I'm trying out a new feature. I'm sure most of you reading are sitting in a cubicle right now scouring sites for anything that can distract you from the soul crushing boredom that is the minutia of your job. Trust me, I've been there. I've spent many a nine-to-five furiously banging out arguments on my keyboard with some anonymous chucklehead over topics far too frivolous to work myself in a lather over as long as it meant not poring over spreadsheets or sales reports.
Lunchbreak Horror is there to provide a welcome distraction in your day. In nearly three years of hosting this site, We've come across hundreds of amazing short films. Most horror fans don't even know they exist, much less ever get a chance to view them. This new weekly series will highlight a short film (anywhere from two to fifteen minutes) that you can enjoy at your desk over a tuna melt on rye and a diet Coke. All shorts we post will either be publicly available on Youtube or Vimeo or the producers have given us their blessing to host.
Our first short is Ashleigh Nichol's hilarious Summer of the Zombies featuring what may be the first ever vegetarian walking dead. Pair this up with a Hatchback Salad (cup of spinach, handful of dried cherries, shredded sharp cheddar, diced apple and chopped pecans all tossed in honey mustard vinaigrette) and wash it down with some mint iced tea and you have yourself a good time.
If your boss asks you to put in some overtime, give him the finger by watching this Q&A while collecting time and a half.