The Cloverfield-esque filming of this “homevideo” makes it seem fake, but if it’s real, then this is a pretty disastrous prank. Two people were acting out a zombie attack — one of them laid on the ground all bloody while the other crouched over and pretended to eat their limbs.
When the so-called zombie started running away, a passing car caught a glimpse of him while turning right and banged into a parked vehicle on the road. Yikes! Hopefully he has zombie insurance.
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Cellphone for a rat
I’m willing to do some pretty questionable things to get myself a new cellphone, but this is too much. In Johannesburg, South Africa they have a pretty serious rat problem. One charity in the area called Lifeline, has recently tried to help stop the spread of rats by offering cellphones to anyone who brings them at least 60 rats. Just stop and think of how many rats that really is. You have to, I guess, kill them? or maybe just trap that many rats. Then you throw them in your car and bring them to the charity? This sounds like my nightmare. Imagine driving with a giant box of rats riding shotgun…
Woman looses tooth brush in her throat…
This 19-year-old girl was brushing her teeth one day, like normal, when she accidentally swallowed her tooth brush? Seriously? Okay, she had no gag reflex so maybe it’s possible. She said she felt it slipping down her throat, but there was nothing much she could do about it. I’m sorry, umm, if I feel something slipping down my throat I would definitely catch it. How hard are you brushing those pearly whites? Do we really need to add another warning label?
Pregnant zombie arrested for DUI
Police were called to tend to a shooting victim at a busy intersection. Only thing is, when they got there they realized the woman wasn’t the victim of a shooting, but rather wearing a halloween costume. She was dressed up as a pregnant zombie. When police first arrived they admitted they would’ve thought the same thing. Instead of being shot, the woman was intoxicated. Imagine if she was slurring her words too? She would’ve literally sounded like a zombie, terrifying.
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Still undecided about who to vote for in the 2012 presidential election? Joss Whedon has some advice for you. The Avengers director insists you vote for Mitt
Zomney Romney because the Republicans’ promises will guarantee poverty, unemployment, overpopulation and rioting — elements that are crucial to creating a chaotic wasteland.
Zombies will run rampant in Mitt’s apocalyptic vision and you’ll have to start hoarding canned goods. The one percent will no longer be the very rich, it will be the very fast. On the bright side, Whedon says, we can all stop pretending this facade of caring for each other is real.
Vote #Zomney. Because he needs brains.
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The new season of AMC’s The Walking Dead premiered last night and we were damn excited. To celebrate its return, Antonius and Vijay from AVbyte (the same guys who did the Disney hipster princesses musical) put together a zombie musical all about singing, dancing and eating BRAINS. It makes the whole life of a zombie seem much more dignified, doesn’t it?
You better watch where you’re going. Something creepy might just come out to get you.
While in San Diego for Comic-Con, a man dressed as a zombie soda jerk decides to make unsuspecting strangers on the street shriek with terror as he approaches them.
This isn’t the first time someone has dressed up as a zombie to scare innocent people, considering we just saw a viral prank that went down in Miami. Even though it’s totally wrong and funny to watch at the same time, these unsuspecting victims in Australia were just minding their own business at the park, riding their bike and taking a stroll.
I’d be pretty scared if someone came creeping up behind me making deathly noises! It gets even worse when the “zombie” is digging in on (an extremely real looking) human brain. EW. Do you think this whole “zombie apocalypse” is getting old?
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It has been confirmed that Brad Pitt will be starring in an adaptation of Max Brooks’ zombie novel World War Z. As E! Online reports, Max Brooks made the confirmation at Comic-Con in San Diego.
Though the details are slim at the moment, some key roles have been filled. Brad’s company, Plan B Entertainment, has also secured the rights for the production and any sequels that might follow this picture and Marc Forster (Quantum of Solace) is slated to direct.
If you haven’t read the book, the publisher’s website has a short synopsis: “The end was near. Zombies were taking over. They were infiltrating ever corner the world. No neutral ground existed, no nation was secure, and we were in serious danger of becoming extinct – overrun by hordes of the living dead.”
They’re hoping for a 2012 release, so maybe this is what was meant by predicting the end of the world!
Wolfenstein, the first, first person shooter I ever played has come back with an all new story, new powers, and yes, zombie Nazis. But do powers, a unique story and zombies really make a game great? I figured since I have history with this title that I would put it upon myself to find out by writing up a full review about Wolfenstein on the Xbox 360, below see what I thought.
Taking place during Nazi Germany during WWII, Wolfenstein focuses on the paranormal studies both the Nazi’s and the allies looked into. Experiments using a Dark Force known only as the Black Sun are extremely close to giving Nazi’s the power needed to rule the world and all that stands in the way of total domination is a spunky young American soldier known lovingly as BJ. A straight up WWII FPS for the first few minutes, players quickly see where this game veers off course into a sci-fi shoot-em-up with everything from space-aged weaponry to zombie Nazis, what more could a gamer ask for?
BJ has a number of weapons at his disposal, from melee attacks using his gun butts and shovels, to occult powers of the veil and a mysterious amulet that lets him use and recharge his powers. These powers are somewhat out of place, but give the title a little more depth to the already shallow story. With the ability to see an alternate world around him (complete with exploding freaky metroid type monsters only you can see), slow down time, create a shield, strengthen bullets, and more you will find yourself constantly utilizing these powers (more than I would have liked), and constantly looking for pools to refill your veil energy. Like Wolverine’s feral sense, Spiderman’s spidey sense, and Batman’s … bat sense? You will find yourself playing through most of the game in veil view, taking away from the graphics and textures… which might not actually be a bad thing.