Beach of the Dead
bloody fingerprints everywhere
How did you spend your weekend? Here at Squeamish we spent it with throngs of the undead. No, that’s not a description of hitting the shops on busy afternoon – the fifth annual Brighton zombie walk, Beach of the Dead, took place on Saturday. It’s grown from a 50-person shuffle to a daytime event where around 4,000 zombies stumbled and groaned their way through the town. It’s grown so big that the police asked the organisers to move it forward from the always-busy Halloween weekend. So if you don’t have a costume ready yet, maybe you’ll find some inspiration in these photos. Guard your brains, we’re going in…
What’s more terrifying than zombies? Clowns. Ok, scratch that, clowns are more terrifying than pretty much anything else. It’s almost a relief to know that these ones just want to eat our brains rather than making balloon animals or flinging buckets of goo around. That’s what I hope anyway…
If you’re going to drive through a throng of the undead you should probably learn from this man’s mistakes: don’t try to escape in a convertible and don’t, whatever you do, start blasting out ‘Thriller’ as you drive through. It turns zombies wild. More wild. Those bloodstains are going to be a bitch to get off.
Don't hold this lady's hand when crossing the road
See, this is what that gentleman needed. It takes a professional to safely heard decaying corpses around town, and who better for the job than one of their own? Remember to look both ways before crossing…
"No brains too small"
Seems there’s something of a fashion for zombie professionals. Who says a bit of decomposition should get in the way of putting those bookshelves up? On the other hand, I wouldn’t let her come any closer with that drill if you value your head.
Hole in head
Even out on the green it turns out you’re not safe from a zombie attack. One minute you’re lining up the perfect shot, the next you’re fighting an urge to kill your companions and pulling golf balls out of your head. Hey, we’ve all been there.
Why does her face unzip? Has someone been experimenting on human corpses that then reanimated? Or is it just the latest painful fashion trend? Is she really a zombie? With makeup this good, who cares?
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