Check out this brief sneak peak of The Walking Dead season 5, episode 12. Carl seems to be a little on the cautious side.
The Apocalypse Crusade War of the Undead Day One: A Zombie Tale by Peter Meredith
In an apocalypse there is definitely a beginning where mistakes are made and the seeds of evil are allowed to sprout and take shape. However, an end is not so certain. Once an Apocalypse occurs not even death is certain. Sometimes death is only the beginning.
At first light that morning, Dr Lee steps into the Walton facility on the first day of human trials and can barely contain her excitement. The labs are brand spanking new and everything is sharp and clean. They've been built to her specifications and are a scientist's dream. It's where cancer is going to be cured once and for all.
By midnight it's a place of fire, of blood and of death...a death that, like the Apocalypse, is seemingly never ending.
ARC Entertainment has acquired North American rights to “The Walking Deceased,” a spoof of the zombie genre.
Written by Tim Ogletree and directed by Scott Dow, “Walking Deceased” focuses on a group of zombie-apocalypse survivors as they set out for a rumored safe haven. Dave Sheridan, Joel Oglesby and Ogletree star.
The movies Facebook page states that the movie will be released on VOD, digital, and in limited theater release on 03/20/2015. Check out the movies teaser trailer below.
Okay boys and girls here's today's end of the world scenario. Zombies have overrun your community and you and your family are speeding out of town. Once you heard about the zombies you hauled ass so you have no weapons, food, or additional clothing. On the way out of town you pass a mall that house a gun store, a small grocery store, and a sporting goods store. Because of the advancing zombie horde and because you don't want to split up your family you only have time to enter one store. Which one will it be?
[SOURCE: BBC] BBC Three has cancelled its supernatural drama series In The Flesh.
The second series of the show ended last May with just over half a million people watching the finale.
The story revolved around teenager Kieren Walker, played by Luke Newberry, who came back to life after a zombie apocalypse and returned to school.
"Given there is only budget for one original drama series a year on the channel it won't be returning," said the BBC Three Twitter feed.
"We loved the show but have to make hard choices to bring new shows through and create room for emerging talent.
"Huge thanks to the Bafta award-winning writer Dominic Mitchell and the superb cast."