After what we believe to be FOUR LONG YEARS (we could be wrong and Absolute Zombie has just scarred us so), we’re back with a new audio commentary! We sit down and welcome you to watch Planet Terror with us. Please let us know if you end up enjoying this audio commentary, as we had a great time putting it together and would like to do more in the near future. Well, nearer than four years, we promise!
We conclude our viewing of the Return of the Living Dead franchise with Necropolis… But before that fun, we go over the zombie news! Fear The Walking Dead is scheduled to return on April 11th, and The Walking Dead’s Season 10C will get an early run on AMC+ by about a week. We may have been given a hint at when we can expect Army of the Dead to premiere on Netflix. Finally, sad news from the voice actor community, Jeanette Maus, a voice actor from Resident Evil Village has passed away at the age of 39.
Are you ready to Rave to the Grave? Because we are! But before that, we welcome our special guest Brent, who donated to our Extra Life campaign to suggest three films and join us on the show. We all break down a pretty zombie news heavy few weeks, kicking things off with everything announced at the RE Showcase, The Last of Us HBO series has a new director, SyFy’s Day of the Dead series will connect to the original classic, and AMC has a whole year of The Walking Dead scheduled (plus a TWD S10C trailer). Brent has a zombie board game to recommend with Zombicide: Night of the Living Dead. We close out the show with a discussion centred around Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave. Tuck in folks, this is our biggest episode in some time!
ZAMP has returned for 2021, and after we catch up on the zombie news, we welcome back a much requested feature to the podcast: CLIPS! Our first Extra Life donor sponsored film discussion is #Alive on Netflix. In the news, we discussed Day of the Dead actor Gary Klar passing away and the Resident Evil movie reboot getting a release date.
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