As zombies claw their way to the pop-culture perch long held by vampires, Spinoff Online’s Anna Pinkert wonders whether the walking dead, in their increasingly varied forms, risk exchanging their inherent horror for a broader appeal.
George A. Romero has optioned the movie rights to Steven Schlozman’s The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks From The Apocalypse.
The Centers for Disease Control unveils a preparedness plan to help people figure out what to do should the world be beset by a zombie apocalypse.
Amber Entertainment and Rebellion Publishing, parent company of 2000 AD, plan to adapt Stronghold, a story about a besieged Welsh castle and an army of the undead. The movie will be the directorial debut of Rebellion’s Jason Kingsley, best known for his video-game work.
Now that the Hollywood Reporter is asking whether Zombies Are The New Vampires, it’s clear that zombies are already over. While it’s clear that the next big thing is going to be aliens (No, really), what I want to know from you is: What should the Next Big Thing After That be?
Producers Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher have optioned Paul is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion, Alan Goldsher’s forthcoming novel that reimagines the Beatles as zombie musicians determined to dominate the world — and avoid destruction at the hands of Mick Jagger.
A new trailer has been release for Survival of the Dead, the sixth zombie film from writer-director George A. Romero. The movie opens on video on demand on Friday and in theaters on May 28.