One Day at a Time costume

The following is a teaser for the Zombie Combat Club, dedicated to showing you how to deal with zombies in combat without firearms. And they’ve got a good point: ammo can run out. Remember what Max Brooks told us: blades don’t need reloading.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

You can check them out at the Zombie Combat Club website. Between this and Siege’s site Zombiegeddon, I think you’ll be prepared. Stay vigilant, people.

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  • Halloween flexi-discs. Jesus, I remember them. So does Azathoth’s Abode on the Plateau of Leng because they’ve posted some Halloween content from them here. Found via Monster Rally.
  • Traveling back in time to 1919 and don’t know how to decorate for the season? Senses Working Overtime has you covered. Also from Monster Rally.
  • Phelpster at Manchester Morgue has posted some great custom DVD covers including an Army of Darkness based on the badass Japanese version of the movie poster.
  • Kindertrauma has posted their Top 10 of scary costumes. They…achieved something with this, methinks. What remains to be seen.
  • Last year we posted about an Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters for sale. Neatorama tells us there’s now the one that was built for Universal Studios theme park–it’s for sale on eBay.

  • Got the munchies? Gelatin brain!
  • Vinnie Rattolle’s Records has posted the trading card set from the Frank Oz Little Shop of Horrors, which includes an obviously deleted scene and a severed head.
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