High-tech Cylon pumpkins? We don't need no stinkin' regular jack-o'-lanterns after seeing this 1,818.5 pound pumpkin — the world's largest pumpkin, actually — cut up into a zombiefest. The fine folks at Inhabitat were on hand to shoot, uh digitally shoot, with cameras, the masterpiece.
This is the Bellingham family. Like any other family out there, they like picnics in the park, road trips, homemade body armor and zombie huntin'.
Zombie movies almost always work. Maybe because they are a perfect metaphor for our latent fear of civilization's disintegration. Or they're just good at playing up our repulsion of the icky-yicky that is the inside of our bodies. Whatever the reason, we're fascinated with all-things-zombie. For example, the blog-o-nets were recently all abuzz with a real-life-creepy scientific paper regarding "zombie caterpillars." Specifically, the report detailed how a virus infects a gypsy moth caterpillar's brain and forces the insect to climb to the top of a tree and remain there (a healthy moth will only ascend at night). The virus then "melts" the poor creature into a drippy goop that litters the forest floor to infect more unfortunate victims. It's part Body Snatchers, part Living Dead — and real. But this oozing zombie moth is far from the only example from the annals of science that feature once-living creatures that still mange to lurk about. Here, we present some strange, but true examples that might only be described as the living dead. Or the dead living. Whatever--it's freaky real zombie stuff. WARNING: If you are a squeamish person do NOT watch any videos linked or embedded in this post, but feel free to read on--words won't damage you. Too much.
Meet Ben and Juliana, a couple from California who just decided to tie the knot. The two asked friend and photographer, Amanda Rynda, to come out to a secluded field to take engagement photos with them and AHHH BY SNARF'S BEARD LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU!
There's nothing quite like being prepared for the impending zombie invasion. We've covered how to survive the zombie hordes with transforming safe houses and sawblade slingshots, but Creek Stewart's custom-built shotgun might just be the simplest and most feature-packed solution to shoot, knife and burn the living dead all in one go.
You know how in just about every zombie movie the various militaries of the world get caught with their collective camo'd pantaloons down, and get embarrassed by slowly shambling, moaning undead abominations? Well, no longer, thanks to a freshly minted "Counter-Zombie Operations" guide.
Here at our shape-shifting DVICE headquarters, we're already pretty zombie-proof. We've got axe-legs on all the coffee tables for goodness sake. Still, you can't be over prepared for hordes of shambling, brain-eating undead, so the CDC is right in releasing a survival plan. You know, just in case.
Sure, it's unlikely, but just in case zombies do attack, you wanna be adequately prepared. This Woodsman's Axe coffee table should do the trick.
There's being prepared for a zombie invasion by keeping a shotgun and some spare brains in your basement, and then there's being actually eager for a zombie invasion, which is how you'll feel if you live in this absurdly safe house, called the Safe House.
Everyone knows the chainsaw is the ultimate weapon for mowing down the undead. Still, that means you've got to get close. There has to be a better way, right? Well, that better way may be the RPC, or "rocket-propelled chainsaw."