Out Now with Aaron & Abe: Bonus Zombie Episode Blow Out
Greetings to the living and undead, boys and girls, burger lovers and brain eaters, this special episode of Out Now with Aaron and Abe is another crossover episode with The Walking Dead TV Podcast (technically making it the 50th Episode of WDTV Podcast) and Aaron and Abe are delighted to be putting on a show for fans of both sets of listeners. This special episode ties into all things zombie film related, meaning that everything discussed relates to one of the most popular sub-horror genres, the zombie movie. Joining Aaron and Abe in this discussion are guests Alan Aguilera (Of frequent Out Now guest status) and Jordan from Jersey (One of the hosts of WDTV Podcast and the LOD Podcast). The gang takes a chronological approach to all of the most notable zombie films (and some that have flown under the radar or are avoidable) and much hope rests on how much everyone can tolerate them. So keep a cricket bat close and enjoy.
So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…
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- If you haven’t done so already, catch our Night of the Living Dead Commentary
- 5 Reasons You Secretly Want a Zombie Apocalypse
- And for the hell of it, I found a random George A. Romero Tribute Video