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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Ninjas Versus Vampires -
Days of the Dead -

(Production music provided by Wrath from Death on Call Productions -
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.

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B-Movie Cast -

Disney, Indiana -

David Brin's Official Website -
David Brin on The Postman -
Tom Petty's You Got Lucky -
Everything is a Remix -

The Dark Tower has no future at Universal -
Roland Emmerich's Hell -
Stills and trailer from Empty -
H+ trailer -
Hunger Games motion poster debut -
Marksmen comic casts Navy S.E.A.L.s. in a post-apocalypse -
No Escape from New York remake from New Line or Warner Brothers -
MEGATØ's Post-Apocalyptic News & Information from Around the Web -

(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 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

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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.

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Midnight Syndicate on Facebook -
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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!

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Operation Plague 5 -

MEGATØ's Post-Apocalyptic Daily -
MEGATØ's Post-Apocalyptic News & Information from Around the Web -
Post-Apocalyptic Forums -

Days of the Dead Convention -
I Am Nancy -
The Zombie Movie -
Feathered Italian Films -
Musical of the Living Dead -
More Brains: A Return of the Living Dead -
MegaZombieStore - or
Cinemall -
Dead Genesis - or

We're Alive - A Story of Survival -
Ultimate Edition of Zombie on Blu-ray -
Juan of the Dead trailer -
Milla Jovovich's zombie nightmares -
Jesse Eisenberg on Zombieland 2 -
Matthew Fox and Ed Harris not going to World War Z -
Shoot zombies near Spokane, WA -
More zombies in Dead Rising 2: Off the Record -
Undead Task Force -
Be a zombie a Dark Hollow Haunted Forest - email:

(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.

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Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots:

(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)