Amanda Hocking

Twas the Night Before the Night Before Zombiepalooza

September 28th, 2010 by
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Friday kicks off Zombiepalooza, so I’ve officially got my blog all decked out for Halloween.

I have a calender  up in Zombiepalooza to showcase all the stuff going on in October. As things happen, I’ll post links, and update the schedule.

As you can see, I still have a few days open, so if you’re interested in participating, let me know!

Hollowland now has a fancy book trailer, the first chapter, a soundtrack, and the cover up, so you should check it out.

I’m getting excited for October and Halloween. As you should be. It’s going to be a hoot this year! A hoot, I tell you! I’m going as Poison Ivy. I know that’s not very Zombiepalooza, but I’m doing theme costumes with friends this year and we’re going as Batman villains. And I like Poison Ivy. I considered Harley Quinn, but her costume is lame.

I want to post a comprehensive list of the best zombie and horror films/books. What do you think are the best zombie/horror films/books of all time?

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  • Anonymous says:

    Shaun of the dead

  • Amanda says:

    I Am Legend, the book. The movie was good but the book so much better! Just in general books by John Saul and Dean Koontz are always there to get me paranoid. Love too many horror movies to just pick a few.

  • Anonymous says:

    Do Halloween and Friday the 13th count? Jason and Michael are technically zombies, I would say….because they’ve been “killed” like 10 times each.

  • Jealous! I’m not hot enough to go as poison ivy. I was going to go as a zombie marionette, but now Gregg is going as raccoon Mario, so he can’t be my puppet master anymore…I might go as the white rabbit. If I get some white clothes for under my slutty red vest…

  • Tara Maya says:

    I love Poison Ivy.

    Great spooky for the blog!

  • Anonymous says:

    Night of the Living Dead (1968 version) scared the crap out of me when I was a kid (maybe because my father led my brothers, sister, and I to believe that it was live footage from when he was a kid), but it’s still my fav. Shaun of the Dead encapsulated my love of quirky British humor and Simon peg with the added benefit of zombies. Can’t wait to read Hollowland. 🙂

  • Ellen Faith says:

    Oh, how much I love zombies!
    Although I haven’t read many zombie books, or any really, I can give you a list of my favourite zombie/apocalyptic movies xD Cool layout, by the way.

    – Resident Evil series
    – I Am Legend
    – Zombieland

    They’re probably my favourite three.
    And I am so checking out Hollowland!