Residents of Lake Worth, Florida, received an alarming message during a power outage over the weekend: "Watch out for zombies!"
I believe that most of us are the walking dead. I was one of them. I was in a job that made me miserable, but I kept on at it, thinking that hard work would turn it all around. I'd done well at school, did well in my degree and then carried on to do a post-graduate diploma.
I have Spinal Muscular Atrophy, which weakens my limbs and leaves me highly dependent on others. I have my wheelchair and I do fine on sidewalks. But batteries die, stairs show up, and I do get hungry from time to time. Now, throw zombies into that mix!
What's with all these half-zombies on our TV screens? For example, The Returned, a television drama featuring a remote French
I inadvertently cut my finger while chopping vegetables and didn't notice it until I had accidentally bled into the veggie bolognese. Which was to be eaten by a vegan. What to do?
Amazon's first ever video game software has an incredible easter egg hidden within its terms & conditions which states that
God is “frowning” on a nativity scene in Cincinnati, Ohio, according to Christian protesters flustered at the contents of
It's only natural that we begin to consider monsters at this time of year: Halloween is upon us and vampires, witches and
The point is that the makers of The Walking Dead have to, eventually, do something very difficult - solve the zombie apocalypse without cliché, anti-climax or flippancy. But hey, relax, it's not like it's.... oh, right.
There's probably a point where a prank turns into something a bit too scary. The jokesters at PrankvsPrank went all out with