I started watching a movie the other night titled “A Little Bit of Zombie.” So I decided to find out where the movie was shot, as it sure looked like Canada, lakes, trees and rocks. So I checked IMDb. The flick was filmed in the movie hotbed of the north, Sudbury, Ontario.
It was not your typical zombie movie, lots of funny stuff. But what caught my attention on the IMDb site was a list that showed Zombie Comedies. There are dozens of them. Below is a list of some of these movies with really cool titles that have a menagerie of Zombies.
Dead & Breakfast (2004)
Dance of the Dead (2008)
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)
Harold’s Going Stiff (2011)
Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)
Boy Eats Girl (2005)
Wasting Away (2007)
Fishermen from a village in Senegal are living in fear as attacks by ‘killer hippos’ have risen dramatically in recent years.
An astounding 25 people from the village of Gouloumbou have been mauled to death by the voracious creatures lurking in a nearby river tributary over the last decade.
Many others have been attacked by the hippos, sometimes on multiple occasions, but managed to survive albeit with gruesome injuries and truly terrifying tales.
The unsettling encounters have grown so frequent that many villagers have stopped fishing altogether for fear of falling victim to the hippos.
“They are evil monsters who attack us night and day,” lamented one Senegalese fisherman to the AFP, “because of them, we haven’t been fishing.”
The situation has had a devastating effect as fishing is one of the few sources of income for the impoverished village.
Their chief has pleaded with authorities to help them cope with the outbreak of angry hippos, but so far has only received the promise of a handful of motorized boats for the fishermen.
However the ostensibly safer fishing vessels may not be enough to quell the bloodthirsty hippos, which have been known to attack boats as well as villagers making use of the waters for drinking and cleaning.
According to the chief, the villagers once had an friendly relationship with the hippos that resided in the river, but clearly something has happened in recent years to disrupt that harmony.
Hopefully some kind of solution to the disruption can be found and the fishermen of Gouloumbou can go back to working on their river without concern for the monstrous creatures ‘fishing’ for them.
For many decades the apartment building at 44 Hargrave Street in Winnipeg stood; the last decade, as an abandoned husk. Only local legends and street gossip hinted at strange occurrences that may have happened behind the eerie brick facade. However, after it was no longer a place for “human” tenants, some say the old abandoned brick edifice became a haunt for other types of tenants. Besides scurrying rats, cockroaches and crazed derelict squatters, downtown residents have reported tales of stranger occupants in the macabre location. From ghostly faces, demonic entities, hair-raising screams and other paranormal monstrosities, the Demon Hotel was a place to avoid, only to be approached by the bravest and most audacious souls.
The above history and information courtesy of http://demonhotelofhargrave.blogspot.ca/
The firefighters are somehow oblivious to the torched demon.
A passerby got a snapshot last fall of what looks like a plant demon! As quick as it appeared, it melted back into the cursed ground that was The Demon Hotel.
The blue face (strangled?) of a damned soul for eternity!