Friday, November 28, 2014

Shock Waves (1977)

If you listen to Z.E.D.D. Radio, you have heard them speak of this classic #zombie film on more than one occasion! Here it is in full length for your viewing pleasure!

Shock Waves (1977)

Visitors to a remote island discover that a reclusive Nazi commandant has been breeding a group of Zombie soldiers.

Director: Ken Wiederhorn
Writers: John Kent Harrison, Ken Pare

Stars: Peter Cushing, John Carradine, Brooke Adams

Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Zombie Radio Network welcomes "Evolution of the Apocalypse"!

We have a very well known podcast joining the Zombie Radio Network family!

Evolution Of The Apocalypse is a weekly podcast that talks about survival, horror/gore movies, The Walking Dead, Z Nation, craft beer reviews, and just plain old manly banter.

Their motto: "Saving the world one podcast at a time!"

You can listen to their show feed here on or you can find them on iTunes and Stitcher Radio!

Help us in welcoming "Evolution of the Apocalypse" to our family!

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

What was your first #Zombie Movie?

Making my rounds in the Zombie Community or as I coined it a few years ago "Zommunity", I notice that alot of people that are fans of the genre were introduced to it by watching George Romero's 1978 "Dawn of the Dead".

I have also heard some say the 1990 version of "Night of the Living Dead" as well as the 2004 "Dawn of the Dead" remake.

Well, the very first #zombie movie I ever watched was a little known cult classic titled "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things".

This movie is about a small troupe of amateur actors and actresses that decide to visit a cemetery island off of New York City.

On their little adventure, the groups leader Alan "played by Alan Ormsby, director of Porky's", decides that it is a great idea to dabble in a little "satanic" ceremony meant to resurrect the dead. To their dismay, it appeared like it did not work, but then decided to bring a corpse back to an abandoned house and have a mock celebration honoring him. The movie ends with zombies coming out of the ground, surrounding the house, and people getting their just desserts.

This still remains one of my favorite zombie movies of all time! If you are a true zombie genre fan, this title makes an excellent addition to your the collection. It is available on dvd!

p.s.: There is talk of a remake!

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