Zombies and Christmas: two great things that go great together. What better way to celebrate the holiday than with zombie Christmas cards? This collection of actual Christmas cards morbidly celebrates all things undead -- from zombie Santa Claus to 'The Walking Dead' favorites Daryl Dixon and Michonne.
We've all received our fair share of dull engagement announcement photos from friends. (Wow, a photobooth! So original!) Well, one creative couple decided to spice up their engagement photos with some uninvited members of the walking dead.
It's unclear exactly what exactly Jerimiah Hartline was on last Saturday night, but it's safe to say it was pretty strong.
In his altered state the 19-year-old from Tennessee decided to steal a big rig full of strawberries that had been parked in a weigh station at a Rainbow, California rest stop.
So, it appears hackers have targeted a TV station in Montana and played the funniest prank of all-time. Instead of a sinister plan to take down the station, they simply interrupted a broadcast with an 'alert' from the Emergency Alert System. The alert was of an impending zombie attack.
Yep, this happened. During what we can only assume was a mesmerizing episode of the 'Steve Wilkos Show,' an Emergency Alert System interrupted a Montana television station with a message claiming that "the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living." Meaning? Yes, a zombie attack was underway.
From the moment we heard that a potential 'Zombieland' TV series had come back to life in development as an Amazon original, we knew that the series would most likely replace the 2009 film's A-list cast of Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin. Late last week we saw some major forward motion as upcoming stars Tyler Ross and Izabela Vodovic landed the roles of Columbus an
Only a few short weeks ago we were astonished to learn that the 'Zombieland' TV series had gotten off the ground after all, sending out a descriptive casting sheet to recast its now-unavailable leading stars for TV, as well as several new characters. Then came the news that the TV adaptation of the 2009 Ruben Fleischer horror-comedy would land on Amazon rather than CBS, and now we're hearing that
Students of the group Philadelphia Student Union, which is a part of a larger organization called the Philadelphia Coalition Advocacy of Public Schools, recently performed a zombie-themed flashmob to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' in front of the school district's headquarters.
On the one hand, a lot of people are going to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse in case that ever happens. On the other hand, a lot of people out there are buying guns to protect themselves from zombies. According to a gun rights advocate as well as a gun store owner, people are preparing themselves for the zombie apocalypse with guns and ammo.