Episode 2: The novel World War Z
Welcome to the second episode of Reanimated! This week, hosts Stuart and H.A. filter through historical examples of zombies and talk about the book "World War Z."
Zombieland TV show not picked up by Amazon
"Zombie:" an art show
The appropriately macabre-named Last Rites Gallery in New York City invites horror fans and fine art aficionados alike to “get your zombie on” for a new exhibit beginning this Saturday: titled simply Zombie, the show will put the exclusive spotlight on the living dead, as interpreted by dozens of artists in various types of media, with a focus on the zombie in history, folklore, films, games, shows and modern pop culture in general.
Truck driver pleads guilty to assault with a deadly weapon after causing several accidents while fleeing from zombies.
Epic of Gilgamesh - One of the earliest examples of literature-hero’s tale frgaments pieced together 13th-10th century BC, 18th century BC
Osiris -5th dynasty of Egypt
Draugr - scandinavian undead protectors of buried treasure and tombs.
Nachzehrer - German -Undead feeds on dead bodies and the life force of living, also feeds on itself. dafuq?
Revenant - Haunts its relatives/murderers.
And the LORD will send a plague on all the nations that fought against Jerusalem. Their people will become like walking corpses, their flesh rotting away. Their eyes will rot in their sockets, and their tongues will rot in their mouths.
On that day they will be terrified, stricken by the LORD with great panic. They will fight their neighbors hand to hand.
Zombies: Why are they so popular?
4. REVIEW: World War Z
Interview with Max Brookshttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/dennis-miller/world-war-z-author-says-m_b_3244960.html
Question of the week: What are your zombie movie pet peeves?