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Ryan Lieske Puts Abed To Film [Interview]

Several months back, I heard from Richard Raphael that the story Abed by Elizabeth Massie was being made into a movie. I thought I would see if Abed would make for a good review here at The Zombiephiles. Not only was it the most gruesome zombie tale I’ve ever read, but I wondered how in the hell they were going […]

Dead Island Review: Trouble in Paradise

Zombiephiles the world around have had their eye on Dead Island since the fantastic official trailer was released seven months ago. Now that we’ve finally have had a chance to sit down and really sink our teeth into Dead Island, we’ve got mixed, but generally positive, feelings. On the one hand, Dead Island’s open, “sandbox” style gameplay is incredibly liberating, […]

Zombie Mutations in “The Infection” by Craig DiLouie

The Infection by Craig DiLouie tells the story of six survivors traveling in an armored vehicle, while trying to find a safe refuge, after a mysterious virus infects millions of humans. The infected people collapse into comas; when they wake up, three days later, they attack all the non-infected. After just a couple of weeks, some of the survivors discover […]

A Zombie Choose Your Own Adventure Book! “Zombocalypse Now” Review

f you’re my age, you often sit around fondly remembering the “Choose Your Own Adventure” book series that entertained us so much when we were young. And if you love zombies as much as I do, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Why weren’t there any zombie ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ books?” Well, ask yourself no longer, because Chooseomatic books has brought us “Zombocalypse Now,” a totally sweet and surprisingly thick book written in the “Choose Your Own Adventure” style that is, quite simply, a fantastic zombie book.

Each page of “Zombocalypse Now” offers you the results of your previous decisions, and (hopefully) gives you a set of actions for you to choose from – creating a large and complex web of storylines that navigate their way through the book. At almost 300 pages, “Zombocalypse Now” puts you in the role of the protagonist, a stuffed bunny who quickly discovers that his internet date isn’t going as well as he hoped it would when his date begins to crave brains. From those beginnings, you navigate your way through a slew of close calls, hard decisions and surprise plot twists in your quest to find an ending that doesn’t actually result in you dying. (The book advertises that out of 112 possible endings, there are at least seven in which you don’t die.)

Zombies Overrun Christmas with “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies”

f there’s one problem with Christmas, is that same problem which plagues nearly every holiday – a sad and somewhat suspicious lack of zombies. Long relegated to Halloween (a silly holiday really), zombies are forced to share their holiday with pirates, ninjas, and worst of all, mimes. Thankfully, author Michael Spradlin is dragging zombies, kicking and moaning, from Halloween to Christmas with his jolly book of zombie Christmas carols, “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies!”

House of the Dead: Overkill (Wii) Review

Just when you thought House of the Dead was dead and gone, the Nintendo Wii brings it back to life – Grindhouse style!

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