It seems like director Marc Forster's adaptation of Max Brooks' oral history of the zombie war is diverting from the text even more than we thought—apparently, it's being configured to allow for a couple of head-chopping sequels.
It's bound to happen, the inevitable zombie holocaust and, once you make it clear of whatever place you call home, you're going to need someplace to hole up for what could be the rest of your life. Here are real, actual places that could make for wonderfully defensible zombie fortresses.
Let's face it. If you were one of the survivors of a zombie apocalypse, you'd probably want actor Ving Rhames to have your back. Especially if he was carrying a sledgehammer. Rhames, who plays Henry, leads a handful survivors through Syfy's Zombie Apocalypse, which premieres Saturday, Oct. 29 at 9 p.m. ET.
A while back, we ran down a list of 10 real-world locations that would make for pretty decent places to ride out the inevitable zombie holocaust. But it did raise the question: How are you going to get from wherever you are to (relative) safety? Learn how to transform a normal vehicle to an armored transport.