Tag: zombies

Interview with Kim Eun-hee

Screenwriter and producer Kim Eun-hee talks about making The Kingdom, her series about politics and zombies in the Joseon Dynasty. “I like zombie stories and tried to find plenty of shows and movies, but after watching them I would often find the sight of zombies moving in flocks […]

“That Serbian Book in Santa Clarita Diet”

Brandon Hawks considers the fictional Sixteenth Century Serbian book that puts the Santa Clarita Diet‘s zombie disease in historical context. (And he teaches everyone more about mixed media manuscript-print books). “While the book is a plot device, pointing to the mysteries of the disease’s origins centuries before, its […]

From the Archives: The Shock Of The Stiff

Funny, SF/F Editor Keith was supposed to send in his article, or at least we thought he was. You know, Keith kept mentioning these dreams he was having and “chthonic gods”… but we’re sure it’s fine. Sometimes people just lose connectivity in ancient caverns. Keith’ll be back next […]

No Future For You

No one loves zombies. For one thing, they don’t invite intimacy. They come packaged as a horde, as featureless as they are numberless, and their hunger has none of the seductive cachet  of a vampire’s thirst or the tragic compulsion of a werewolf’s fury. Even the poor, loveless […]