Thu, 21 June 2012
Mail Order Zombie #184 - War of the Dead, Exit Humanity, Eloise J. Knapp, Peter Clines, Scott M. Baker & Danielle Harris
The American Civil War and World War II? Just add zombies! This time around, Brother D takes a look at the movies Exit Humanity (dir. John Geddes) and War of the Dead (dir. Marko Mäkilaakso). The Crypticon coverage continues with mini-interviews with authors Eloise J. Knapp, Peter Clines, and Scott M. Baker, and actress Danielle Harris. Kim tosses in her thoughts on Knapp's The Undead Situation and Gareth Wood's The Rise, and Miss Bren joins D to talk about their experience at Van Con before diving into the Feedback Discussion. (Special thanks to Between the Eyes for the opening and closing song!)
Thu, 7 June 2012
Mail Order Zombie #183 - Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Freakshow Apocalypse, Markus Taylor (DeadHeads), Ladies Night & Crypticon Coverage
Four score and a freakshow ago, Mail Order Zombie brought forth two more zombie movie reviews in Episode 183 of Mail Order Zombie. Brother D visits the sideshow when he reviews Freakshow Apocalypse: The Unholy Sideshow (dir. Matthew Broomfield), then revisits one of his favorite sub-sub-sub-genres: zombie Civil War stores with a review of Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (dir. Richard Schenkman). There's more than movie reviews in this MOZ episode, though. Markus Taylor, the man behind the zombie known as Cheese from the zombie movie DeadHeads (dir. Brett Pierce & Drew T. Pierce), drops by for an interview about his work in DeadHeads, his other projects and the upcoming DeadHeads Cheese prequel. Devil Dinosaur, Jr., from the Dread Media podcast gives us a review of the novel Ladies Night by Jack Ketchum. And we start our recounting Seattle Crypticon 2012 when we chat with writers Gareth Wood and Jessica Meigs. After the Feedback with Miss Bren (which includes a very special announcement!), we have a recording of the panel "Zombies: Why the F@!$ Won't They Die?!" with panelists John Skipp (moderator), Scott Baker, Craig DiLouie, Gareth Wood, Derek M. Koch, Rick Reeves, Mark Rahner.