Blog Profiles: Zombie Blogs
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In honor of the recent release of Resident Evil 2, I thought I would do my blog post about zombies (and zombie preparedness today).
Apparently, zombies have played such a key role in our culture that the CDC even has a zombie preparedness blog post used to raise public awareness of emergency preparedness.
To protect yourself, here’s a bunch of blogs that also educate on the pending apocalypse.
Want more spooky content? Check out our other roundups of horror blogs and scary movie blogs.
1. Zombies in My Blog
This is a geeky horror blog with a focus on Zombies. This blog is a little different from other blogs because it focuses on everything involved in pop culture (including the recent resurrection of Brooklyn 99). But there is a focus on recent releases of zombie-themed books, television shows, movies, and more.
Some posts to check out: Eli Roth’s Undead History of Horror, Silent Hill and Resident Evil’s Love Child: The Evil Within 2
Follow @ZombiesinmyBlog on Facebook.
2. The Zombie Lifestyle
The Zombie Lifestyle is run by a Canadian mom, who is just trying to make sure everyone stays safe in the event of the zombie apocalypse. Inspired by The Zombie Survival Guide, this blog provides tips on surviving the impending apocalypse (that actually look pretty handy for any other apocalypse-type, or generally annoying, situations).
Some posts I loved: How to stay warm in the cold zombie apocalypse, Escaping zombies on public transit buses
Follow @zomlifestyle on Twitter.
3. Zombie Research Society
This website is a collection of people educating about zombies and connecting them to the modern world (and science).
The Zombie Research Society is a membership only collective that employs experts to fight the inevitable apocalypse. It also contributes reviews of modern pop culture zombie media.
Some posts I liked: BBC The Why Factor – Zombie Research Society, Apocalypse Yum: Valley Food Storage: Part One
Follow @ZombieResearch on Twitter.
Sounds like this would have been interesting idea for a #zombie film – Audience members will be locked inside a coffin for an upcoming screening of the science fiction film "Aniara" – via @thr : https://t.co/LGuRHXlYOr pic.twitter.com/AZ7BBRmUVP
— Zombie Research Society (@ZombieResearch) January 23, 2019
4. Zombie Survival Group
I was hesitant to add this one, as it hasn’t updated as recently, but I thought the concept was interesting enough to include.
This is a zombie apocalypse boot camp that focuses on teaching survival techniques for the upcoming apocalypse. This site features articles that different campers have written, with a very different style for each writer, which I find to be pretty interesting.
Some posts I found interesting were: My Favourite Cinematic Zombie Survivor, BUTCHER’S BISTRO: Bulk Barn Soylent
Follow @zombiesurvivalcamp on Instagram.
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Savannah Tanbusch is a team lead and editor for PRWeb. She spends a lot of her free time thinking about dogs and playing video games. Follow her at @tanbusch.