Don’t feel like your skills are up to snuff, but still interested? A zombie school is offered prior to the casting.
Every five minutes, a buzzer sounds, and the zombie is given another foot of chain, allowing the undead creature to scamper closer to its next meal.
Can’t get enough of zombies, or wish they’d die – again – already?
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Students at Southfield’s Regional Academic Campus produced an award-winning “Zombie Attack” video to help kids stay in school.
It’s called “From Revelation to `The Walking Dead.”‘
Organizers say it will “Combine the best amenities of a stellar New Years Eve Party with the pulse-pounding excitement of a Halloween-like masquerade.”
They grace the covers of magazines. They star in a hit television series. And, they are featured in a popular new game on campus. Although from the world of the undead, zombies have certainly been enjoying their new star status. Now, there’s another venue to celebrate them — “Undead U: A Zombie Symposium,” set for 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 1, on the campus of Michigan Technological University.
Their sound is not like anything you’ve heard before – especially not here in Detroit. They blend together, in perfect harmony…a mash-up of ‘70s rock and ‘60s pop, maybe a bit of a psychedelic flair, with goofy lyrics and captivating guitar melodies. Imagine if you took the gritty-bluesy rock from The Black Keys, blended in the resonance of the album Disraeli Gears by Cream (make sure you give “Sympathetic Strings” a listen), and then topped it with a poppy beat similar to The Zombies. To be fair, that only paints a small picture of who The Oscillating Fan Club are – one of Metro Detroit’s most promising up-and-coming bands.
Halloween is right around the corner! Have you thought of your costume yet? We list the top costumes of 2013 that are sure to be hit.