Ian McClellan

Ian McClellan

  • Movie Review: The Horde (2009)

    I finally got around to watching The Horde this weekend. Actually, since I find dubbed movies to be annoying, I watched La Horde and read the subtitles. If you’re looking for a deep zombie film that makes you think, this isn’t the one. If you’re looking for some non-stop action and carnage, you should definitely […]

  • Season Five Second Half Spoilers

    I can’t say how I came by the following information, because it would destroy the career of a good man who has a family to support. This article contains major plot twists for the upcoming second half of the fifth season of The Walking Dead. If you’re the type of person who gets upset about […]

  • Interview with Paul Loh

    In the coming weeks we will be posting a series of interviews with some amazing authors who have written zombie books. The entire collection of interviews, titled You Are Entitled To My Opinion- Volume 3 is available through Amazon as a paperback or for Kindle All of theses interviews originally appeared in the blog You Are Entitled To My Opinion which is run […]

  • Movie Review: Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things

    This is my first article as an official writer for Zombie Guide Magazine. Before I start the article, I just want to take a minute to thank Frank for giving me this opportunity, and Jillian, who I know had a lot to do with the decision. I am honored to now call them, along with […]

  • Destroying the Brain(stem)

    I want to preface this article by saying that I’m going to be talking about some medical stuff, but I am not a doctor. I never finished my residency. Also, I never started my residency or went to medical school. Or college. This was just a topic that I got to thinking about when I […]

  • Movie Review: State of Emergency

    Synopsis: Chaos consumes a small town when a chemical facility explodes releasing a deadly toxin. Moments after the leak, the town’s residents show signs of mutation, causing the military to quarantine the area leaving any survivors helpless and trapped inside. The story follows Jim, a young man isolated within the red zone, as he eludes […]

  • Zombies, Rodney King, and Muscle Decay

    A few days after Rodney king drowned to death, I was talking about his case with a friend of mine who is a former NYPD officer. While I am quick to defend the police when they are using justifiable force, as I believed they were at first, I made the argument that the beating quickly […]

  • The Book on Killing Zombies

    I wrote an article back in November titled Destroying the Brain(stem) that examined the possibility that killing a zombie may not be as easy as we all think. I started the article with a little disclaimer, stating that I wasn’t a doctor or any other sort of medical professional. I’m just some guy who likes […]