The Only Streaming Horror Movie Guide You Need for Halloween – Zombies in My Blog

Are you a Halloween fanatic? Too many platforms and not enough time got you stressed? My goodness, you have to read five articles just to figure out what is coming to Netflix. Let’s not get started with Amazon Prime, and what about YouTube? What’s a poor ghoul to do? It’s OK, I have you covered! I have focused on what is new to each platform for October and will let you know what I thought of the series or film. In general, yes, I have watched the vast majority of what is currently available, so that I could give an Continue Reading

Tales As Old As Time – Zombies in My Blog

Forget princesses and happy endings, I can spend hours on r/nosleep reading about the most horrifying experiences and down-right chilling tales. Every culture around the world has these sorts of tales or folklore. Many of them are terrifying and some are just silly. I’m here to tell you about a terrifying story from my family’s past. My grandmother and her children fled Southeast Asia after the Vietnam War in the late ’70s. They escaped in the middle of the night with nothing but the clothes on their back and whatever they could carry. My mom was the fourth born in a Continue Reading

Movies in the Spirit of Halloween – Zombies in My Blog

There are friends I know who wait all year to watch Halloween movies the same way some people wait to watch Christmas movies. I’m not just talking about scary movies — although Scary Movie does take place at Halloween. I’m talking about movies that embrace the spirit of the season and make you really feel like it’s October. Judging by all the memes and what I’ve been asking my Facebook friends, it seems that Hocus Pocus is one of the films at the top of that list. Although very much a product of the ’90s in the way that the teenage Continue Reading

The Phantom of the Opera Terrorizes TPAC – Zombies in My Blog

Per MattJust in time for the haunting season, a new version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic appears at TPAC for a two-week engagement. The Phantom of the Opera is there… Cameron Mackintosh brings this new production of the Broadway classic to downtown Nashville, showing now through Nov. 4 in the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s Andrew Jackson Hall as a part of a national tour. With new staging, new costumes and an all-new chandelier, this version of Phantom would make Andrew Lloyd Webber proud. Speaking of Webber, he noted, “Having received great critical acclaim in the U.K. and North America, I am really Continue Reading

The Walking Dead is Done!

The Walking Dead is done for the season , but you can still get your “Zombie Fix” We still have a few spots in each of the upcoming classes. Day Classes: Weekend Class (very limited space) We met the some of the cast from season one a few years back – Andrea, Glen and Shane.  All dead now..they should have come to one of our camps. Video here Source link

LiveHappy.com – 20 Best Sleep-Away Camps for Grown-Ups

First it seemed like a fad; now it’s a full-fledged phenomenon. Grown-ups are heading back to camp in droves. Perhaps we miss the camaraderie and fun we found there as kids—or maybe we want to experience that peaceful sense of singing by the fireside and canoeing in a mountain lake for the first time. Many of these adult sleep-away camps evoke traditional summer camp themes: You sleep in a cabin, have campfires and s’mores, eat in a mess hall, do classic camp activities such as tie-dye and arts-and-crafts. Some are like wellness retreats in the wilderness, with a full range Continue Reading

Billionaires are buying land for the apocalypse

From MSN: Billionaires are stockpiling land that could be used in the apocalypse — here’s where they’re going Reid Hoffman, the co-founder of LinkedIn and a notable investor, told The New Yorker earlier this year he estimates more than 50% of Silicon Valley billionaires have bought some level of “apocalypse insurance,” like an underground bunker. A rising number of American billionaires are channeling their inner Bear Grylls, and some are doing it in preparation for an apocalyptic event — be it viral epidemic, nuclear war, or cataclysmic pole shift. READ MORE Source link