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Gruesome rules in this horror collection.
Despite the title, the four stories actually are set before or at the same time as the action of the 2002 film
about the horrifying consequences of a man-made virus that infects humans with mindless rage,
turning them into carnivorous brutes who infect others by spewing virus-laden blood.
Not the best but definitely worth a read, though if you’re a 28 days/weeks/months movie fan, some things might bug you.
Selena and her new comrades struggle against the infected, the American presence in the UK…and themselves.
Selena is a survivor but even she must give pause when the mission has her breaking into the land she fought so hard to get out of.
Bridges and successfully swims in the muddy plot waters of “28” unlike the Aftermath, after you get past the “why did she do that?!” part.
Vietnam and zombies! That is quite enough of a plot for me!
An excellent one-shot!
Millwood was a good place to be when the dead rose. It was small, isolated, and easy to defend.
The survivors there forged a community, weathered what came, and began to prosper.
But then they ran out of food. Now, Millwood is sending five men to the neighboring town of Rundberg, a town ruled by over three thousand living dead, to find enough food to save a community.
Five against three thousand? They don’t stand a chance.
When an epidemic of grisly murders afflicts the normally sedate city of Park Falls, retired police detective Derrick Peters is sent by an unnamed source to investigate.
Despite tooth marks around the victims’ wounds, a pronouncement by one of the city’s eccentrics that zombies are responsible only arouses Peters’ skepticism.
After a little digging, Peters’ main suspects instead become the former employees of a recently closed pharmaceutical operation, where a novel treatment for Alzheimer’s was being tested.
Yet as the body count rises, and Peters starts shooting ravenous killers on sight, the true cause of the outbreak becomes more and more elusive.
Visually… it’s a masterpiece!
6. Black Gas
A mysterious volcanic gas emission reduces humans to a state of primordial, sinew-chewing violence. And there’s a lot of violence, from the get go.
If you like blood and gore, this is for you… but if you’re looking for deep characters and intriguing conversations, skip this one.
7. Bogus Dead
It is a zombie horror anthology featuring many different stories.
Authors are Jim Mahfood, James Kochalka, Tom Hart, Aleksander Zograf, Kevin Huizenga, Dave Kiersh etc etc… there’s 42 of em, yep… 42!
group of American archaeologist uncovers one of the long lost books of the dead and unleashes an invasion of demonic souls possessing the bodies of men.
These evil souls spread like a disease of infected cannibalistic killing machines.
Very hard to get a copy :(.
Team Orphan, a U.S. Special Forces team made up of three hardened soldiers, has been tasked with assassinating a maniacal terrorist guilty of genocide on a massive scale.
In their desperate quest to rid the world of the rogue terrorist, Team Orphan will soon learn they are not the only ones seeking his death.
The terrorist’s many small victims – the children he has destroyed – have returned from the dead, bent on revenge.
Team Orphan is caught in the middle, wondering who they should fear most: the terrorist, themselves or the Children of the Grave?
On a manned NASA space ship millions of miles from Earth, a terrifying malfunction occurs in the cryogenic hyper-sleep pods containing the hibernating astronauts,
turning most of the crew into the violently brain-dead.
Visually impressive but you’re either love or hate the “Alien” plot.