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The MFF Podcast #15: The George A. Romero Zombie Special

June 3, 2015

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Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

You can stream the pod at the Blog Talk Radio website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the podcast on Itunes.  If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!

We hope you enjoyed our previous episode on All things James Bond.

SUMMARY:  This week the MFF crew discusses George A. Romero’s zombie filmography, cultural impacts of progressive casting and social commentary, undead eating habits and a zombie origin involving blueberry pie and space yeast.  Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead are discussed in depth, followed by brief assessments of Romero’s subsequent zombie films.  As always, there will some be spoilers and loads of smarmy comments.  You have been warned.  😉

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We also answer such important questions as…

“Why can you contract zombiism from a bite, but not from having zombie blood splattered in his face?”
“Why don’t the Day of the Dead zombies of south Florida eat the alligators?”
“Did Day if the Dead make “Bub” too smart?”
“How could yeast from Venus or well-aged blueberry pie possibly be involved in the origin of zombiism?”
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Sit back, relax and learn about everything you missed.
If you haven’t seen some of these movies, be comforted that we will geekily inform you as to why you should watch them.

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You can stream the pod at the Blog Talk Radio website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the podcast on Itunes.
If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!

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