Thu, 24 May 2012
Mail Order Zombie #182 - Juan of the Dead, I Was..., New Zed Order, Collective Vol. 3 & The HP Lovecraft Film Festival
Earlier this month, Brother D spent three days in a row at Portland's Hollywood Theatre and managed to keep his sanity in tact at the Lovecraft Film Festival and went back to the theater the very next day for a screening of Juan de los Muertos, aka Juan of the Dead (dir. Alejandro Brugués), with Tequila Matt. After four days at the Hollywood, he needed the MOZ Family's help in picking another movie to review this episode. Will he take the advice of the Mail Order Zombie Family? While D was spending every waking moment at the Hollywood, and watching the second half of JABB pictures' The Collective, Volume 3, Silent Death reviewed the novel The New Zed Order: Survive by author Todd Sprague. Need-a-Nickname Scott returns with the Zombie Beat, and Miss Bren does her best to keep her husband from offending too many listeners north of the border.
Wed, 9 May 2012
Mail Order Zombie #181 - The Terror Experiment, Feed, Telltale's The Walking Dead, The Collective Volume 3
Brother D is on pins and non-Euclidean needles as he looks forward to this weekend's H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & Cthulhu Con, but he's not so distracted that he can't put together Episode 181 of Mail Order Zombie! This time around, he takes a look at the 2012 zombie movie release The Terror Experiment (dir. George Mendeluk). This episode also features Part One of a two-part review of JABB pictures' latest anthology release The Collective, Volume 3. The Mail Order Zombie offers up some reviews of their own when Silent Death reviews the videogame The Walking Dead from Telltale Games, and a review of the Mira Grant's novel Feed comes from Eradication H. In addition to the Lovecraft Film Festival, Brother D will also be attending Crypticon Seattle this month where he'll be a panelist, so he talks about that as well before Miss Bren joins him for this episode's Feedback Discussion. (Brother D would like to formally apologize to the Lifetime television network. He's not entirely sure why, but he feels that he must.)
(Various production music produced by Kevin MacLeod.)