The ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ trailer.

OK, normally I wouldn’t.

But Anna and the Apocalypse is a Christmas zombie movie musical.  That makes it legitimately of note.  It doesn’t mean that it’s going to be good; merely that they had to do some extra work to throw this sucker together.  That already puts it ahead of a lot of Christmas horror flicks.

Organ Trail.

Old-style Oregon Trail video game, only with a zombie apocalypse theme.  You can blame ML tech god Neil Stevens for this one; I was up until 2 AM getting to safety… although the rest of my party tragically died outside of Memphis when we ran out of food.  Tragic, but exceptionally fitting for the genre.  I kept expecting the corpses to reanimate and eat me, but they never did.

Yeah. This is probably going to end up on the bookshelf.

This being The Zombie Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Living Dead. If only because it’s talking about zombie combat without firearms and written by a CERT first responder, which hopefully means that there’ll be believable arcane jargon. Lots of people can’t do arcane jargon properly.

Well, that’s why it’s arcane. And jargon.

Moe Lane

The Zombie Rights Campaign.

I would normally come up with a ponderous parody response to the parody that is the Zombie Rights Campaign (ZRC), but I’d thought that I’d spare everybody that for once.  Besides, people know where I stand when it comes to the Undead Menace: I don’t have to spell it out.

Moe Lane

PS: It really does get the general tone right of the sites that it’s parodying, though.  Down to the ever-so-slightly smug hectoring.  One wonders…