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New York City Infested by Zombies in New Comedy Podcast
The Zombie Apocalypse has swept Manhattan, and it's no game! The WZMB Zombie Radio Show goes live, not undead but live, with weekly on-line podcasts from the heart of Zombie Town.
"In post-Zombie Apocalypse New York City, the traffic is worse than ever, crime is worse than ever, and city services hang by a slender thread. But one man is bringing the city what it needs the most-- jazz!"
In the wake of such zombie-themed entertainment as "Shaun of the Dead", "Zombieland"
The Zombie Radio Show was created by Craig Sabin, co-founder of 5 Minute Horror (http://www.5minutehorror.com)
Says Sabin, "The radio show format allows us to produce inexpensively, which gives us the opportunity to create more episodes and really explore the many levels of this sick world. We can go as deep as we want."
"I love the guy," Mathers says of Jimmy Rudolph. "He's an optimist in hell. It's difficult to find the lighter side of brain-eating zombies roaming the streets, but Jimmy sure tries. And he loves jazz, so he's got that going for him."
To hear the episodes, and for additional zombie fun, go to http://zombieradioshow.com. You can also find Jimmy Rudolph's wit and wisdom on Facebook.com/
For media inquiries, to arrange for an interview or an expert quote, please contact Craig Sabin at 626-644-8325.
Craig Sabin and James Mathers have over 60 combined years of experience in film, television, theater and the internet. 5 Minute Horror has been recognized by Slimeguy.com, the Buffalo Screams Film Festival and the Polystaffle Horror Convention for outstanding short form horror and comedy content.
Craig Sabin and James Mathers are members of the SAG and WGA. The Zombie Radio Show is headquartered in Studio City, CA, and has helped the Golden State stay free of zombies for over twenty years.
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http://zombieradioshow.com A comedy on-line radio show. Jimmy Rudolph, a Jazz DJ, broadcasts live-- not undead but live-- from New York City, after the Zombie Apocalypse