The Greatest Zombie-Themed Giveaway of All Time!


1st Annual Zombie Fighter Jango’s Zompoc Giveaway!


I’m honored to be part of this amazing zombie giveaway, hosted by the wonderful author, Cedric Nye. Please read on for details on how to enter this huge giveaway.

July 14, 2013 01:54PM — August 21, 2013 12:54PM

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The 1st Annual Zombie Fighter Jango’s Zompoc Giveaway is in full swing!!

Cedric Nye has pledged 75% of any money he makes from the sale of his books until the end of this event to charity! Children and Animals will be the beneficiaries.

The following Goodreads Authors involved are:
J. Cornell Michel, Ian McClellan, M. Lauryl Lewis, and Cedric Nye!

Zombie Guide Magazine is in!!

Multiple YouTube Channels are in!

And now YOU are in!!


Get entered today! Entry is FREE! There are 12, yes, 12 different Prize Packages! Signed Zombie Books, Zompoc Weaponry, Custom Knives, Tommy Knockers, Fame, and Fortune!!

Well, okay, the Fame and Fortune part might be a little bit of an exaggeration, but the rest is SOLID!

Click the link, watch the “MUST WATCH” video, and go get entered to win some loot!
“Put your arms out in front, and let your hands dangle,
Moan and groan and hang your head at an angle,
Sway back and forth like a big old tree,
Looks like you’re doing The Zombie to me!”

Here is your Portal to the event:

Best of luck!

Please don’t pet the Zombies.

“Pacific Rim” Movie Review – Zombie Style


Full Disclosure: I may or may not have fallen asleep during the last fifteen minutes of the movie (I blame the pre-movie lemon drops). So now that you know I took a quick snooze during the most exciting part of the film, you can take this review with a grain of salt (a small grain).

Pacific Rim was pretty much what I was expecting: full of action with a unique plot, but lacking in character development. The story was fairly interesting, taking place in the year 2020, after the earth had been invaded by dinosaur-like monsters called Kaiju. Humans created robots called Jaegers to fight the Kaiju, which sounds simple enough, but the Jaegers had to be operated by two humans whose minds needed to be joined by a neural bridge. In the opening scene, the main character was operating a Jaeger with his brother, but (non-spoiler because it’s obvious) his brother got killed, and halfway through the movie the living brother paired up with a pretty lady to operate a Jaeger. Let the sparks fly! But I do have to give props to the directors for not objectifying the female characters (which is rare in action movies).

I have to be honest here: I only saw this movie because I love Charlie Day (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is one of my favorite TV shows). I did like the original plot, but I feel like the dialogue was a bit cheesy. And I did take a cat nap during the finale, but lucky for me, my spouse was able to fill me in on the ending. Pacific Rim is worth seeing because it’s a fascinating story and the special effects are cool, so if you’re looking for an action-packed summer movie, this one is worth the $12.50 (or whatever your local theater charges). But a word of advice: don’t load up on lemon drops before the movie, lest ye miss the ending!

Naturally, I had to insert zombies into the plot because I love me some walking corpses. But I thought it would be cool if the zombies were huge because the Kaiju were enormous, so it would have been a fair fight. If Pacific Rim was a zombie movie, this is how it should have turned out:

Turn: It would have been funny to see Dr. Newton Geiszler (played by Charlie Day) turn into a zombie. He was definitely the main source of comic relief in the movie, and I think he would have been a wonderfully goofy zombie. Charlie Day is known for screaming his lines, and it would have been funny to hear him scream-moan as a zombie.

Get Eaten: I would have liked to see Raleigh Becket (played by Charlie Hunnam) get eaten by a zombie. I don’t have a good reason for wishing him harm. I just like to kill off the pretty boys. He was the leading fella’ who spent most of the movie strutting his stuff, and I would have liked nothing more than to see him get eaten by a zombie.

Kill: I would have wanted to see Mako Mori (played by Rinko Kikuchi) kill a zombie. She played the main character’s sidekick/romantic interest. She was semi-badass, but I feel like they could have done more with her character. It would have been cool to see her tear apart a giant zombie with her Jaeger. She probably opened up a can of whoop-ass during the last fifteen minutes of the movie, but my sorry self didn’t get to see it. Epic fail on my part.

I give Pacific Rim 3.5 out of 5 brains.

Walker Stalker Convention


Big news! The first Walker Stalker Convention will be held in Atlanta, Georgia November 1-3, 2013. I don’t know about you all, but I’m definitely going to this awesome zombie convention!! There will be loads of cast members from The Walking Dead there to sign autographs and take pictures with lucky fans. To add to the excitement, Barbra from Night of the Living Dead will be there. And yes, I’m going to say to her, “I’m coming to get you, Barbra.” And yes, I’m sure she’s heard that a million times. I’m still going to say it – you can’t stop me!

I’ve been to several horror conventions, but I’m especially excited about the Walker Stalker Convention because it’s totally focused on zombies. I went to Horror Hound earlier this year, and I attended the Philadelphia Comic Con last month, and it was cool to meet some of The Walking Dead cast members. But the Walker Stalker Convention is especially exciting because it’s all about zombies! Here’s a list of the celebrities who will be in attendance:

Lauren Cohan
Jose Pablo Cantillo
Judith O’Dea (Night of the Living Dead)
Lew Temple
Nick Gomez
Daniel Thomas May
Tyler Chase
Addy Miller
Vincent Ward
Kylie Szymanski
E Roger Mitchell (Hunger Games)
Parker Wierling (Asthma Boy)
Adam Green (Holliston)
Joe Lynch (Holliston)
Corrie English (Holliston)
Laura Ortiz (Holliston)
Larry Mainland
Sonya Thompson
Moses J Moseley
William Sibley Hart

It’s going to be huge! You can find more information on the Walker Stalkers website.

If you want to get a deal on tickets to the convention, you can support the Walker Stalkers on Kickstarter. They have a campaign offering great discounts until July 14th, 2013. One-day tickets are only $15 for Friday or Sunday, and they’re $25 for Saturday. That’s a steal! There are several other awesome deals right now, but they’re only available until July 14th, so check them out here:

I’ll see you all at the convention!