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World War Z Gets Another Big Name

| August 6, 2011

Sigh. The number of Hollywood stars who’ve decided to let their Anti-Zom flag fly and sign on for World War Z is depressing sometimes. Case in point: Bryan Cranston – who has shown his diversity as an actor in AMC’s incredible “Breaking Bad” – is in negotiations to join Paramount’s World War Z, a post-apocalyptic [...]

The ZRC Responds to ZRS Comic-Con Panel

| July 30, 2011

The so-called ‘Zombie Research Society’, who seem to have never conducted any actual research on Zombies beyond skimming previous works of Anti-Zombie prejudice and extrapolating from hate fiction, had a panel at Comic-Con this year, and they shot video. Naturally we feel the need to respond to their allegations and slanders. Here’s the first part [...]

Xbox Again Pushes Anti-Zombie Content Hard

| July 27, 2011

The Xbox 360 has clearly become one of the central fronts in the battle against Anti-Zombie media, with its continued exclusives and early releases of Anti-Zombie games. As previously discussed, however, the Marketplace for Xbox downloadable games is a hotbed of Anti-Zombie media, and Microsoft seemingly has no problem letting legions of Living Supremacist developers [...]

‘World War Z’ Filming Moves to Glasgow

| July 24, 2011

Yes, as previously discussed here on the blog when we covered the Malta shoot for ‘World War Z’, Glasgow is in the sights of these ridiculously ambitious Living Supremacist filmmakers and the apparently very involved shooting process is coming up now: The streets of Glasgow can get a little quieter with the onset of the [...]

Square-Enix Teams Up with Known Living Supremacists to Flog ‘Dead Island’ at Comic-Con

| July 20, 2011

We talked with some concern here on the ZRC blog about how Square Enix had picked up distribution duties on the odious Living Supremacist game ‘Dead Island’ to help ensure it receives wider release here in the US. Well, their commitment to hating the Differently Animated doesn’t just extend to shuffling plastic around, as it [...]

My Alma Mater’s Student Paper is Apparently a Hotbed of Prejudice

| July 17, 2011

I have fond memories of my four years at Indiana University. Well, four years in school for me, then living on campus for a while with the art director, but you get the idea. Indiana University has a fairly prominent student paper, the Indiana Daily Student. As the title suggests, it is written and published [...]

More ‘World War Z’ News and Gruesome Anti-Zombie Spectacle

| July 4, 2011

As if you hadn’t been deluged enough already with ‘World War Z’ news, the mega-production of evil is rolling ever onward: Now, having bought the rights in 2007, Brad Pitt has finally began filming his zombie film World War Z And fans have been given their first glimpse of the living dead as filming continued [...]

‘World War Z’ Production Has More Troubles

| July 3, 2011

Mega-huge Living Supremacist adaptation of Max Brooks’ infamous ‘World War Z’ hit more snags recently: World War Z, the would-be epic adaptation of Max Brooks’ oral history of a fictitious zombie pandemic and near-apocalypse, spent so many months in development hell that the project seemed doomed, even with the presence of director Marc Forster and [...]

‘World War Z’ Looks for Gullible Extras to Spread Hatred of Zombies

| June 30, 2011

I had sincerely hoped that this behemoth of Anti-Zombie prejudice masquerading as a film would crash and burn, but it seems that ‘World War Z’ is a reality we will have to confront for some time to come: This summer World War Z is going to be shot within England and they need a TON [...]

Yet More Depressing ‘World War Z’ News

| June 15, 2011

What may well be the post-Romero magnum opus of Zombie Hate on Screen, ‘World War Z’, continues to chug ahead with various bits of casting and backstage news trickling out. Here’s a double dose of downer for you: According to Variety The Grey’s James Badge Dale (pictured right) is going back into battle, albeit against [...]