Why would I make snarky comments about a mosquito-borne virus that's sneaking into Florida from the Caribbean and freaking out health officials like it's the Bubonic plague?
Parents are feeling ill at ease and restless. It's coming. The end is nigh. For some, it's already here. It's spreading across the nation. Soon, we'll all be swarmed and overrun by hungry hordes of (sanity) killers.
What might be underneath the recent public fascination with a zombie apocalypse? To some extent, the recurring rise of the zombie reflects our fear of the shadow side of unreflective technological progress.
An engagement ring from Johnny Depp is getting the model-actress all kinds of attention.
Right now it seems that the attitudes, fear and paranoia of the Cold War are back -- in Florida. This time, however, the weapon in question is not the atom bomb but the more personal conflict over handguns.
We weren't fooled. Not for a minute. I'm sure even fans who have not read the graphic novel of The Walking Dead had to have known something wasn't rig...
I've been watching this past season of The Walking Dead with dread as a writer and a viewer. I've been hoping it wasn't headed where it was going. Unfortunately it was, and I can't be the only person who thought the finale was too heavily foreshadowed.
With The Walking Dead wrapping up its season, the zombie apocalypse is on everyone's mind. We know how Rick and the gang are faring in Georgia, but how would survivors in other states cope?
Last Sunday's March 16, 2014, episode of The Walking Dead Season Four episode 14 titled "The Grove" also proves you can shoot an episode that's not a ...
Mad Men currently is a winner of 15 Emmy Awards, with three for writing. Breaking Bad is a winner of 10 Emmy Awards with six for acting. Both are praiseworthy, but The Walking Dead is equal parts high-caliber acting and high-caliber writing.
Like running with the dead, getting ahead in business is not complicated; just pick up the speed.
What does life in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse, battling zombie hordes, dealing with predatory human survivors, and trying to maintain one's humanity in a hostile world have in common with the struggle to prepare for and survive retirement? Actually, quite a bit.
I thought it was a fad, and it would die out. I was wrong. Zombies don't die, and neither does our fascination with them. All this leaves the unanswered question: why?
Not only how to survive Doomsday, but how to thrive afterward.
The show is seeping into our culture and our lives in unexpected ways -- which means that it may have turned you without your being fully aware. Here are some telltale signs.
The show tells the story of a small band of survivors after modern society has been destroyed by a zombie outbreak. What are the ways that living with a new child is similar to surviving the zombie apocalypse?