Now another author has entered the scene. AK Silversmith has her own story to tell. She asked herself, “What would happen if an 87-year-old proper Englishman, a giant potato-smuggling Scotsman and a young English drug dealing vegan were to team up accidentally to survive a spreading undead nightmare?”
In my post, The Opposite of Going Viral, I posed the (admittedly rhetorical) question of who would be best suited to play Gerald Stockwell-Poulter in the cinematic adaptation of The Old Man at the End of the World. Our finalists are Bill Nighy, Ian McKellen and Jim Broadbent. It's true: I'm not afraid to aim too high. Firstly, I … Continue reading Bill Nighy, Ian McKellen or Jim Broadbent … Who Is The Perfect Zombie Flick Protagonist?