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World War Z - The Oral History of the Zombie War

Guns. Zombies. Humanities last hope for survival. Nothing else needs to be said about this.

This is a story of the World’s War against a Zombie infection. 245 more words

Sequels Everywhere: Contextualizing the Fast-Burn of Recent Blockbuster Films

On July 30th, 2008, Zach Beane published a series of interactive stream graphs that display the box office earnings of films on a weekend-to-weekend basis. These graphs offer some interesting insight into the box office trends of a given year, especially regarding the staying power of certain films over others. 873 more words

Media Industries

Top 5 Wednesday: Books Featuring Zombies!

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme from Goodreads, created by Lainey from Gingerreadslainey and now moderated by Sam from ThoughtsOnTomes. This month’s T5W topics center around Halloween, and when asked to pick my favorite type of scary creature, I knew zombies was it! 505 more words

Thero's Top Five Zombie Books.

Popular culture may have covered the zombie genre to death but today, I’m listing five zombie books, that I think you should read!

Warning: mild spoilers ahead. 720 more words


World War Z

I was so happy when my roommate bought this book. A little bit because I knew he would love it, but a lot because it meant I got to read it again. 232 more words

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Spooktober, Day 6: The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z, by Max Brooks

“Ignorance was the enemy. Lies and superstition, misinformation, disinformation. Sometimes, no information at all. Ignorance killed billions of people. Ignorance caused the Zombie War. Imagine if we had known then what we know now. 686 more words


John Robson: Are we becoming as dumb as the zombies we love to watch on TV?

Man, I’ve had it with all these zombies attacking my television screen, faster, tougher and more … how shall I put it? Preposterous.

Perhaps to comment on zombies at all seems preposterous. 850 more words

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