Latest Zombie News 02/17/2014

By awesomewebstore, 2014/02/17

NPR  – ‎Feb 13, 2014‎
Manuel Carballo’s The Returned – not to be confused with the French miniseries that aired in the U.S. last year – serves in some ways as an unofficial sequel to World War Z. If the latter repurposed the zombiemovie as medical thriller, looking at …
15 hours ago
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Tim Beyers

… and I’m as likely to punch you as hard as I can than to run. The primordial coding we call the “fight-or-flight” reflex forces me to swing in a stupid, silly panic, and it almost never ends well — which, in a nutshell, is why I rarely play zombie …
Feb 14, 2014
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Eddie Makuch

Dean Hall is open to the idea of releasing his acclaimed–and still officially unreleased–open-world zombie game DayZ on consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but he’s not ready to commit just yet. (blog)
Feb 12, 2014
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Chris E. Hayner

During an appearance on “Conan,” “Parks and Recreation” star Aubrey Plaza claims she’s been training for the end of the world.
Gothamist  – ‎6 hours ago‎
In this city, restaurants come and go faster than you can say “sustainable locavore burger.” And even though there are great new additions to the culinary landscape popping up every week, you’ve gotta give kudos to anyone who can stick it out for over…
io9  – ‎Feb 14, 2014‎
We’ve got an exclusive look inside the thriller The Returned, which takes place after azombie apocalypse is stymied by a cure.  – ‎Feb 12, 2014‎
I think it’s pretty safe to say that The Walking Dead wouldn’t be The Walking Dead without Greg Nicotero, a guy that was born and bred to bring the zombies from Robert Kirkman’s comic series to life on the small screen. Nicotero began his career as a …
DailyFinance  – ‎Feb 7, 2014‎
Zombies Ahead Getty Images Two things return this Sunday: “The Walking Dead” and our awful, horrible nightmares about flesh-eating zombies. Correlated? Possibly. But we’re just too addicted to the former to avoid the latter. After all, where else can …
Feb 10, 2014
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Laura Hudson

By all indications, we should have reached Peak Zombie long ago. But despite years of zombie movies, TV shows and video games shambling across our various screens, we as a nation somehow can’t seem to get enough of the undead.
WEAR  – ‎9 hours ago‎
The cool thing is, all you have to do to run is donate 3 cans of food to Manna Food Pantries. If you donate 5, you can be zombiefied!
Feb 14, 2014
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James Plafke

Now, just a handful of days later, the dead rover has awoken, shambling along the moonscape with its robot zombie bones. The rover experienced some mechanical trouble on January 25, not too long before it intentionally powered down in preparation for …
International Business Times
Feb 12, 2014
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Amanda Remling

Thanks to “The Walking Dead,” zombie survival kits have become all the rage. Now that they’re popping up on different websites and stores in a wide range of prices, it appears that many people share the belief that it’s “better to be safe than sorry.
Raw Story  – ‎Feb 14, 2014‎
During a question-and-answer session with students on February 7, 2014, Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Noam Chomsky was asked why there’s a cultural preoccupation with “thezombie apocalypse” in United States. “My guess is,” …
Asbury Park Press  – ‎Feb 13, 2014‎
For this week’s giveaway, everyone was required to answer one question: “What’s your favorite take on the zombie genre?” Congrats to our three winners, who were notified this morning and will receive The Returned on Blu-ray/DVD. Below are a few of my …
Investor’s Business Daily
Feb 10, 2014
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Ed Carson

It’s a big week for zombie lovers. On Sunday night, “The Walking Dead” returns with new episodes. On Thursday, three companies from the Zombie Apocalypse stock portfolio report earnings: outdoor retailer Cabela’s (CAB), vitamin store GNC Holdings (GNC) …

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