Pssssst. Hey, Scout. Tag! You're a zombie! Full story
Affable monsters and hordes of zombies converged at the North American box office over the weekend to create a perfect storm for moviegoing.Disney and Pixar's long-awaited sequel "Monsters University" opened to a sizzling $82 million, the No. 2 Pixar opening of all time after "Toy Story 3"($110 mill Full story
With “World War Z” opening in movie theaters, zombies are once again everywhere. NBC’s Keith Miller investigates our fascination with the undead with the help of author and director of the Zombie Research Society Matt Mogk.
Brad Pitt’s “World War Z” is only the latest in the walking dead’s pop culture takeover, from TV and movies to video games and apps. NBC’s Keith Miller takes a look at why we’re so fascinated with zombies.
In Brad Pitt's new movie, "World War Z," a soldier gives Pitt's character the lowdown on their undead opponent: Bullets to the body only slow them down, though head shots kill them. They sometimes ooze a kind of black tarry substance, and they love biting humans "like fat kids love Twix." And as fi Full story
Following the controversy over zombie targets resembling President Obama that were on display at the NRA convention erupts, Rev. Sharpton discusses the fringe groups in America who choose to vilify the president in new ways.
To make "The Walking Dead," each episode costs $2.8 million. Creator Robert Kirkman, offers insight on the zombie trend, and whether a movie is in the works.
Capcom and Valve announced that characters and zombies from each game will start appearing in each other's games. NBCNews.com's Todd Kenreck reports.
Rolling Stone’s Tim Dickinson joins Martin Bashir to explain how the NRA uses zombie “bodies” that ooze blood to help market assault weapons to kids (video of the bloodied zombie dummies included).
Residents in Montana were part of a disturbing prank on Monday when hackers broke into the Emergency Broadcast System on a local TV station and warned people of attacks from the undead. The network is investigating the hack.
Cosplayers husband and wife duo, John Randolph and Vylet Randolph, pose dressed as the Governor and a zombie respectively from "The Walking Dead" television and comic series during the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International in San Diego, California July 18, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Greaves (UNITED STATE
Actors role-playing zombies at the "Deadrising 3" game booth reach out to conventioneers during E3 in Los Angeles, California June 12, 2013. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)