Want to see what you’d look like as a zombie, what kind of accessories you’d need, and where to get a washing machine tough enough to get the brains out? Sears has created a zombie website dedicated to the growing zombie population.
Just finished the premiere episode of WALKING DEAD. Wow! Finally, somebody gets how to translate zombies to the visual medium. The show was almost perfect.
Entertaining, pretty well made interactive zombie apocalypse video. Help Steve get across the city to deliver his pizza without being killed by the zombies. What happens depends entirely on your choices as the viewer.
The first interactive zombie movie was THE OUTBREAK, produced by an agency, and it was very good. It’s no longer online and the interactive functionality is gone, but you can piece it together roughly at YouTube. Here’s part one:
My friend Chris suggested Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” as the ideal soundtrack song for TOOTH AND NAIL. I have to agree!
Interested in writing a work of survival horror? I remember author David Moody talking about his thought process in developing his stories. He said something to this effect: Go into any crowded public place, imagine something or somebody going haywire, and then picture the result. It’s great, simple advice. The best stories in this genre, after all, are those about ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances.