Jeff Baena–the co-writer of David O. Russell’s I ♥ Huckabees–is making his directorial debut this summer with the romantic zombie comedy Life After Beth. The...
Which Superhero Would Be Best at Baseball? A Scientific Study: Part 2, the Results If you missed last Thursday’s post, let me quickly get you...
World War Z sucked, so now we’re waiting for “Walking Dead” to return, but we have some questions...
There’s only one scary moment in World War Z, and it comes almost two hours into the movie when all hope is lost and you’re reduced to a cowering shell of yourself, buried alive under a mountain of rotting zombie movie clichés.
The sequester cuts that went through last March made a lot of stomach acid churn across the nation. They took a chainsaw to the federal...
Despite including World War Z on our 30 Most Anticipated Movies list, the film is set up to be a failure. It’s had rumors of...
In a valiant effort to give the middle-finger to every single fan of Zombies Mode in Call of Duty Black Ops, Activision has announced that...
Cracked.com had their 8 editors give their top (which can mean best, memorable, or important) picks of 2011 in 8 categories - movies, TV, music, video games, people, internet clips, words, and photos. We got a chance to talk with Cracked.com Editor-in-Chief Jack O'Brien to give us his take on the top EVERYTHING of 2011. Check out his thoughts on sequels, Adele, Angry Birds, Tim Tebow, sexting, and the end of the world below.
Is everyone sick of zombies yet? We can't go an hour without seeing or hearing about them. Seems every other movie, TV show, and/or video game features 'em. We feel like it's only a matter of time before they jump the zombified shark, right? Probably not. The Walking Dead got renewed for a third season and one of the most anticipated movies of 2012 is World War Z (as in Zombie). So, instead of fighting the living undead, we're going to embrace them, especially the ones with killer racks. Check out what we mean with our mega gallery of zombie boobs after the jump.
The Walking Dead began its second season Sunday night to monumental ratings. Nearly 7.3 million tuned in for the first showing and more than 2 million caught the 10:30 repeat. In the coveted 18-49-year-old demographic, "The Walking Dead" did better than anything else on Sunday night – other than the NFL. If you have no idea what we're talking about or are just too lazy to care, here's our list of reasons why you should download Season 1's episodes. If that doesn't work, we also have a highlight reel that includes every zombie death from the first go-round. Check 'em out after the jump.
I'm not sure what it is about zombies, but I can't get enough. Whether it's zombies on Black Ops, zombies in the Walking Undead, or zombies in World War Z, I'm sold. What makes the teaser above so awesome is that if you like what you see, you can vote to its creators produce a pilot. SneakyZebra (the filmmaking team behind this masterpiece) has been featured on CBS, TechCrunch and now they're trying to get on the big screen. Watch, then vote. Easier than your mother after her Sunday evening cocktail. Snap. Check it out after the jump.
Good news, but you should already know this: Season 2 of The Walking Dead premieres Sunday night at 9/8c on AMC. If you weren't one of the 5 million Americans already watching The Walking Dead, you're either not American, don't have cable or you were completely oblivious to the highest rated show on cable. If you were the last one, you are missing out on what could easily turn into the next Lost. Check out our list of reasons why you should download Season 1's episodes along with a highlight reel that includes every zombie death from the first go-round after the jump.
OK, maybe they're not dead dead, they're just zombies. As part of Converse's Three Artists One Song collaboration, the brand brought together Matt and Kim, Andrew WK and Soulja Boy for "I'm A Goner". The video, which premiered August 21st on MTV2, is one big zombie rave. They're drinking embalming fluid (which actually isn't PCP - I checked), duffing in body bags, and putting things in places that shouldn't be in those places. Check out the undead party after the jump.
If you are anything like me then you absolutely love merking zombies. There is no better feeling than putting a shotty right up to a zombie's domepiece and saying Sayonara. Well you can do exactly that in Techland's new first person, zombie shooter, "Dead Island". The game is set in the Palms Resort, in fictional Banoi, located off the coast of Papua New Guinea. A young girl and her family are on vacation when a vicious, zombie outbreak occurs. After watching the trailer, if you don't want to avenge this little girl and her family then something is seriously wrong with you! Be ready on Sept. 6th for the release. Check out the Memento / Tarantino-esque carnage after the jump!
I'm 6'3", 200 pounds and overly confident that I can kick any living person's ass, let alone someone who's been dead to the world and smells like rotting garbage. Yes, I've practiced on homeless people. And COD. Both of which qualify me as an expert in zombie killing. When Rezurrection comes out, I'm honestly going to sit in front of my TV with no less than five blunts - which is the same approach I'd take if the Z Apocalypse comes. Check out the trailer after the jump.
When the real zombie apocalypse arrives, only a total dumbass will look to zombie movies for tips on how to survive. Because while those people will be busy doing stuff people in zombie movies do, like giving birth and being totally racist, the people who look to video games for survival tips will be off creating a zombie-free society on an island somewhere. Check out our 5 tips for surviving the zombie apocalypse that we learned from video games after the jump!
• Super Punch-Out Vs. Mortal Kombat • Dawn Jaro Isn't Here, But Her Sister Is! • Donald Trump Responds to Osama's Death • Priest's Maggie Q Is Sinfully Hot • Score A (Crappy) Job With A 2.0 GPA • Doug Flutie's daughter is a hot New England Patriots Cheerleader • Samurai Slices Through a Mid-Air Bullet See more awesome links after the jump!
The downside to a zombie apocalypse is that no matter how prepared you think are for the coming horde of the undead, it's never a sure thing. You might be running away from those, heaven forbid, super-fast/super-smart hybrid zombies or ones that are just about as bright as a plank of wood. Don't give up and throw yourself to those rotting bastards just yet, we got this handy "How Dangerous Is A Zombie?" infographic that covers all the various threat levels of a zombie outbreak, meaning you'll be ready for any curveball that fate throws your way! Know your enemy... and chances of survival after the jump!
Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn't mean things are any less corny. After all, both Bob Saget and David Hasselhoff have shows debuting this week. But don't worry...there are also plenty of other options this week!
You’ve already spent days, weeks, and possibly months playing through the various missions, side quests, and challenges which packed Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption. The worst part is; you’re still thirsty for more. Thankfully, the ever popular game developers are delivering in spades with one of the hottest and most content filled downloadable expansion packs in recent memory, Undead Nightmare. Combining the stellar gameplay and addictive stories of the original with a cheeky, bloody, zombie loaded twist, this will have gamers around the world coming back for more.
We recap all the goings on from two of Sunday night's most popular shows. On Family Guy, Brian finally writes a best seller and we get a behind the scenes peek at a penguin publisher. On The Walking Dead, the Gang encounters an actual Gang.
Two of Sunday night's more popular shows focused on desperate housewives. Family Guy's Lois was forced into a somewhat familiar position when she becomes a "foxy boxer" and The Walking Dead's Lori Grimes reunites with her husband, a man she thought would become one of the walking dead, so she boned another dude in survivor camp.
VBS’s resident drug expert, Hamilton Morris, recently filmed a six part series called, "Nzambi", in which he goes to Haiti in search of zombies or more specifically, the secret poison that puts people in a death-like state.
This week in television will bring you plenty of creepiness and a little bit of reality. So, tune in and freak out.
Like crash-test dummies to the automobile industry, zombies are perfect cannon fodder for video games. Simply put, there is no villain better suited to be...