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Research Study Reveals “Ideal” Hideout Spot During a Zombie Apocalypse

Research Study Reveals “Ideal” Hideout Spot During a Zombie Apocalypse

From Phys.org: A team of Cornell University researchers focusing on a fictional zombie outbreak as an approach to disease modeling suggests heading for the hills, in the Rockies, to save your “braains” from the “undead.” Reading World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War (reviewed on The G.O.R.E. Score previously, click here) by […]

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Interview: Mitch Cohen

Interview: Mitch Cohen

Recently I had a chance to bend the ear of writer/director Mitch Cohen, creator of the zombie-centric short film Super Zero, available to watch in it’s entirety online. Check out the fun facts that Mitch shared with me below, and be sure to watch Super Zero a couple hundred times, then help spread the word about it ! […]

“Doc of the Dead” premieres at SXSW, spans the life of the zombie trend

“Doc of the Dead” premieres at SXSW, spans the life of the zombie trend

From USA Today: The living dead have had movies and TV shows. Now they have their own documentary. Doc of the Dead, directed by Alexandre Philippe (The People vs. George Lucas), covers the zombie genre from silent films through The Walking Dead. The film had its premiere at the South by Southwest festival with showings Monday and […]

G.O.R.E. Score: World War Z

Original Release Date: October 16, 2007 Publisher: Three Rivers Press Like many zombie fans, I read Max Brooks’ “The Zombie Survival Guide,” enjoyed it, and appreciated what it did for the zombie genre: it played a key role in drawing a whole new generation of fans into obsessing (it’s okay, you can admit it) over […]