This would be a great article, even if I wasn’t quoted in it. You can read the original post, the most recent in a series of posts about post apocalyptic literature and audiobooks, on The Guilded Earlobe.
A few weeks ago, I was inspired by this post on the Post Apocalyptic Movie Mania blog to move Glen and Randa a little higher up on my Netflix queue. It took a few weeks for me to get to it, but it finally arrived, and I watched it tonight.
After the disappointment of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (I really enjoyed all his other stuff), I wanted to read something that I knew I’d enjoy. So I dusted off an old favorite (at least metaphorically, it was an ebook) and fired up Stephen King’s The Long Walk.
Late one night on a rural road in the western US, a policeman sets up a roadblock and begins stopping all traffic. When several cars and a big truck have stopped, he and the others learn the reason for this roadblock…
If you’re a fan of this blog, chances are decent that you’re also a fan of Stephen King’s The Stand. But if for some reason you haven’t ever read it, here’s a guest post by Lazarus of Lazarus’ Lair doing his part to explain why you should.
So apparently someone was nice enough to let their good friend, The Internet, borrow their full DVD quality rip of Zombieland, and then The Internet passed it on to me. And I’m glad they did, because it’s a great flick.