Could Robots Use Zombies Against Humans?

My favorite “of the dead” Romero flick is DAY OF THE DEAD. In the film, mad scientist Dr. Logan or “Frankenstein” attempts to domesticate a zombie named Bub by letting him listen to Starlord’s Awesome Mixtape #1. This undead domestication leads to the zombie movie FIDO being made.

This zombie art is available on T-Shirts and other stuff.

ZOMBIE FACT: if you play music in the presence of a zombie it will cease moaning out for “BRAINS!!!!” …and instead proclaim, “Hot damn, that’s my jam.”

I love zombies that talk, but off-the-top of my head, I can only think of three movies with talking zombies: THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, NIGHT OF THE COMET, and that Vincent Price flick, THE LAST MAN ON EARTH. So, question…

What are some other talking zombie movies? Also, are THE RETURN OF LIVING DEAD sequels worth checking out? (I haven’t seen them… I know, I’m a horrible person.)

Oh, yeah… “Could robots use zombies against humans?” Yeah, I guess. More Robot Talk.

Science Dinosaur

You Maniacs! You used science to give a T-Rex robot vision! And I guess this art suggests it can also project its thoughts into our head! Print, T-Shirt, Sticker, Poster, iPhone Case.

William Castle is my Mentor


I’ve been reading William Castle’s Step Right Up I’m Gonna Scare the Pants Off America. It’s an amazing autobiography. The man was a genius at promoting his work and a master showman.


My gimmick: I project my B-Movie Art onto T-Shirts and whatnot.

Random Robot for November 5, 2014

Originally posted on misanthrobotic:

2014-11-05-BeepingRobot1_PromoBeeping Robot by James A Roberson


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They Kept Hitler’s Head


They Kept Hitler’s Head! And did weird stuff with it! A parody of the b-movie classic The Madmen of Mandoras (AKA They Saved Hitler’s Brain!) Art Print, T-Shirt, Vinyl Sticker, Coffee Mug.




My homage to Birdemic. See! B-Movie Horror on T-Shirts and Whatnot!

Critter in My Sh*tter

Not a Wocket in my Pocket, it’s a Critter in my, well, a very uncomfortable place. Like the back of a Volkswagen. My mashup of the Dr. who we call Seuss, and the eighties horror flick Critters.

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