead Letter Award-winner Jonathan Maberry participate in the Writer's Apocalyptic Super Panel where they discuss their books, their unique approaches to the apocalypse (post- and otherwise), zombies, epidemics, Homeland Security and alien invasions.

Email us at MailOrderZombie@gmail.com or call us at 206-202-2505!
Palavr.com Forums - http://palavr.com/forum.php/

Seattle Crypticon 2011 - http://www.crypticonseattle.com/

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)