The Zombie Cause Cast. From L to R – Zombie Boy “ZB”, Silent Blade, Pappy 5X, Headshot and Doc Ruger.
This is the world’s first short film documentary series highlighting the must win battle against zombies. This “webisode” series has been released in conjunction with the interactive “The Zombie Cause Dictionary“. Please go to our Zombie Cause YouTube Channel to view all of the Zombie Cause webisodes.
Follow Doc Ruger at his home (The Zomberosa) as he raises his three sons, Headshot, Silent Blade and Zombie Boy (aka ZB and Zombie Bait) to be formidable zombie hunters. Armed with multiple zombie hunting weapons and sage advice from legendary zombie hunter Pappy 5X the zombie cause crew attempts to survive zombie attacks and each other.
This is not your typical fake reality show. We are dealing with real people and real zombies in a documentary style film format.
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All Headshot wanted for Christmas was an Uzi. I will say I had my reservations about getting him one. My biggest concern, as would be any parent, was he already shoots through too much ammo as it is. He says he’ll get a part time job at the mall controlling horde attacks (plus they replace any ammo he runs through at work) and he promises to pay back all the cases of ammo he has borrowed from family members over the last year with the extra income.
Photo of me trying out Headshot’s new Uzi on a small horde (about a dozen). The Uzi jammed up a lot so I was glad I had a winchester as a backup. Don’t think I’ll tell Headshot about the jamming problem, he needs to learn the hard way about always carrying backup.
Yes we have just released another short video on zombie handlers. Watch and learn.
A zombie “handler”.
Doc Lucky’s (Doc Ruger of the Zombie Cause) novel “The Immune” just picked up its 4th literary award the USA Best Book Awards in the Science Fiction division. The book has nothing to do with zombies, but it’s a fun read and we hope all Zombie Cause fans will check it out. www.TheImmune.com
Doc Lucky’s novel “The Immune” picks up another win.
Doc Ruger (Doc Lucky Meisenheimer) of The Zombie Cause had a fabulous time conquering zombies at the Zombie Stockade Party hosted by Moshi Moshi Productions! We thank everyone for a fabulous time!
Nicole and Christopher of ZombiCon also made an amazing impression on Doc Lucky and his VP of Marketing, Victoria Andrew, at the Zombie Stockade Party this past Saturday night! We look forward to working with them when Doc Lucky (aka Doc Ruger) makes a splash at ZombiCon 2012 in Fort Myers, Florida on October 19, 20, and 21.
** All pictures in this fabulous slideshow were taken by the ever so talented professional photographer, Jacquie Meisenheimer.
TONIGHT at 10pm, Doc Lucky Meisenheimer will appear as Doc Ruger, the world renowned zombologist and zombie hunter of The Zombie Cause at The Zombie Stockade Party at the Backstage Nightclub of the Rosen Plaza Hotel on 9700 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819!!!
Come dressed as a zombie and get your photo taken by a professional photographer with Doc Ruger, the zombie authority of the world!!!
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The Word of the Day from The Zombie Cause Dictionary by Doc Lucky Meisenheimer is:
Barbara idiom. A histrionic female who is non-functional in the presence of zombies; derived from the movie, Night of the Living Dead. Barbara was a catatonic woman who was totally worthless almost throughout the entire movie. It was a welcome relief to see the zombies finally get her.
Example: “The best thing to do with a Barbara is to dump her against the door. It helps barricade the door and she screams a nice alarm when the door starts to open.”
The Word of the Day from The Zombie Cause Dictionary is BEATING HEART ZOMBIES:
Beating Heart Zombies [bee-ting] [[hahrt] [zom-bees] noun. plural. Reanimation occurs after death with restoration of cardiac function in this particular type of zombie. All organ systems still function except for the cerebral cortex of the brain which may retain variable cognitive functions.
Amputation [am-pyoo-teyt-tion] noun. This was an early treatment for zombie bites on the extremities to prevent zombification. Until the onset of general anesthesia in the mid 1860s, two-thirds of the victims died from the procedure while about 40 percent died from zombification. Curiously, amputation remained as the recommended treatment (assuming the victim could prepay for the procedure).
Origin: 1630–40; < Latin amputātus pruned.