Ever wondered if where you live would increase or decrease your chances of survival if the inevitable zombie apocalypse finally arrived?
CareerBuilder has put together an index of which of the biggest metropolitan areas (with over one million residents) are best prepared for such a disaster based on things like occupational skills, prominent industries, and more. They also list some of the worst places to live.
You can find out if the city you live in is one of the best places to be if the zombie apocalypse happens below.
Very rarely do you see children in zombie movies and TV shows, and even when you do, it’s just one or two of them. With the upcoming movie Cooties, the kids are the only zombies, and they appear to be hungry for more than just a few juicy chicken nuggets.
Anyone who has ever grown up is familiar with the highly contagious but not at all real opposite sex disease, cooties. But in this movie, cooties is real, and it is turning the kids at an elementary school into the vicious and violent undead. The movie stars Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill, and comes from the minds of Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell and Glee co-creator Ian Brennan.
You can read more about the movie and check out the first official trailer below.
Can’t wait for The Walking Dead to return on February 8th? You should check out this impressive zombie short titled Isolated.
The short comes from Peak Pictures, and runs a little over five minutes. While completely computer animated, much of it looks quite realistic. It’s such high quality animation one might think an entire team worked on it, but it appears only a few people did.
Click on over to the other side to watch Isolated.
Well-y, well-y, welly, well. It’s that time again! Time for my best blood, the soul-sucking, brain-eating, clock-watching, Time Zombie (Benedict Zombiepatch, if yer nasty), to make his way ’round to all those places that still abide by that antiquated old candle-saving trick of the clock: Daylight Saving Time!
I know you all think you’re moving your clock ahead for some logical, beneficial reason, but that just isn’t the case. Old Ben means to make a meal of you (so do I, but we’ll talk about that later), and if you don’t set your clock ahead, trouble’s a-comin’.