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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.

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Seattle Crypticon 2011 -

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

Brother D & Miss Bren on 19 Nocturne Blvd.

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Young officer Danny Maguire, monitoring tapes of wiretaps on a notorious gangster, becomes obsessed with the voice of a mystery woman.

Cast List
Lynne Closkey - Brenda Dau
Danny McGuire - Derek M. Koch
Detective Bud O'Brien - Jeff Adams (Icebox Radio)
Mrs. McGuire - Julie Hoverson
Mr. Wallace - Bob Noble
Rufus - Chris Stockett (Thaco's Hammer)
Trace Malone - Lothar Tuppan
Finster - Gene Thorkildsen
Frankie - James Sedgwick (Scattered Sounds Productions)
Coffee Vendor - Reynaud LeBoeuf
Whisperer - Glen Hallstrom (Save or Die Podcast)
Crowd - Russell Gold, Mark Olson, Leonard L. Streeper, Jonathon Del Arroz

Music by Hugo 'Droopy' Contini (at the Free Music Archive)
Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson
Cover Design: Brett Coulstock
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This is how Mail Order Zombie celebrates reviewing 300 movies! Brother D and Zombie Hunter Tony (author of Kings of the Dead and co-host of the Wasteland Wanderers podcast) hit Portland's Hollywood Theatre last week for a 35m print screening of Dr. Butcher MD (aka Zombie Holocaust; dir. Marino Girolami, aka Frank Martin) and share their thoughts on it this week (Obrero!); when he wasn't at the theater, Brother D was back at MOZ Central reviewing Broken Springs (dir. Neelet Lawson) and The Frankenstein Syndrome (dir. Sean Tretta). We've got the current Zombie Aptitude Test courtesy of Professor Chad, the contest for 2 ladies t-shirts courtesy of Abner the Comedy Zombie and the Zombie Beat with the best damn zombie news reporter in the MOZ Family, Need-a-Nickname Scott. And the best damn wife in the MOZ Family (sorry ladies!), Miss Bren joins Brother D for the Feedback Discussion.
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Broken Springs -
Zombie Killer Network -
Evil Distillery -

Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival -

Kisses & Chaos -
Kisses & Chaos - 50 Things to do During the Post-Apocalypse -
Cthulhu Podcast - The Mask of Romek -

World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2 June UK release -
Zombex announced -
Jesus Hates Zombies -
Zombie Ed -
Paul is Undead changes hands -
The Curse of the Buxom Strumpet -
Milla tweets about Resident Evil 5 -!/MillaJovovich/status/68958598033711145
Zomb-EZ Commercial (Funny or Die!) -
Dead Block videogame -
University of Calgary Qatar's Nurses against Zombieism game -
New Dead Island trailer -
What the Fur - 2011 Zombie Apocalypse - Night of the Furry Dead Convention:
2011 Late Night Horror Film Festival -
2011 Independent Publisher Book Awards -

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)

New Dead Island Video Game Trailer

We censored a video?

On Twitter, there was some back-and-forth re: a video that MOZ supposedly had censored. We didn't know anything about it, and while we definitely question the definition of the word censorship a lot of folks are using these days, we wouldn't discourage anyone from expressing themselves while remembering that free speech doesn't mean uncriticized speech.

We received this email through the Mail Order Zombie email address today.

Hello MOZ Proprietors,

I can assure you that I did not make anything up about the video clip that either your or one of your "family members" had removed.

Another example of unhealthy paranoia on your end. I'm glad all this censorship is working out for you, and I'm sure it is all part of your 3-year plan to total zombie podcast domination.

I had a lot of back and forth with the video creator about it, and he doesn't want to stir things up anymore -- or else I really would have had fun with this on my blog and podcast. I consider him to be a friend, and he asked me not to talk about any of it specifically. I am trying to procure said video so I can host it myself.

Download Mail Order Zombie #162.5 here!

Mail Order Zombie is slowly narrowing in on reviewing 300 zombie movies, and Episode 162.5 brings us right up to that (not really) magic number with three more movie reviews. Brother D and Need-a-Nickname Scott dish out the Headshots with the movies Zombie Punk Attack (dir. Aaron Cline, Michael Giannott), Rising Up: The Story of the Zombie Rights Movement (dir. Laura Moss) and Zombiethon (dir. Ken Dixon). Professor Chad is taking answers for this month's Zombie Aptitude Test question, and we've got another contest this week!

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Zombie Punk Attack -
Rising Up: The Story of the Zombie Rights Movement -

Grindhouse Film Festival -
The Comedy Zombie -
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Dead Letter Award winner Tony Schaab (The G.O.R.E. Score) drops by Mail Order Zombie #162 to talk about his current projects, what he's got coming up and gives us a glimpse at Plan 9 (dir. John Johnson), the upcoming remake of Plan 9 From Outer Space (dir. Ed Wood). Additionally, Brother D reviews 1991's The Boneyard (dir. James Cummins) and then chats with JD Fugate (recorded at HorrorHound Weekend) before reviewing his movie Brokeback Zombie. Miss Bren joins the show - as always - for the Feedback Discussion, and we announce the winner of the Zombie - Eat Fresh t-shirt (provided courtesy of T-Shirt Bordello). And check out the news - Need-a-Nickname Scott put in some overtime (and still isn't getting paid) and has put together and extra-special slice of Zombie Beat.

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Let Them Eat Zombie Cake -

T-Shirt Bordello -
Crypticon Seattle -

The G.O.R.E. Score -
Tony Schaab -

Frances Thorburn, Arches, Glasgow -

George Romero in Call of Duty: Black Ops -!5795845/call-of-the-dead-brings-buffy-walking-dead-nightmare-and-machete-stars-to-play
Call of Duty: Black Ops Call of the Dead -
The Royal Wedding: Til Death Do They Part -
Square Enix gets Dead Island distribution rights -
World War Z videogame concept art -!5796507/the-world-war-z-game-that-could-have-been
Anthony Mackie offered World War Z role -
Mireille Enos in talks for World War Z role -
Attack of the Moon Zombies world premiere -
ParaNorman -
LA Zombie will screen in New Zealand film festival -
Rise of the Governor, the first The Walking Dead novel -
The Zombie Autopsies -
Library of the Living Dead: Your Guide to the Miller Library at McPherson College -
Golden Cobb Awards -

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)