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Throwback Thursday: ‘A Christmas Carol Of The Living Dead’ (2003)

There are a lot of “zombie mash-ups” out there these days.  For those that may be unfamiliar, “zombie mash-ups” are a trend that started years back when someone takes a classic or pre-existing archetype and inserts zombies into it.  Authors and filmmakers have “mashed” a wide variety of genres and characters with zombies.  Some of the genres we’ve seen zombies dropped in include Westerns, Sci-Fi, Romance, Anime, and even Porn (!); zombies have been inserted into superhero comic books and re-written stories about fairy tales, ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ ‘War of the Worlds,’ ‘Robin Hood,’ ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ and ‘Huckleberry Finn.’  Even The Beatles have received the “zombie mash” treatment. When an author mashes-up a story with zombies, though, it’s probably best to make sure that your “source material” hasn’t been used before, or else you’d better have a damn amazing take on the tale that would trump the predecessor mash-up.  For example, one version of “Zombeo & Juliet” might be stomach-able, but if another author were to try their hand at the exact same mash-up…you get the idea. I was intrigued to read “A Christmas Carol of the Living Dead,” Rebecca Brock’s zombified take on the great, classic tale […]

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