On this episode of Daily VICE, we go to a zombie-apocalypse training camp to understand why so many people are obsessed with preparing for the end of the world.
Did someone say REboot? They did, and it was us. Because Resi is crying out for some fresh blood to infect with all-new horrors.
Zombies, resurrections, patricide—just your average day in Westeros.
We talked with director Danny Roew about Dead 7, his horror-western hybrid that boasts a gang of post-apocalyptic zombie-killing cowboys played by members of NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees, and O-Town.
The movie adaptation of the popular Victorian/zombie mash-up novel combines corsets and the undead, but it doesn't have the spark of the source material.
The iconic cult actor is starring in a new Evil Dead show and is playing Ronald Reagan in Fargo, but he's still not famous enough for people to go through his trash.
What could go wrong?
The Kore tribe in Papua New Guinea ate its dead during a prion epidemic called kuru. Eventually, many of the cannibals developed a resistance to kuru altogether.
In a new paper in Popular Archaeology, one anthropologist claims the Greeks "imagined scenarios in which reanimated corpses rose from their graves, prowled the streets, and stalked unsuspecting victims."
Photographer Brittany Bentine has been creating macabre photoshoots for children for years now. Other parents have called her work "sick" and "disturbing," but for Bentine, it's just plain fun.
Post-apocalyptic games are more popular than ever, so we asked the creators of two fascinating new indie titles why that could be.
The weirdo travel writer is making a comeback after decades out of print.
I learned the developers behind the franchise are just as predictable as Umbrella's biological weapons.
There's a veritable horde of zombie games on the market, so let's just skip the usual genre boxes and consider them a breed of their own.
Steam's "Early Access" is full of half-finished survival titles right now, all different but bound by a single common goal: to kill you.
A new book offers a look into the fascinating specimens stored at the University of Texas, many of which have gone mysteriously missing over the years.
Spanish photographer Geray Mena spent All Hallows' Eve getting up in everyone's faces.
For the second installment of Walter's photo column, he went to Salem, Massachusetts, to hang out with some witches and a lot of tourists in spooky costumes.
In filmmaker Bruce LaBruce's new romantic comedy Gerontophilia, an 18-year-old boy falls in love with an 81-year-old resident at the nursing home where he works.
I've gotten stoned at work before, but smoking weed and working as a zombie at a haunted house didn't go well together.
The hot flesh of summer is here, and the last thing I want to do when I'm living in the thick of it is read about it. If you feel the same, here are three short books that will make you feel strange in the sun.
Dapper Cadaver is where the prop masters of your favorite movies and TV shows shop. Sure you could make your own corpses from scratch, but when there's a shop that offers medically realistic dead bodies, not just of humans, but of all creatures great and
If you like us rely on 'Game of Thrones' to dull the pain of everyday life, we've made you this 55 minute video care package to get you through this GoT-less Memorial Day Monday.
In 2012, a few broke Spanish kids made a short film called Fist of Jesus that centers around the son of God killing zombies with a giant fish bone. Now, they want to turn it into a feature.