Saturday, April 30, 2011
The first zombie-proof house ever built is by a company called KWK Promes. It has moveable concrete sections, and the entrance is only through a second floor outside stairway. There's even a drawbridge.
For more fantastic shots of this place, go check out All That Is Interesting.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
With dismembered tongue firmly embedded in cheek, this blog assumes that zombies already walk the earth. It's up to you readers to help report their whereabouts.
Link is here, and down below in my links.
Monday, April 25, 2011
However, when I saw the line-up for this version, and the trailers, my hopes were revived. And I was not let down.
Some of the meanest, battle-hard, and blood-thirsty killers from Earth are transported to an alien world to become targeted prey for a group of Predators. I got the impression deep into the movie that this alien world was not the Predators' home world, but more of a playground. A place where they can practice their hunting techniques. What they didn't expect was for the humans to give as good as they got.
Adrian Brody gives a surprisingly good performance I didn't quite expect. There were also several surprises in the revelation of new Predator species. And I didn't see the ending coming, another big plus in my book.
All in all, I wholeheartedly recommend you buy the very first movie, and this one. Those two will pretty much be all you need to get your fix.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
The story revolves around a child and his mother who are involved in a wreck one winter night. It's several days before the car is discovered. Although the mother died on the scene, the boy managed to survive. (No spoilers here, but you get the picture.)
Cut to several years later. The boy is a man, and now he's captured five individuals and is holding them hostage inside an abandoned cistern. He gives them four barrels of water, a thirty-day clock, and a scalpel, along with a note that the average human cannot subsist for more than 30 days without food.
And thus the wait begins to see how the five will handle their situation. Why were they chosen? Who will die, and who will survive? Who is the maniac who kidnapped them in the first place, and why?
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Get the whole recipe here from Woman's Day magazine.
Monday, April 11, 2011
This movie never existed when its trailer was shown during the grindhouse double-billed "Planet Terror" and "Death Proof". But because of fans clamoring to see Danny Trejo as Machete, and Trejo himself calling director Richard Rodriguez on a regular basis wanting to know if the movie would be green-lighted, it pretty much became a sure thing. And, boy, am I glad!
Saturday, April 9, 2011
I met Martin at AggieCon, and I was blown away by his Strippers-n-Zombies original artwork. And that's not all he's into. Go check out his site (MartinWhitmore.com - Evil Illustrator Extraordinaire). Or, better yet, go subscribe to his Tasty Flesh online comic.
I can't say enough about this guy's talent. This is one time where a picture is definitely worth a thousand words...and a body bag.
(P.S. - His business card offers "illustration", "animation", "decaptitation", and "character design".)