If you don’t think you’re ready for a zombie horde fear not – HALO is here to provide the training you need to survive!
Richard Cimino Jr. of Pennsylvania is facing a slew of charges after leaping bloody and naked from a second story window and noshing on a woman’s head.
Paul W. S. Anderson’s “Resident Evil” films have played a significant part in the evolution of the “zombie.”
Sometimes you just have to do the right thing during a zombie apocalypse, don’t be afraid to take your friend out with a baseball bat.
Before you start building your stockpile for exterminating the undead, it’s best to know just how much of a chance you have of making it out alive with your brains intact.
The homeless man whose face was chewed off by a crazed cannibal on the side of the road speaks out for the first time.
The Walking Dead releases zombies in New York City. I wonder if they like Papaya Dog.
Yes, it’s another “Call Me Maybe” parody, but wait, this isn’t the standard (insert: politician or sports team) cover of the highly annoying pop tune. This cover pays tribute to Dawn of the Dead with some flesh eating zombies, perfect for that summertime bath salt buzz.
They won’t stop… they can’t be stopped… from their viral video graves they rise. Yep, it’s another zombie prank that takes a cue from the recent headlines of humans munching on humans. Run for your lives!
Pulling a zombie prank on the citizens of Miami just days after the infamous face-eater incident is both hilarious and incredibly stupid. Somebody’s just asking to get tasered.
After all the video games, movies, comic books, and TV shows centered around the zombie apocalypse, we should all be experts at taking out walkers by now. Still, it never hurts to brush up on a few tips.
Heavy fans and zombies alike came together last night to party down in celebration of House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut at Marquee in NYC.
The last man on Earth is one of the hammiest actors on the planet as Charlton Heston battles pale nocturnal hippies in this adaptation of Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend.
Girls just want to have fun in this clever and surprisingly harrowing ’80s vision of the zombie apocalypse.