Happy Thanksgiving! We talk about "Vatos" the fourth episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead". We talk about digging holes that are more than holes, about badass dudes who can win fights with one hand tied WAY behind their back, and the terrors of Satan's hellhounds. Stop trying to control the way that time flows, and spend a moment with us.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Episode 5 deals primarily with the third segment of AMC's "The Walking Dead". We look at post-apocalyptic gender-roles, weapon choices, appropriate mourning and many other critical issues. The first season of The Walking Dead is halfway over, and we already salivating in anticipation of season two! Please let us know what you think of the show.
Posted by The Z-Realm at 10:12 PM
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Episode 4 of the Z-Realm focuses on the 2nd episode of the AMC series The Walking Dead. We also talk a bit about Robert Rodriquez' film Planet Terror and try to decide if the creatures in that film are actually zombies or just spectacular movie monsters.
Posted by The Z-Realm at 10:01 PM
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Found this on Badass Digest:
Posted by The Z-Realm at 11:00 AM
This past weekend, I downloaded the Undead Nightmare addon for Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption. It includes both single-player and multi-player additions for this excellent game. Once again you control John Marston who finds the world ravaged by some strange plague that brings the dead back to life as flesh-hungry zombies. Your mission is to find an answer and hopefully a cure. I am only an hour or so into the game, but it is impressive already, and at 10 dollars ( on the Playstation network ) it seems like quite a bargain.
On a side note...I'd just like to apologize for my crimes against the Sasquatches, I am still haunted by my unreasonable aggression.
Posted by The Z-Realm at 10:39 AM
Monday, November 1, 2010
Episode 3 of the Z-Realm focuses on the premiere of AMC's Walking Dead series and contains mountains of praise for this outstanding program. KMO also interviews author Tony Monchinski to discuss his work with a particular focus on zombies.
Posted by The Z-Realm at 11:14 PM