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Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg (DOC OF THE DEAD; ZOMBIEMANIA; Zombies in Popular Media, University of Baltimore), world renowned zombie scholar and author, talks about zombies in all their guises! Board up the windows and doors, make sure you have plenty of ammo and canned goods, and join Arnold and Natalie B. Litofsky every week for living dead laughs and creepy corpse-ridden commentary!

Doctor of the Dead G2V Productions

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 103 Ratings

Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg (DOC OF THE DEAD; ZOMBIEMANIA; Zombies in Popular Media, University of Baltimore), world renowned zombie scholar and author, talks about zombies in all their guises! Board up the windows and doors, make sure you have plenty of ammo and canned goods, and join Arnold and Natalie B. Litofsky every week for living dead laughs and creepy corpse-ridden commentary!

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
103 Ratings

103 Ratings

asapountzis ,

A Must for Horror and Zombie fans!

The Doctor knows his stuff and gets very analytical about the horror and zombie genre. Even when I might not agree with him, he makes his points very well and has even swayed me a few times. Go Doc!

Wolvenwood ,

Hooked!

I really like the way this podcast mixes cinema scholarship and zombie fun. Well done and keep up the great work!

Wickedpinto ,

Don't give up

I think that giving up on The Walking Dead while totaly understandable, is incorrect.

The terror of the opening episode was, unfortunately necessary, and I don't think it was meant to be numbing, other than in the moment, a moment we knew was coming anyway.

The following 2 episodes were fantastic. A stark contrast to the opener, but I would have to say, While the death was gruesome, it did serve a purpose, though maybe gratuitously. Negan had to be the most horrible thing there is, and they pulled that off by doing what the source comics did. Something they couldn't just throw away, it was a necessity in terms of staying true to the source material, where I too stopped reading the comics; however, it set a stage for the remainder of the season of the struggles that are coming, while also doing something else that was necessary.

Negan didn't just do it because he's a crazy man, he is, he did it to get the upper hand, to damage the psyche of his opponents, and lets not forget, the survivors murdered in "cold blood" how many people at the compound based only only scarce interaction with The Saviours and based on the words of someone who effectively acted to loot material from the survivors?

I think it was too much, but after the following 2 episodes, I'm looking forward to this week, I think it is forgiveable, for no reason other than they had to send a sop to the fans of the comic.

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