Halloween is going to be here before you know it, and that means It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown will be airing soon. In the leadup to that airing and all the kids out begging for free candy, it’s about time to decorate your house.
Imagine you are a kid, all dressed up for Halloween and trick or treating in your neighborhood. You approach a house with a strange large box out front. It has a window. The door on the box bulges outward and inside you see a zombie freaking out, trying to escape.
Athens, Georgia-based Terrapin Beer Co. has teamed up with the creators of The Walking Dead to create an official beer. It is described as a “bloodthirsty Red IPA made with blood orange peel and a horrific amount of hops.”
Most Pokemon aren’t terribly frightening. Take Pikachu and Weezing, for example. One is a tiny yellow rodent with a goofy smile and Nutcracker-esque red cheek circles and the other is a pair of dull looking floating orbs.
I love The Walking Dead, and I know I am not alone. I got a kick out of the fact that Michael Rooker, the guy who played Merle Dixon on the show, and is one of the blue guys in Guardians of the Galaxy, uses a flying Crossbow bolt as a weapon in Guardians.
Late last month we mentioned that a Sony software manager overseas had tipped that The Last of Us would be heading to the PS4 game console this summer. At the time, we had no other proof that the game was in the works for the new console.
If you’ve ever been to Disneyland and envisioned the throngs of tourists and snot-nosed children roaming the park as zombies, here’s something you’ll like. This crazy mod for Left for Dead 2 recreates some of the most iconic locales at Disneyland for you to play out your zombiepocalypse fantasies on.
When I think of superheroes, I usually envision large, hulking men or women in tights, capable of taking down the most evil of supervillains. They usually don’t conjure up images of tiny, cuddly knits which are small enough for the cat to swallow.
You can train for the zombie uprising until you are blue in the face, and you may improve your skills, but it won’t be a realistic experience. Well, now it can be thanks to these zombie replicas that really bleed.
Word is the zombie apocalypse is coming, and eventually they’re going to reach you. The neighborhood watch is going to be running scared like the little no good – I told the PTO to get some real men to join our neighborhood security watch, but no they want to just go out and get volunteers.
8-bit? More like ate and bit amirite? No, no I’m not. Dress up as a zombie so old your guts aren’t even rendered in standard definition with the 8-bit Zombtee t-shirt. It’s a design by Luke Morgan, who lives down under in the land of the undead Australia.
If you’re a fan of the Shaun of the Dead, you’ve probably drooled over the pictures of the custom made LEGO set patterned after the movie that floated around the Web last year. Good news! You can help convince LEGO to turn it into a real product.
I am a sucker for movies that show the end of days after disaster, zombies, war or whatever. What would happen, and how the survivors would go on after we were most of us were gone has always been intriguing to me.
If you are shopping for a new weapon that will behead undead Zombies and immortals alike, there can be only one DIY project for you and this is it. The aptly named Louisville Decapitron will make short work of necks so that heads roll cleanly off of gently falling bodies.