Zombies have rights, don’t they? After all, they’re humans reanimated with a second-life because of God, mad science, or strange medicine. A zombie doesn’t choose to come back, they’re forced to come back.
This undead rotter would have you believe that zombies are entitled to rights and that shows like The Walking Dead perpetuate negative zombie stereotypes that harm the already bad image of zombies. Answer this. Would you kill your brother if he had rabies? Would you kill your brother if he had ebola? Then why would you kill your brother if he was a zombie?
Because shows like The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, movies like Night of the Living Dead, and such Zombies are seen as the enemy. No, people are the enemy, and The Walking Dead is the biggest anti-zombie show at the moment and the one that ought to feel sorry and take responsibility for hurting the image of the undead.
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Just a reminder, Deadman’s Tome is calling for submissions. If you write horror, then we’re looking for you. Send us your goriest, scariest, and most morbid tales of a twisted, dark supernatural world. All we ask is that you keep the stories short, 5,000 words is great.
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Amazon plans to release a video game console in November 2013, just in time for holiday sales. I could only wonder how impressive those sales could be since the console would play Android games. That’s right, Amazon plans to release an Ouya clone, because that little gem is doing all so well.
Of course, perhaps I’m too close minded on this. Perhaps there is a market and I’m just not seeing it.
What do you think?
Jack Faggins, a lead paranormal hunter with an aggressive approach, investigates a haunted machine shop.
Ever heard of the gay zombie? It’s real, and Nathan Greene is determined to hunt one down!
From the same mind that brought you Zombie Hunter, Dedman Productions presents Paranormal Time, a parody on paranormal shows and other spooky encounters.
Episodes will be released as soon as they are ready. Enjoy the first one entitled Haunted Butthole.
Because I’m a sucker for following the herd, I’ve decided to join the masses of video game nerds and upload a video where I show off something I recently acquired from a retro video game store.
Do people actually watch this stuff? Do people really enjoy watching some jack-off brag about a recent purchased item? I know I do from time-to-time, but only if the item is something I’ve never seen before.
So, here we go. I present to you a Famicom unlike any other. Featuring Pokemon for the NES, what?
Imagine if 1ups did a little more than merely give you another chance to not suck. Imagine if the extra ships you acquired could actually be used to increase your firepower by amassing into an armada.
Sounds like it might be a headache, but Shoot 1up handles the concept very well. The visuals are very nice, the controls are responsive, the fast techno music compliments, and some of the bosses are memorable. The main negative is that the pace of the game may be too fast. Some levels last as long as a WarioWare mini-game and consisted of waves of forgettable enemies. But perhaps the latter could be said of most SHMUPs.
In sumation, Shoot 1up is a fun and worthwhile indie game available on Xbox Live Arcade.
It seems so soon, but Disney shuts down Lucas Arts Studios, and plans to license the rights to make Star Wars games to third party developers. This could have some benefits, even though this is studio that brought us Star Wars: Tie Fighter, Jedi Knight, KOTOR, and KOTOR II, this is also the same studio that brought us Star Wars Kinect.
What do you think?