November 2018

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    Burning zombie trap

    Good day! I was planning on writing this yesterday, but you know life.. Okay my idea for a burning zombie death trap pit! This is an idea I have that can be implemented during any stage of the apocalypse. Adjustments might have to be made depending on the type of zombie you encounter. The idea […] More

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    50 Rules to Surviving the Apocalypse by Joanna Prototype

    1. Nowhere is safe. 2. Guns are great, but bludgeons last longer. 3. Zombies can hear, smell, and see as well as the living. Keep that in mind. 4. A decapitated head can still bite you. 5. Waiting for loved ones to reanimate before finishing them only makes it harder and more dangerous. And it’s […] More

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    Live Together Die Alone | Zombie short film

    Here it is you guys. finally finished the zombie film. Hope you guys enjoy this film. Three survivors making there way to a believed safe zone when they learn that it was just another place infected with the dead. Fighting to survive with each other against the dead and limited supplies. Live Together Die Alone […] More

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    The Cure – Zombie Short Film

    We are born into a legacy of death. There is only one cure. Zombies and church? They don’t seem very compatible at first. But in this 2014 short film by The Light Films, we learn about what it means to be spiritually dead, and why we all need The Cure. We were dead because of […] More

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    Decay (2012) – The LHC Zombie Movie [full film]

    Decay is a 75 minute zombie film, shot and set at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN, by physics PhD students. Download: (CC-BY-NC) Soundtrack now available free! Trapped underground at the world’s largest particle accelerator, a group of students make a deadly discovery. Twitter: @Decay Film Facebook: English subtitles: or […] More

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    Silencers: Not That Silent

    Growing up in Ireland and New York, where there are some of the most restrictive gun ownership laws in all of Europe and the United States respectively, put me very much behind the eight-ball when it comes to firearms. I’ve spent the last few years playing catch-up. I own a few guns, know enough to […] More

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    Going back to nature, by Nurse9ball

    As a nurse and prepper, I can tell you the best thing you could ever do for yourself and your family unit is to get back to nature. No, I don’t mean grab a bongo and start sporting tie-dye shirts. Think of your health and well-being as the tool you will need to survive. Weapons […] More