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Zombies Attack Lincoln University

Posted by Andrea Lake on Wednesday, December 19, 2012, In : Zombie 
I never thought I would see signs of a zombie apocalypse at Lincoln  University, but this film has been a viral phenomenon and created a wealth of publicity for Lincoln Uni. 

The young man who made this film, while failing to portray a believable character, still managed to create an engaging and admirable piece of film, drawing on popular media and culture in order to create the perfect environments for sharing his skills.

If I might give my dear friend "K" a piece of advice... Vampires!  Vam...
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Zombie Apocalypse

Posted by Andrea Lake on Saturday, December 15, 2012, In : Zombie 
I know I'm not the only one who has a poster on the fridge listing survival techniques in the event of a zombie apocalypse, and I know there is no likelihood of this happening; but sometimes I feel I am the only one who notices the zombies in every day life.  I was one myself last week!

I had a rotten cold/flu bug and I felt seriously under the weather, yet I tried to continue my every day routine.  I'm not sure that much actually sunk in last week at all!  I thought about myself shuffling aro...
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Truth Really Is Stranger Than Fiction…

Posted by Andrea Lake on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, In : Zombie 
The subject of zombies has inundated movie theatres since the 1970s and remains a popular part of cult literature, wowing both television and movie audiences across the globe.

However, the first film of the genre is White Zombie, released in 1932, in which a young man turns to the dark arts in order to wrest the woman he loves from her fiancé, but turns her into a zombie slave instead with unexpected results.  More recent times have seen blood and gore fests, like the 1968 classic, Night ...

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Zombify Me

Posted by Andrea Lake on Tuesday, January 10, 2012, In : Zombie 
I have watched every moment of The Walking Dead Season One and am really looking forward to catching the rest of Season Two on Sky TV. 

One cannot fail to be impressed by the leadership of former police chief Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), and Jon Bernthal's portrayal of Shane Walsh, the police officer who has reached the limit of his endurance, is sympathetic considering the circumstances in which they find themselves.  The special effects in this particular TV show are nothing short of stunn...
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