zombies

Yes. "Dead Alive" is now streaming.

For most of you, that's enough to have you go rushing to your TVs to boot your Netflix streaming device of choice up. If you're somehow unfamilar with the film "Dead Alive", you may know it under the name "Braindead".

The point of gaming is to eventually win, right? What if you couldn't win? What if, no matter what you did, what path you took, every time you fired that game up, you knew you were going to die? All roads lead to failure? Well isn't THAT the story of my god damn life?!

This is one of the twists from Indie Stone Studios in their development of Project Zomboid, an independent game set during a zombie Apocalypse. Really - there's a million zombie games out there; what could possibly make this game stand out?

In honor of Superbowl Sunday, your Connoisseur of Crap has once again braved the edges of the internet to bring you: FOOTBALL ZOMBIES!

Editing is an extremely important process. Regardless of how good you are at something, your first pass will always benefit from some additional thought and refinement. Editing becomes especially important when most of the creative process is handled by one or two people. Often times, low budget films fail because so much of the creative process is handled by a select few individuals, and they become far too attached to the end product to let anything go, or can’t step back and realize what does and doesn’t need refined and tweaked.

I have no idea what a Pontypool is, but it made me angry.

In a world gone mad, there are two men, nay heroes, who have decided to face the zombie apocalypse with zest, heroism, cowardice and one-liners. Join them as they navigate through a zombie world in, “You’ve Got Dead On You”.

Good comedies are hard to find nowadays. Good comedies about zombies are even harder to find. So you can imagine my delight when I discovered "You've Got Dead On You" and listening to it has earned me more than a few strange looks when I giggle to myself in the office.

I’m pretty burned out on zombies. And that’s coming from a guy with a “Dawn of the Dead” poster in his living room that’s attempted to talk women up at a bar about their zombie apocalypse survival plans (Pro Tip: if a girl actually has a plan in mind, they’re a keeper).

I've been a gamer almost all my life. I had an Atari 2600 joystick in my hand from the time I learn to sit up, and I've burned through every gaming platform since. Yes, dear internet - my name is Erin, and I'm a nerd.

And like all nerds, I've dreamed that skills I've acquired blasting baddies, head-shotting noobs, and dominating pixels would some day be humanity's only hope for survival...and then I wake up and go back to filling out TPS reports like the corporate monkey I am.

Carriers plays a neat trick – it's a zombie film without zombies.

Horror films need a set of rules. Given all the insane, supernatural things that occur in them, the viewers need to know what can and can’t happen in the film’s universe so that they can properly react to what they are viewing. For example, we know that in “Evil Dead II” the dead are raised by the incantation of a passage from an ancient text and that the only way they can be stopped is for another passage from the book to be read aloud.