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How The Walking Dead Uses Special Effects To Fake Gory Zombie Kills

Video: The Walking Dead is probably one of the goriest and grossest shows on television because all they do is kill zombies. And although zombies are not real (yet, at least), the blood and gore look real because of all the amazing special effects on the show. Here’s a reel from Stargate Studios showing their best work of VFX on The Walking Dead.


Extinction Looks Like It'll Be Smarter Than Your Average Zombie Flick

Zombie flicks tend to focus on the “during” part rather than “after” though exceptions do exist, including 28 Weeks Later and, er, Fido. Soon you can add Extinction to the list, a post-zombie apocalypse movie starring Lost’s Matthew Fox, where a small group of survivors used the inclement weather to “outlast” their undead aggressors.


Zombie Apocalypse Pranks Are Becoming A Thing

Video: Since we’re all pretty much obsessed with the zombie apocalypse at this point, I guess it was only a matter of time before people started zombie-pranking each other.


All The Zombie Kills From The Walking Dead Season 5 In One Gory Video

Season Five of The Walking Dead might have been the best season of the zombie killing, gore porn that is the favourite TV show of many, which means that there have been enough zombie kills this season to fill a seven-minute gorypalooza video. Some of these zombie deaths are really artistic while others are so brutal they make your brain go numb.


More Video Game Zombie Gore From An 8-Bit Version Of The Walking Dead 

Video: CineFix is back with more 8-bit zombie deaths of The Walking Dead, this time focusing on season 3 and 4 (aka when the show left the farm and actually turned semi-decent for a little bit), and they sum up the story quite nicely. Zombies die, people die, a prison is taken over and Rick’s gang fights a tank and a crazy person and somehow wins.


8-Bit Video Game Version Of The Walking Dead Is Still Gory As Hell

Video: CineFix animated the first two seasons of The Walking Dead in the classic 8-bit video game style and somehow, the blood, guts, gore and zombies of the TV show still translate over. It’s a pretty decent summary of Rick and the gang’s journey and how many damn walkers they needed to kill.


This Abandoned Hospital Isn't From A Zombie Movie

Image Cache: Although this photo might look like a screengrab from a dystopian video game, or a made-for-TV zombie film, it’s actually taken in the middle of a bustling city in the UK.


Aussie Zombie Movie Wyrmwood Is Being Widely Pirated, But Please Don't

Indie zombie movie Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead has had a limited release around Australia, and has enjoyed a pretty positive reception from critics and moviegoers alike. The film was released onto iTunes in the US over the weekend, but it’s getting much more attention on the internet from illegitimate downloads on torrent sites.

Here’s the thing — you shouldn’t pirate Wyrmwood. It’s pretty much indefensible.


A Soft, Stuffed Chainsaw Takes Pillow Fights To A Whole New Level

Everyone had that favourite, heavy, feather-stuffed pillow that was their not-so-secret weapon during a sleepover battle. But a pillow doesn’t come anywhere near being as awesome as Factory Entertainment’s new line of Zombie-battling stuffed toys that includes what could be the world’s first plush chainsaw.


It's Hard To Believe This Horror Short Was Not Filmed With Real Cameras

I was zombied-out after Dawn of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead, the seminal horror movies by filmmaker George A. Romero, but apparently you kids keep loving those dumb walking corpses. You will like this fantastically crafted 3D animation short, which feels like the beginning of a full feature.


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