Hello everyone, it’s a new episode of Brain Food!
In it, I review Jesse Petterson’s In The Dead Volume 1, an anthology of short stories about zombie survivors so white you’d think someone dropped it in a bag of flour.
I used a different format this time, using stock imagery from Pixels and Unsplash, instead of just filming myself, and I hope everyone likes it.
Yes, I was heavily influenced by Jim Sterling’s videos.
So please enjoy, comment, like, and subscribe!
Hello everyone, and welcome to a new episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the sorta cutesy, creepy book of poetry, Zombie Girl & Other Grimm Poetry, by Erin Leigh Boshko.
She’s better known to most as the Jawless zombie from the first season of the walking dead.
Hello everyone and welcome to Brain Food, where I talk about a young adult novel called Dia of the Dead, written by Brit Brinson, and it’s about a young, teenager, Afro-latina actress as she faces off against the forces of the undead in Hollywood!
This was a wonderful novel and if you think so after watching my review, please buy it off of Amazon, as the kindle edition is 5 dollars, which makes it a wonderful deal!
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 32 of Brain Food, wherein I review Afterlife with Archie!
It’s a really cool, creepy story of the Archie cast having to deal with a zombie outbreak, and I highly recommend it.