Zombies and Christmas: two great things that go great together. What better way to celebrate the holiday than with zombie Christmas cards? This collection of actual Christmas cards morbidly celebrates all things undead -- from zombie Santa Claus to 'The Walking Dead' favorites Daryl Dixon and Michonne.
We've all received our fair share of dull engagement announcement photos from friends. (Wow, a photobooth! So original!) Well, one creative couple decided to spice up their engagement photos with some uninvited members of the walking dead.
Students of the group Philadelphia Student Union, which is a part of a larger organization called the Philadelphia Coalition Advocacy of Public Schools, recently performed a zombie-themed flashmob to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' in front of the school district's headquarters.
Some costumes are awesome in their cleverness, or awesome in their humor, or awesome because they're so convincing. Of course, sometimes a convincing costume will cost you, as an anonymous Birmingham woman found out.
The AMC zombie drama 'The Walking Dead' has a lot of fans. In fact, its season three premiere got more viewers than any other show has this fall season.
Among these viewers, it turns out, are actual zombies. One of these rotting ghouls even showed up on 'Conan' to discuss his love of the show.
We love zombies as much as anybody, but, man, it sure is annoying how they always show up without an invite. In these pics, a group of murderous, brain-eating undead crash a family portrait and carnage ensues.
Just when you thought things were getting back to normal, you find out that the United States Military, plus several different law enforcement agencies, not to mention emergency workers and medical technicians, are about to get some very unorthodox disaster training.
In the upcoming zombie apocalypse movie ‘World War Z,’ Brad Pitt’s character tries to save earth from the brain eaters. On the set of the film, Pitt played hero in a more modest, but also more signficant way.
A group of about 200 concerned citizens dressed as zombies this weekend and marched through the British city of Leicester to highlight the city’s lack of preparation for an uprising of the undead. After Leicester resident Robert Ainsley learned (via a freedom of information request) that the city did not have a zombie contingency plan built into its emergency preparations, he and 26-year-old poli