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Days of the Living Dead, the reality web series that takes you behind-the-scenes at one of Chicago’s biggest haunted houses, has entertained you for 5 seasons with the exploits of Zombie Army Productions as, each year, they plan, build and execute one of the scariest, most intense haunted houses in Chicago.
For the last couple of years, Zombie Army Productions and Yokai Films have brought you the show on a shoestring budget, and folks, we’re running out of shoestrings!
This Kickstarter campaign is, simply put, to keep the show going – the show is free to watch, but not to make. We want to bring you the biggest, best season of Days of the Living Dead yet! Your donations will go directly to help cover the costs involved in creating the show, including equipment, filming, production and post-production, etc.
If you want to see more episodes, more do-it-yourself videos, more coverage, just plain MORE Days of the Living Dead, please donate whatever you can – every little bit helps (and is greatly appreciated)! Can’t donate? We understand! Share this with your haunted house-loving friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
So please, help us keep Days of the Living Dead on the air, and remember: Every time you share this campaign, a scare-actor gets a scream…
Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/262577804/days-of-the-living-dead
Zombie Army head honcho John LaFlamboy walks you through the process of recording the various horrific character voices that makes Statesville Haunted Prison so scary and Zombie Containment so scary/funny in this Do It Yourself video! Subscribe for additional upcoming DIY’s and episodes of Days of the Living Dead! http://bit.ly/1nb9ft8
It’s closing night at Statesville Haunted Prison and the Zombie Army reflects on this year’s trials, tribulations and triumphs. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nb9ft8
Help Kickstart Days of the Living Dead HERE!
In addition to Statesville Haunted Prison, Zombie Army Productions has, for many years, run The Fear Haunted House at Chicago’s famed Navy Pier. This year, after a trial run at Riot Fest, Container 9 evolved into Zombie Containment, a haunted house played for laughs as much as scares. This episode sees part of the Zombie Army crew bringing the haunt to life (undeath?) opening weekend.
This is also a bittersweet episode: On Halloween night, the barge on which Zombie Containment was built sank into Lake Michigan during an unusually intense storm. While the entire haunted house is now on the bottom of the lake, thankfully not one single person was hurt. As John has stated: “We will recover, we will rebuild, we will be back.” Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1nb9ft8
A zombie makeover takes more than just some dark circles under the eyes. The Zombie Army’s Bonnie “Bob Ross” Bones shows you how to make Happy Little Veins in this Do It Yourself video! Subscribe for additional upcoming DIY’s and episodes of Days of the Living Dead! http://bit.ly/1nb9ft8.