Just like you, I’ll be doing my damnedest to not get scratched or bit. Because I like my brain right where it is. … More Undead, Living Dead, Walkers, ZOMBIES!
Hello, again Biters this is James GBM’s skeleton in the closet retuning for our November creature of the month the zombie. … More iZombie for Review
In my previous article, I talked about Mr. Davis’ account with Haitian culture and the zombification of people. Mr. Davis’ work is known, read, and some even scoffed at his work.
However, I believe he was the first to take West African zombies seriously. Wade Davis might be the zombie anthropologist! … More Wade Davis The Zombie Anthropologist
The term comes from Haitian folklore, where a zombie is a dead body reanimated through various methods, most commonly magic.
The Oxford English Dictionary gives the origin of the word as West African and compares it to the Kongo words nzambi and zumbi. — Wikipedia… Zombie a reanimated corpse. … More Zombie A Reanimated Corpse
On May 24th 1979 the dead walked the earth, brought to us by the godfather of the Zombie genre, George A. Romero. Now here’s my review of Dawn of the Dead. … More Dawn of the Dead
Recently, zombies have been invading our small screen and the theaters. Either from famous shows as The Walking Dead or World War Z.
The term zombie has been part of our lives for centuries, but most recently, gained in popularity. However, research proved that zombies are a fact. … More Zombies Are A Fact
All right, so, we already know my feelings on pretty much anything George Romero related, so this review for me is a no-brainer. … More Review of the Dead
If you never heard of Anita Blake this is your chance to dive into a wickedly twisted world of monsters versus humans where monsters aren’t necessarily the bad guys and the goodies come in all shapes, sizes and fur patterns. … More The Laughing Corpse by Laurell K. Hamilton