Terminally ill 7-year-old Spencer Holt loves the police, and he loves zombies. So the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office in Florida decided to put the two together and make for one heck of a fun day for little Spencer.
Sure, AMC’s undead behemoth takes up most of the attention, but there’s another zombie series quietly doing its own thing at another corner of the cable spectrum — and here’s what fans can expect from Season 2.
From George Romero's numerous zombie films, to AMC's The Walking Dead, we've explored several angles of a potential zombie apocalypse. But, what about the doggies left behind after we're all walker-bait?
In an age when movie studios and book publishers seem to only want the next sure thing, sites like Kickstarter are great for people who want to take risks. It's a chance for creators to come directly to the people and ask for a show of hands, and for as little as a dollar you can help make something cool.
No doubt you've seen hundreds of crowd-funded projects come across your desktop, most of which seem eminently ignorable. And then there's something like The Silent City, which captures a dead New York—and some undead denizens—with a scale and scope to be reckoned with.
If you're at San Diego Comic-Con, and watching or reading The Walking Dead just isn't enough for you, there's a way to get even closer to the zombie carnage. On Friday night, a massive Walking Dead obstacle course, complete with hundreds of walkers, will open at San Diego's Petco Park, and we just caught our first glimpse.
We'd all love to hang out with Firefly and Castle star Nathan Fillion just for the fun of it, but there are other benefits to being his pal. See, according to Fillion, he has a very particular set of skills, skills that make him great to have around if the zombie apocalypse hits.