A Knight’s Tale: An Interview with The Walking Dead’s Carlos Navarro

Zombies, and Tigers, and Kings, Oh My!  An Interview with The Walking Dead’s Carlos Navarro WARNING!  This interview contains minor spoilers for the last two seasons of The Walking Dead! Carlos Navarro has been in the entertainment industry since he was 17.  He’s worked in radio, on commercials, on television, and in movies.  His latest role saw him playing Alvaro, a Knight of the Kingdom on The Walking Dead.  I sat down with Carlos recently and talked

Best Non-Console Zombie Games


Zombie gaming has become so popular that it essentially comprises its own category as a subset of action, adventure, and horror. Gamers love the idea of gunning down waves of the undead, and in some cases playful spins on zombie takeovers make for fun, lighthearted games as well. And the best thing is, a lot of the games in the category exist online and in app stores, which means you don't necessarily need the biggest

GIVEAWAY | Get PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES screening tickets!! [Arizona]

pride and prejudice and zombies

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a reimagining of Jane Austen's classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England faced with a new challenge -- an army of undead zombies. The screening is Tuesday, February 2nd 2016 at Harkins Tempe Marketplace at 7:00 pm. Follow the link below to claim your screening passes. Good luck!   Screening Info: Date:  Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 Where:  Harkins Tempe Marketplace   Time:  7:00 PM Contest link:  http://www.sonyscreenings.com/MLOMz25117   About the movie: A zombie outbreak has fallen upon

“Night of the Living Deadpool #3” Comic Review

[Comic Publication Date: 2/19/14] Unlike the shambling undead that fill its pages, Night of the Living Deadpool is moving at a breakneck pace in this, its penultimate chapter. Writer Cullen Bunn has a mined a surprising amount of plot out of a well-worn subject matter like the zombie apocalypse and has managed to infuse a lot of balanced humor with horror elements as well. Night of the Living Deadpool #3 is the most narrative-driven issue to

“Night of the Living Deadpool #2” Comic Review

[Comic Publication Date: 1/29/14] Night of the Living Deadpool has a short tenure as a four-issue miniseries, so that this second issue is a vast improvement on the first restores a lot of confidence in the series moving forward. Whereas I faulted the first issue for being too tame given the chosen subject matter of a zombie apocalypse, Night of the Living Deadpool #2 represents what I want this miniseries to ultimately be when it’s all

“Empire of the Dead #1” Comic Review

[Comic Publication Date: 1/22/14] George A. Romero. Just the name alone elicits some of the most ghastly images of his storied film career as a zombie auteur. His first and most influential film, Night of the Living Dead, created a pop-culture phenomenon in term “zombie” without a single character in the film uttering the word (only in the follow-up, Dawn of the Dead, is the word actually used for the first time). Yet in acknowledging his

Rolling the Dice – Upcoming Game: DeadQuest

Who doesn’t love a zombie adventure? With all the zombie fanfare going on lately, from the popular show Walking Dead to comedies like Zombieland, to horror flicks like the Resident Evil series, it seems that zombies are everywhere in the geek culture. And now it's coming to the table top world! DeadQuest is the tabletop gem created by John Chakravarty and Charles Byram, who took a leap of faith and decided to pursue their dream of

The Walking Dead: Season 2 – Reveal Trailer

The time has come! The Walking Dead: Season 2 from Telltale Games has been revealed! No release date information has been announced, but by perusing the description of the above the trailer, we were able to find out who we'll be playing as: The Walking Dead: Season Two continues the story of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse. Left to fend for herself, she has been forced to learn how to survive in a

“’68” Comic Review

’68: Better Run Through the Jungle delivers what you would expect from a series about zombies set during the war in Vietnam: buckets of blood, a fair share of the grotesque, and references to famous songs of the time. The title certainly doesn't pull any punches on the gore front and Nat Jones does a pretty decent job of serving up that gore on steaming platters of spilled entrails capped with an exurbanite portion of

“World War Z” Movie Review

    World War Z is going to be one of those movies that is going to polarize fans of the book. There was backlash from the get go about the changes to the story structure. If you’re not familiar with the book it is composed of several different “survivor” accounts from people who were involved with the outbreak from the very beginning to the final days of the outbreak. World War Z the movie follows one