Happy Halloween, Evil Geeks! We’ve got a special episode packed with fresh braaaaaaaaiiiinnns for you today. Recorded live this past weekend at the Madison Theater in Albany, NY as part of The Zombie Are Coming 2 Film Festival, C-Mart, Tom, and Professor Next are joined by a panel of zombie experts to talk all things related to the ambulatory undead!!
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I have a confession to make. In case you haven’t figured it out already, I am whole-heartedly obsessed with these brain-munching monsters. I promised all you followers that I would end this month’s creature comforts column with my personal favorite of the most classic Halloween terrors, and the zombie is my beloved of all October creatures. It’s interesting that I get most excited by this fiend when of all the monster territory we have covered this month, including werewolves, vampires, and witches, this is the one creature I don’t wish to be. Yes, I would technically also be dead if I were to become a vampire, but at least that comes with some added bonuses like retaining your cognitive abilities and the possibility of some added superpowers. However, when you get changed in to a zombie, you’ll just be one of moaning horde, so while I get thrilled to read, watch, and immerse myself in all things zombie I spend most of my time thinking like Arthur of what they should of done, or what I will do in order to survive the zombie apocalypse.
Salutations, Evil Geek Nation! Don’t adjust your browser settings, this week’s Horror of Horrors is now featuring 100% more C-Mart due to the fact that Arthur Harkness has the week off. I’m not really sure why he had to take off in such a hurry, but like three of his ceremonial daggers are missing from their display case and the barn in the Evil Lair is suspiciously low on sacrificial animals. I suspect I this all may have something to do with the flyer I found stabbed into the wall of the lounge announcing the “Say You, Seance: All You Can Conjure Occult Jam” being held right now at the Holiday Inn just adjacent to the Hellmouth in Cleveland. I definitely enjoy a good dose of horror and my all time favorite horror films of all time are George Romero’s classics The Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead. The zombie genre has exploded in recent years and quite frankly is getting a bit overdone, but I will always come back to these movies because they still stand as two of the most frightening things I’ve ever seen!