I’ve been busy watching some great entertainment and decorating (man it’s tiring matching patterns and colors and trying to pick out a desk). I apologize for neglecting y’all. But here are some recommendations to keep you entertained while waiting for Proffitt’s next post!
In the Flesh. See
A few weeks have passed since BBC America aired the three part zombie- centric series In the Flesh, written by Dominic Mitchell and directed by Jonny Campbell (who has a few Doctor Who and Shameless episodes under his belt amongst others). I am unable to find any IMDB credits for Mitchell; if this [...]
Well now, this is a strange movie. Marketed as a genre-blending romantic comedy (with zombies) along the lines of Shaun of the Dead, Warm Bodies is not at all zany, and is far more surreal and earnest than you might expect, but it is a really rewarding experience, if [...]
You will either love Resident Evil: Retribution or you will hate it. The franchise has proven to be fairly polarizing and this fifth installment is no exception. If the Resident Evil movies haven’t won you over yet, just stay away. But, if Alice’s adventures in Umbrella ass kicking have been enjoyable [...]
I finished this book two nights ago and I am still feeling moved by it. I originally wrote this for our friends over at Word of the Nerd, but it deserves as much publicity as it can get.
Rob Anderson’s Rex Zombie Killer. I saw [...]
A zombie virus of guest articles, Q&As and excerpts from new urban fantasy
novel, Plague Town, will be infecting websites, blogs and social media
accounts across the globe to offer readers the chance to win a signed copy
of Plague Town and have a character named after them in the next novel in
Recently, we were approached by Titan Books with the offer to take part in their Plague Town Pandemic Tour giveaway! One lucky winner will receive a free, signed copy of Plague Town, the first in the Ashley Parker novels from Dana Fredsti, and have a character named after him or her [...]
Walking Dead and Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans take note: Dana Fredsti is bringing some fresh blood to both the zombie and the supernatural-fighting-females genres. Even better for those of us no longer in our teens and twenties – this one is 30, back in grad school, dating a slightly younger, but not inappropriately so, [...]
Obviously spoilers abound so proceed with caution.
Along with old friend and recent Geek of the Week, Dieter Zimmerman, I spent the weekend of February 17th, 2012 in Chattanooga, TN, attending the quirky and intense multi-fandom convention known as Con Nooga. The event organizers describe the con as such:
- Proffitt on Finding Danny Torrance — ‘Doctor Sleep’ Review
- Rachel o'Hanlon on Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane
- Rachel o'Hanlon on Finding Danny Torrance — ‘Doctor Sleep’ Review
- jNark on Just Some Fun For a Holiday Break w/ Colette Paperie Cards
- Bex on Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane