Anorexic Zombie Gazette

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Monday, September 29, 2008


Worst Horror Flick of the Week: SON OF GODZILLA—Runtime: 86 minutes Synopsis: The movie is the second in the “island” trilogy, “Son of Godzilla” opens with scientists performing a ridiculous experiment on a South Seas tropical island. They attempt to freeze the atmosphere so they can practice farming frozen landscapes. Duh—why not just move the experiment to one of the Poles? Of course the experiment takes a U-turn and the island is irradiated and super-heated, causing the already monster-sized... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 21 & EPILOGUE

JUNK MAN Chapter 21 The first person through the door was Prissy. I grabbed her arm and drug her behind the door with me. The fresh zombies came barreling in behind her pushing and shoving each other, jockeying for position. When Prissy disappeared, the first zombies through the door stopped; a mistake on their part. The ones behind them shoved them down and trampled over them. Willy ran over the zombies who were trying to get up. He was followed by the demon and the unburied zombies still... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 20

JUNK MAN Chapter 20 “Oh, man!” said Priscilla. She began to look around for something—anything to help Willy. “Distraction. We need a distraction,” she whispered. “Blood,” I said. Without hesitation she stuck out her hand. “What?” I asked. Hoping she didn’t want me to bite her. I’d seen enough of that. Impatient, she shook her hand up and down. “Knife.” “Oh.” I dug my scout knife out of my pocket and handed it to her. She handed it back to me with blood on it. The top of her left hand was... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, September 26, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 19

JUNK MAN Chapter 19 By the time Priscilla and I reached the top of the hill the figure and whatever it was dragging disappeared among the maze of tombstones and trees. We were trying to be as quiet as possible and also use the larger stones as cover but there were two areas where we would have to cross the gravel drive that split the cemetery into sections; if our cover was going to be blown, we figured the gravel would do it. We managed to cross the first gravel strip without mishap. The second... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 18

JUNK MAN Chapter 18 It took several minutes that we hadn’t planned on and didn’t have to spare, to convince the Marsh Twins that hiding out in the basement storage room would be in their best interest. First, they insisted on coming with us then they refused to be coaxed from their corner. It wasn’t until we offered to leave Queenie with them for protection (the same dog I had to drag out from underneath the pew) that the twins relented. We had Marsha lock the front entrance door to the church... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 17

JUNK MAN Chapter 17 Priscilla slipped off her jacket and placed it over the flashlight before turning it on. The beam would only light the floor enough for us to make it to the stairs leading up to the vestibule but at least it wouldn’t be seen from the outside. Following her example, I placed my back up against the outside wall of the stairs in order to keep my weight closer to the main braces. We figured that the boards might not squeak as much if we walked where they didn’t give. We were... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 16

JUNK MAN Chapter 16 Prissy and I hadn’t shown our affection for each other since I was about eight-years-old but somehow the whole zombie ordeal changed that. I was so glad to see her that I forgot she was the Gorilla and hugged her; she forgot herself and hugged me back. “What happened to Mom?” she asked after I remembered to be embarrassed and pulled away. “Dad tried to attack her. She re-killed him.” “Do you think she will snap out of it?” she asked. “I don’t want to be around when she does,”... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 15

JUNK MAN Chapter 15 St. Peter’s Catholic Church was six blocks from our house. It might as well have been six miles. As much as I would have liked to stick to the road or the sidewalk, we dared not stay out in the open. I had three major problems to keep me occupied—Mom and two dogs. Mom’s white gown stuck out at the bottom of Dad’s Navy coat glowing in the dark. I wrestled with the possibility of tearing the bottom of the gown off. What I didn’t know was how Mom would react to what might be... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 14

JUNK MAN Chapter 14 Prissy and I hadn’t re-locked the kitchen door because we wanted to be able to get back in the house without making any racket. I hoped I would be able to sneak back in before Dad discovered it was unlocked; although, seeing that zombie break-in back at the Marsh’s didn’t give me much confidence in door locks anymore. Dad. I really needed to stop thinking of what came out of Dad’s grave as being him. Any hesitation in dealing with a zombie out of misplaced affection would be... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, September 1, 2008

JUNK MAN - Chapter 13

JUNK MAN Chapter 13 One hour, that’s all we had before we were supposed to rendezvous at the Catholic Church on Main Street. Our house was located on the last road going out of town. It was a lonely stretch of road with only two houses on it, ours and an elderly widow woman, Betsy. Had I been on a bicycle, I could have made the trip in less than ten-minutes, but I was on foot and Willy was with me. I’d be doing good to make it in twenty-minutes; thirty would be more like it. It wasn’t hard to... Sign in to see full entry.

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