Netflix sure knows how to whet the appetite of its audience.
With fans in eager anticipation for the second season of the South Korean zombie period drama “Kingdom,” the popular streaming service decided to release an early first look at what is coming up next year.
Prolific horror icon James Wan will be producing the Hollywood remake of the South Korean zombie film “Train to Busan.”
The talented Malaysian Australian filmmaker, who helmed “Saw,” “The Conjuring” series, the “Insidious” series, “Furious 7,” and the upcoming “Aquaman” film, will be working with “IT” writer Gary Dauberman for the English language version of the hit movie.
Zombies have become such a huge part of pop culture spawning in video games, movies, and now they have their very own land on Saint John’s Island in Singapore.
Saint John’s Island is a small piece of land located to the south of Singapore. According to RojakDaily, local video game studio Void Deck Games is going to turn the island into a post-apocalyptic playground dubbed “Pulau Zombie”, which means “Zombie Island”.
Chinese Uber drivers have found a devious way to scam passengers out of their money without providing any service, simply by using zombie-like profile photos.
Local reports have dubbed the con as the “ghost driver” problem, with the drivers intending to scare passengers into prompting them to cancel their rides. This way, they get paid a small cancellation fee, earning them money with barely any effort at all, reported Quartz.