Monthly Archives: February 2015

Choosing Boots For The Long Haul

Are Your Boots Made For Walking? by TS Alan You’ve been hunkered down for over three months, but now your food and water supplies are dangerously low. You have an evacuation plan and you know where you need to go. You get in your vehicle that hasn’t been started since you barricaded yourself in, you turn the ignition and… nothing. Your vehicle is dead and you have no idea how to fix it. On to your backup plan… walking. Your bug-out-bag is strapped on, your weapons are at the ready, and you’re about to open that door for the first ...

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Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead review

Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead review Zombie Education Alliance TS Alan

Refreshingly low-budget Aussie zombie flick reminds us why we love the genre so much by TS Alan (2014, Australia) Plot: A meteor shower turns most of Australia’s inhabitants into flesh-eating monsters, leaving only those with Type A+ blood types immune. Summary [Spoiler Free]: Barry and Annie’s daughter Meganne awakens and tells her parents she hears someone in the kitchen. Barry (Jay Gallagher) goes to investigate and is attacked by a wild-eyed, frenzied man, who he is forced to kill. Meanwhile, Barry’s sister Brooke (Bianca Bradey) is in the middle of a photo shoot when her subject and her assistant become ...

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Rec 4: Apocalypse review

Rec 4: Apocalypse Review Zombie Education Alliance

Co-creator Jaume Balagueró directs the final installment of the [Rec] horror quadrilogy in [REC] 4: Apocalypse by Stephanie Joyce (2014, Spain) Angela Vidal, the sole survivor/report from the first [Rec] movie, wakes in a high-security quarantine boat facility ran by army scientists. Of course, like the other three movies, the events take place in Spain, but this version is somewhere off-shore. Be forewarned, if you’re a huge fan of monkeys, you may not enjoy all the different ways these fast, rabid-looking animals get attacked and mutilated in Rec 4: Apocalypse. What’s a person to do when these “28-Days Later”-esque creatures ...

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Taurus PT140 G2 Pistol review

Taurus PT140 G2 pistol review Zombie Education Alliance Mike Garman

Why the Taurus PT140 Millenium G2 in .40 S&W should be your EDC handgun by Mike Garman Everyday carry (EDC) is a hot topic today. EDC is what you carry everyday and this includes things like a phone, wallet, knife and of course a hand gun. For quite a number of years my everyday carry weapon has been the Khar CW40 pistol in .40 S&W. It is small and compact and easy to conceal but limited to 7-rounds. But more is always better, so that is where the Taurus PT140 Millennium G2 comes in. With the help of Eric at ...

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Zombie Fight Club review

zombie fight club review Zombie Education Alliance

Director Joe Chien’s Zombie 108 follow-up is gratuitous and pointless. by Stephanie Joyce (Taiwan, 2014) To say Zombie Fight Club is a splatter-house, graphically over-the-top and misogynistic boobfest of a horror movie – that would be an understatement. This is Joe Chien’s follow-up to his Asian adult rated zombie flick he directed known as Zombie 108 and both films take place in Tapei, Taiwan. What do you do when your song hits the top rap song charts in Tapei? Take “bath salts” of course! At least, that’s what a bunch of degenerate young adults do to celebrate in a run-down ...

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