The Zed Word is proud to be nominated Best Zombie Website for the second year in a row. Please cast your ballot for The Zed Word. Voting is open until MARCH 16, 2012
Created by Mail Order Zombie, The Dead Letter Awards is the Oscar's of zombie media, recognizing the best in zombie entertainment from around the world.
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4TH ANNUAL DEAD LETTER AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED AT MAIL ORDER ZOMBIE
Mail Order Zombie announced the nominees of the 4th Annual Mail Order Zombie Dead Letter Awards on March 5, 2012. Since 2009, the Dead Letter Awards have honored the previous year's best in zombie movies and media, and this year's list of nominees reflects the best and breadth of 2011 zombie movie entertainment from around the world. Nominated movies like George: A Zombie Intervention, A Cadaver Christmas and DeadHeads join films like Helldriver, Zombie Farm and Attack of the Moon Zombies in categories like Best Score, Best Special Make-Up Effects, Best Screenplay, Best Bromance, Best Zombie and Best Zombie Movie (Feature-Length). This year is also the first year the Dead Letter Awards honor short zombie movies in their own category - Best Zombie Movie (Short). In addition to film, the Dead Letter Awards also honors books, videogames, comics and zombie-centric websites and audiodrama. The complete ballot can be found at http://tinyurl.com/mozdla2011 or at http://www.mailorderzombie.com
The ballot for the 4th Annual Dead Letter Awards is open until March, 16, 2012; the winners will be announced in Mail Order Zombie #177 on March 22, 2012.
About Mail Order Zombie
Mail Order Zombie is the award-winning zombie movie podcast produced and co-hosted by writer Derek M. Koch, aka Brother D. Since 2008, Mail Order Zombie, or MOZ, has reviewed over 300 zombie movies, as well as zombie books, comics, videogames and even a zombie opera. Based in the Pacific Northwest, Mail Order Zombie counts listeners and contributors around the world, and is a member of the Palavr Family of podcasting.