ZombieGrrlz.com (Zom­bie Grrlz Hor­ror Podcast)
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About Us
The Zom­bie Grrlz Hor­ror Pod­cast is for fear­less, fierce, hor­ror lovin’ ladies (and guys) who just want to geek out about our favorite genre. Our mis­sion is to change the per­cep­tion that hor­ror fan­dom is just for the fel­las, as well as high­light the many con­tri­bu­tions of women in hor­ror, in front of and behind the camera.

On our bi-week­ly hor­ror pod­cast, the ZG crew fea­tures reviews—and occa­sion­al­ly some news—about hor­ror in movies, TV, games, and books, and for our fel­low instant grat­i­fi­ca­tion lovers each episode ends with a hor­ror movie stream­ing pick.

So, whether your a hor­ror girl or fan­boy, we’re hap­py you found us and hope you love the show! Stay spooky, my friends.

The Zom­bie Grrlz Crew

Bio: Yes, I do believe the zom­bie apoc­a­lypse is nigh – don’t believe me? That’s fine, I just hope you don’t mind being zom­bie chow. When I’m not prepar­ing for the undead end of days, or watching/thinking/talking/writing about hor­ror movies I am herd­ing cats and mak­ing fan­cy things.

Movies: Dawn of the Dead, Aliens, The Thing, Dead Birds, The Descent, 28 Days Lat­er, Dance of the Dead, The Ring, Ses­sion 9, Return of the Liv­ing Dead, Dead Alive, Trick r Treat, The Night­mare Before Christ­mas, Army of Dark­ness, They Live, Jennifer’s Body, Blood Din­er and Out­post Doom bitches!

Books: IT, Diary, Cold Heart Canyon, Anan­si Boys, The Tal­is­man, The Strain, Death Troop­ers, Odd Thomas, The Damna­tion Game, Rel­ic, World War Z, The Ruins and The Thief of Always.

Games: Fall­out 3, Bioshock, Left 4 Dead 2, Res­i­dent Evil 4, Bay­o­net­ta, Fable 2, The Dark­ness and Grimm Fandango.

Zom­bie Apoc­a­lypse sur­vival­ist tip: Keep some­one expend­able with you at all times. Why? Two words: Zom­bie shield.

Con­tact Zom­bie Grrl and fol­low her on twit­ter @RachiePants
Bio: Of course I believe in zom­bies, vam­pires, were­wolves, she-demons, etc., but what sane per­son doesn’t? I became an avid hor­ror fan and believ­er in all things spook-tac­u­lar the day my dad showed me “The Pit and the Pen­du­lum” and “Psy­cho” when I was five years old. After that I was hooked and spent the next 20 years watch­ing any­thing scary, creepy or at least full of blood and gore. Although my nights are spent slay­ing vam­pires, and keep­ing an eye out for that zom­bie aplo­ca­lypse Rachel is always warn­ing me about, I spend my days as the web devel­op­er for a local non-prof­it newspaper.

Movies: Psy­cho, The Shin­ing, Night of the Liv­ing Dead (the orig­i­nal), 28 Days Lat­er, Rosemary’s Baby, Evil Dead, Ju-on, The Orphan­age, the first Fri­day the 13th, all of the old Uni­ver­sal hor­ror movies like Franken­stein, The Invis­i­ble Man, and the Wolf Man, oh, and of course, Killer Clowns from Out­er Space and Blood Din­er to name a few.

Books: Any­thing writ­ten by H.P. Love­craft (espe­cial­ly “Rats in The Walls” and “The Call of Cthul­hu”), Tales From The Crypt and Vault of Hor­ror comics, and The Pit and The Pendulum.

Zom­bie Apoc­a­lypse sur­vival­ist tip: Don’t be a wuss, aim for the head. Either shoot it off their shoul­ders or chop it off because a Zom­bie with a bul­let in its heart will keep on chomping.

Bio: I am not afraid of a zom­bie out­break, it’s humans that scare me. Dis­as­ters tend to show peo­ples true col­ors and most of the time they aren’t pret­ty. I became a hor­ror fan at a very ear­ly age when my sis­ter and cousins decid­ed that The Thing, Pol­ter­geist, The Howl­ing and Sil­ver Bul­let were qual­i­ty Christ­mas enter­tain­ment. I am cur­rent­ly work­ing towards a degree to teach Eng­lish Lit to your chil­dren. My hob­bies include fol­low­ing my der­by girl to bouts (yep, I’m an out and proud der­by wid­ow), cook­ing, track­ing down music by bands only my sis­ter and I remem­ber, dri­ving aim­less­ly with my iTouch rid­ing shot­gun, avoid­ing Star­bucks, drink­ing beer and drink­ing more cof­fee than should be allowed by law.

Movies: The Return of the Liv­ing Dead, TROTLD 3, John Carpenter’s The Thing, Night­mare on Elm Street 3, Fri­day the 13th part 2, My Bloody Valen­tine (The orig­i­nal), An Amer­i­can Were­wolf in Lon­don, Texas Chain­saw Mas­sacre 2, Class of 1984, Ter­ror Firmer, Poul­trygeist, Jaws, Glit­ter (that movie is hor­ri­fy­ing), Trick r Treat and Pariah.

Books: World War Z, Heart-Shaped Box, Hel­ter Skel­ter, A Clock­work Orange, Titus Andron­i­cus and The Com­plete His­to­ry of The Return of the Liv­ing Dead

Video Games: My PS3 was bro­ken for over a year, but any of the THPS, THUG or GTA series, Res­i­dent Evil, Dia­blo II.

Zom­bie Apoc­a­lypse sur­vival­ist tip: keep com­fort­able run­ning shoes with you at all times, because let’s face it, while those steel toed work boots are great from stomp­ing and kick­ing, the aren’t very qui­et or comfortable.

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