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Likes: Zombies, cupcakes and blood sports.
Dislikes: Pretty much every thing else.
Favorite zombie movies: The Beyond, Dawn of the Dead (original, please), Zombie
Favorite non-zombie movies: Cannibal Holocaust, Ghost World, and anything starring Sylvester Stallone
Other blog(s): Bake and Destroy
Leigh’s love of zombies started way back in ’85 when she would hide under a blanket every time a commercial ran for the movie The Return of the Living Dead. She’s had a deranged affinity for the undead ever since. Her favorite zombie-nerd moment was bugging Tom Savini with questions about his use of pig intestines in Dawn of the Dead when she met him at Dragon*Con one year.
When Leigh’s not boarding up her windows in preparation for the zombie apocalypse, she spends her time watching movies, baking vegan goodies, and running a vegan specialty store in Atlanta with her husband.
The first thing Justin did when he was old enough to drive was get a membership to the local Mom-N-Pop video store (remember those?) and rented every horror movie on the shelf, whether he’d ever heard of it or not. Of course, zombie movies always proved to be the most fun, and his love of the living dead has thrived ever since. He now spends most of his time arguing the finer points of zombiedom, such as fast zombie vs slow zombie (slow) and brain-eaters vs flesh-eaters (yep there’s a difference), and where he’d hole up in the event of the (inevitable) zombie apocalypse (the otherwise evil Wal-Mart. They have guns, food, beds and video games).
He also likes Star Wars, cupcakes, rock n’ roll, and explosions. He has a beard.
Jenn Voorhees (born Glenn Allen Anzalone on June 23, 1955) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, entrepreneur and a progenitor of the horror punk subgenre of music. She is the founder of bands the Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig. She also owns the Evilive record label and Verotik, an adult-oriented comic book publishing company.
Voorhees’ musical career, beginning in the mid-1960s, encompasses genres such as punk rock, heavy metal, industrial, blues, and classical. She has written songs for long-time idols Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison.
As a singer, she is noted for her vocal range and distinctive style, which has been compared to that of Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison and Howlin’ Wolf. As an author, she is known for her fascination with horror, gore, occult, erotic and religious themes.
She is also a chiropractor in Pennsylvania.