Thursday, 24 September 2015

Festival of Zombie Culture - 2015

Saturday 14th November 2015
9 years of Infection in the Midlands!
Zombie Ed is at it again!
Zombie Ed is at it again! Saturday 14th November 2015 will be the 9th Annual Festival of Zombie Culture, a full day of zombie movies, games, guests and entertainment. Terror 4 Fun are putting on the same mix of classic, new, contemporary and foreign zombie feature films. They will also have the hugely popular Arcade of the Dead, whewre you can try your hands at some of the Ultimate Zombie games of All Time! Tonnes of consoles, controllers, and including the ever popular key board for ‘Typing of the Dead…'

The Best Dressed Zombie Competition is again on the cards with a spectacular prize for the best zombie in attendance...

Gavin Gore will be leading their Team of Make Up Artists, turning you into a rotting flesh muncher, so if you need making up then dress as a zommer and get your make up done once you arrive…

As usual, a number prolific Zombie Authors will be coming down to meet, greet & sign zombie books for everyone coming... There will also be Goodie Bags for the first people through the door, spot prizes, giveaways, book signings, horror traders, themed food and drink and loads to do through-out the entire event…


A total of 6 features are beig shown, with detaiuls being announced closer to the time... stay tuned...


Zombie Shop - Zombie Gifts, Gaming and Entertainment
Duncan Bradshaw - Part Time Author, Full Time Loon
Horrify Me - Profesional Horror Portraits

For more details on people you can mingle with, interrogate and buy drinks for....Keep checking back...

 Activities include...
  • 13 hours of Zombie Films including a UK Premiere
  • Guest stars To be Announced
  • The Arcade of the Dead – Retro Zombie Games to die for
  • Best dressed Zombie Award – Come Dressed to Impress
  • Zombie Killing Challenge – Kill the Undead on a Cinema Screen
  • Make Up Artists – Make you look like your favourite cadaver
  • Zombie Authors – Signing books and talking about zombies
  • Goodie Bags – 1 st 200 people through the door get lucky !!!
  • Horror Traders – Get your late Halloween or Early Xmas presents
  • Spot Prizes, giveaways, themed food & drink
  • All of this for ONLY £25 for a full day pass...
FULL DAY PASSES will be available soon...

DOWNLOAD: Directions to the Event

For more details visit:
Terror for FunWebsite:
Facebook Group: Terror4fun: UK Zombie Events
Twitter: @ZombieEdUK
Email Zombie Ed at:

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Duncan Bradshaw - Part Time Author, Full Time Loon

Duncan Bradshaw is a zombie aficionado who lives in the epic, that's right, EPIC county of Wiltshire in Southern England, with his wife Debbie and their two cats, Rafa and Pepe.

Duncan, or Dunk as he often prefers to be called, is obsessed with zombies. He remembers watching Dawn of the Dead as a kid, and being utterly spellbound with it, zombies hooked him from that moment on. He's also fond of GTA and biscuits, and wiles away his free time writing, playing video games, drinking Guinness and hitting people on the head with a stick. He also smokes manly pipes.

Duncan Bradshaw, mid-research, with manly pipe.
His Debut novel Class Three follows Jim Taylor during the first 24 hours of Day One.

"Hungover, dumped and late for work. On an ordinary day, one of these would be a bad morning, but today Jim Taylor also has to contend with the zombie apocalypse. Follow Jim during twenty four hours of Day One, as he and his zombie obsessed brother deal with the undead, a doomsday cult and maniacs in their quest to get to their parents, win his girlfriend back and for them to instigate 'The Plan'. Worlds will collide and fall apart in a Class Three outbreak."
Duncan Bradshaw's debut novel, Class Three
The follow up novel Class Four: Those Who Survive focuses on a group of survivors and what it takes to stay alive in a world overrun with the undead.

"The dead rule the world. In the months after a deadly virus has swept across the planet, an eight year old boy and his appointed protector live from day to day. After a chance encounter they head for sanctuary. To get there, they will have to run the gauntlet of the inhabitants of this new world. Ruled over by The Gaffer, a group of survivors holed up in a derelict factory struggle to maintain order and stability. Inside, those affected the most share their stories, hoping to come to terms with what has happened and what they've lost. However, a clandestine operative in their midst lays the groundwork for an assault, the likes of which none of them have ever seen or could hope to prepare for. These are the stories of those who survive."
Duncan Bradshaw. Class Four: Those Who Survive.
In Dunk's own words, 'Stay classy, and totally not zombiefied!'

Find out more at:

Duncan Bradshaw's official website

Duncan Brashaw on Facebook

Pick up your copy of Class Three and Class Four: Those Who Survive now via Amazon.

It's the Zombie Apocalypse, Let's Play

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Zombie-Opoly - The Game that Ruined Fun, with Zombies!?

Everything is better with Zombies! Isn't It? Or is it?

When we first saw Star Wars Monopoly back in the day we were very excited. At last, the opportunity to play a simple game with the family with a nerdy theme that we could actually relate to.

Late For The Sky have taken your standard Monopoly concept, injected the T-Virus, bitten it on the arm and kept it in a cage. Zombie-Opoly is Monopoly, just Zombiefied!

The theme and artwork is great, instead of buying property, you buy zombies, the playing pieces are a a nice touch and include: a shovel, a severed ear, a femur, a lethal weapon a zombie boy and a human remnant! Zombie-Opoly is the same classic game, with a zombie twist.
Zombie-Opoly - The game that ruined fun, with Zombies?
If you're a fan of zombies but don't really classify yourself as a gamer and don't have gamer friends or if you are buying for somone who loves zombies and isn't a gamer Zombie-Opoly is a fantastic gift. It's simple, you probably already know the rules, it's not too serious and you'll probably have plenty of fun.

If you're actually a gamer you'll probably believe that Monopoly is the game that sucked fun out of gaming and is best avoided, unless there really is nothing else to do... at all. In which case, you should be checking out Last Night on Earth, or Zombicide!