scixual:

Otto.
Otto; or Up with Dead People (2008) directed by Bruce LaBruce and starring Jey Crisfar, Marcel Schlutt, Nicholas Fox Ricciardi and Gio Black Peter.

scixual:

Otto.

Otto; or Up with Dead People (2008) directed by Bruce LaBruce and starring Jey Crisfar, Marcel Schlutt, Nicholas Fox Ricciardi and Gio Black Peter.

slack-of-all-trades:

Zombie Calendar 2014   That’s me in the powder-blue suit in the back left.

slack-of-all-trades:

Zombie Calendar 2014   That’s me in the powder-blue suit in the back left.

Salt Lake City Zombie Walk 2013 (by AdamTheFishGuy)

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That’s me at 3:30!

Me (the zombie) and Ted Raimi at SLC Nerd 2013.

Pretty sure I never got around to posting this here. Raimi called me the “70’s Insurance Salesman Zombie” and asked me to join him on stage for his presentation. I was so proud!

Me (the zombie) and Ted Raimi at SLC Nerd 2013.

Pretty sure I never got around to posting this here. Raimi called me the “70’s Insurance Salesman Zombie” and asked me to join him on stage for his presentation. I was so proud!

Zombie Lucy.
That’s me in the background.
justcallmezed:

beatrice666:

#slczombiewalk @malloryannmower (Taken with Instagram at Memory Grove Park)

OK, how random is it to see one of my friends in a Tumblr’d pic?  That’s totally Scix in the grey jacket and white pants!  He looked gooooooooood.  (No, we’ve never met in person, he’s one of those fabled internet-friends all the kids are talking about these days!)

Zombie Lucy.

That’s me in the background.

justcallmezed:

beatrice666:

#slczombiewalk @malloryannmower (Taken with Instagram at Memory Grove Park)

OK, how random is it to see one of my friends in a Tumblr’d pic?  That’s totally Scix in the grey jacket and white pants!  He looked gooooooooood.  (No, we’ve never met in person, he’s one of those fabled internet-friends all the kids are talking about these days!)

Correction: these were to prevent graverobbers.
This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated.
there-is-no-pumpkin:

calplushrumpsstridermakara:

jaimelesfillesbeaucoup:

This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated.

when i die im gonna order my family to build that cage and then im going to contract someone seperately to later break the cage open and make it look like i clawed my way out and steal my body from it.
then they can do whatever they want with the body so long as it’s never found, ever

Doing this^^^^

Correction: these were to prevent graverobbers.

This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated.

there-is-no-pumpkin:

calplushrumpsstridermakara:

jaimelesfillesbeaucoup:

This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated.


when i die im gonna order my family to build that cage and then im going to contract someone seperately to later break the cage open and make it look like i clawed my way out and steal my body from it.

then they can do whatever they want with the body so long as it’s never found, ever

Doing this^^^^

(Source: alaskasmokestodie, via bigfootaus)

RIP: Bill Hinzman, best remembered as the first zombie to appear on camera in George Romero’s horror classic Night of the Living Dead, passed away today of cancer. He was 75.
thedailywhat:

RIP: Bill Hinzman, best remembered as the first zombie to appear on camera in George Romero’s horror classic Night of the Living Dead, passed away today of cancer. He was 75.
Nicknamed “Zombie #1” by fans, Hinzman’s role as the Godfather of all Zombies’ first on-screen ghoul established a working relationship with the filmmaker which lasted for several years, garnering Hinzman parts in several other Romero films such as There’s Always Vanilla, Season of the Witch, and The Crazies.
In the 80’s, Hinzman took a seat behind the camera, helming two of his own horror films — The Majroettes and Flesheater. His final movie, the Kurt Angle and Kevin Nash-starring indie horror flick River of Darkness, was released last year.
Below: Hinzman’s Cemetery Zombie scene from Night of the Living Dead —

[dread / photo: wikimedia.]

RIP: Bill Hinzman, best remembered as the first zombie to appear on camera in George Romero’s horror classic Night of the Living Dead, passed away today of cancer. He was 75.

thedailywhat:

RIP: Bill Hinzman, best remembered as the first zombie to appear on camera in George Romero’s horror classic Night of the Living Dead, passed away today of cancer. He was 75.

Nicknamed “Zombie #1” by fans, Hinzman’s role as the Godfather of all Zombies’ first on-screen ghoul established a working relationship with the filmmaker which lasted for several years, garnering Hinzman parts in several other Romero films such as There’s Always Vanilla, Season of the Witch, and The Crazies.

In the 80’s, Hinzman took a seat behind the camera, helming two of his own horror films — The Majroettes and Flesheater. His final movie, the Kurt Angle and Kevin Nash-starring indie horror flick River of Darkness, was released last year.

Below: Hinzman’s Cemetery Zombie scene from Night of the Living Dead

[dread / photo: wikimedia.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

See also Tobe Hooper’s Mortuary.

musicistheart:

Fungal zombification.

Otto on the train, with flashback.
Otto; or Up with Dead People (2008) directed by Bruce LaBruce and starring Jey Crisfar, Marcel Schlutt, Nicholas Fox Ricciardi and Gio Black Peter.

Otto on the train, with flashback.

Otto; or Up with Dead People (2008) directed by Bruce LaBruce and starring Jey Crisfar, Marcel Schlutt, Nicholas Fox Ricciardi and Gio Black Peter.