A pleasure to be joined this week by ex-Survivor contestant and TV podcaster extraordinaire Rob Cesternino to talk about the British reality TV/zombie movie mashup Dead Set. (If you want to watch Dead Set before listening, you can find all five episodes on YouTube. The first ep is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNwTfK4Kddk.)
Also we discuss the latest WD news, the recent TV special, new HBO show The Leftovers from the former show runner of Lost, dystopian nutritive drink Soylent, state parks, and more.
Come back in a couple of weeks for our review of Game of Thrones season four, with Karen and me, David, Grace, and Mr. Blahg!
every year this show is less and less about the predictable nature of walkers, and more about the scary, unpredictable human element.
And so you’re completely in the dark as to what’s going to happen next season?
Behind the scenes of The Walking Dead season 5
"I was just another monster. And I was…me, I was gone for a long time. But then Andrea brought me back. Your dad brought me back…you did.”
Robert Kirkman promises ‘a ton of answers’ in the season 5 premiere in Entertainment Weekly interview.
Norman Reedus promises a ‘badass’ season 5 in Entertainment Weekly interview.
Andrew Lincoln’s talks about being a 40 year-old action star in his web chat with Gold Derby.
ZomBcall founders James Villepigue and Christopher Oliver unveiled their prototype zombie vocalizer toy device capable of creating authentic TV and movie style zombie sounds. Their Kickstarter campaign is here.
Photos of Rick Grimes comic statue from McFarlane toys (Daily Dead)
News feature on week-long Zombie Camp put on by the Eastern Iowa Community College. (WQAD)