Dear Lord, it’s finally over

Ronin, Borp, Monaga, and I finally completed “Dead Air” at about 7:50 a.m. this morning (Borp actually breaked briefly for lunch in Sweden :) ) after beginning at 10 pm last night.

Final game stats…

It took 9 hours and 48 minutes to complete with over 8,000 total zombies killed. This campaign was a nightmare.

But we DID it. My only regret is that all of you couldn’t hear the man love that took place once we got inside that goddamn airplane and the credits began to roll. I am so damn exhausted.

now, all that is left is “Blood Harvest” and that damned cornfield…

Death Toll and No Mercy are toast.


Earlier this evening (and deep into the morning) Steve, Borp, and I defeated No Mercy and Death Toll on expert.

It was crazy fun and a bit maddening at times but there is such sweet satisfaction that I can hardly contain my excitement. On the No Mercy map, Deejay played most of the time with us but decided to bail out about 20 minutes before we ended up beating the finale. That map ended up taking about 3.5 hours.

We had Ronin from the Sleepy Cast helping us much of the way on Death Toll before he had to drop out for some zzzzz’s. Even though we got stuck with dumbass Louis as our NPC partner, Steve, Borp, and I ended up crushing Death Toll in about 2.5 hours. That doesn’t even count the fact that we played another campaign on advanced sandwiched in between our Expert shenanigans.

It was a long night. But a fruitful one. We had great fun. I’m looking forward to crushing the Dead Air and Blood Harvest maps on expert next. Poor Deejay and Ronin dropped off before they could get the super snazzy cool achievements we scored for being so awesome. Ah well, at least we got em! :)

Now, time to go get some donuts….

Merry Christmas from!

From all of us at to all of you out there in internetland, we wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! If you’re travelling, please be safe out there and please give your mom a big, wet tongue-kiss from us!

Update: Splattercast #110 has been uploaded both here on our site and also at the pod-o-matic page. Gather your family around the fire and listen to it together!

A Post-Apocalyptic Xmas.

Last weeks Splattercast #109 on Post-Apocalyptic horror had apocalyptic sound problems (my bad); but a large part of the cast was spent trying to give a concise definition of post apocalyptic horror. I’m not sure we managed to do so but Gawker media sci-fi site today has an article about Christmas going on during a breakdown of society …which at this point should be a reality by next year!


via iO9: ‘Have Yourself a Post-Apocalyptic Chrstmas.’