Zombie Cheese

I was looking at a listing, in order of publication, of the articles I’d posted on this site, and it struck me how the vast majority was about THE WALKING DEAD. This isn’t a bad thing, necessarily. Right now, TWD is the epitome of all things cool in the zombie world. The show is beloved by millions, and has spawned its own sister series, FEAR THE WALKING DEAD. (Which I’ve also talked about quite a bit.) My question, then, is, can I possibly write too much about THE WALKING DEAD? Can you zombie devotees get enough of it? Is there a point at which you achieve surfeit? I kinda doubt it, honestly. Even so, in the interest of variety and a well-balanced site, I will continue on occasion to cover other zombie-related offerings. Like this week’s selection, for example. Fancy a little Zombie Cheese, would you?

Hey, it’s over three-and-a-half thousand years old. What would you call it if not “zombie” cheese? Vampire Cheese? Mummy Cheese? Evil Cheez? (Sorry. Couldn’t resist a little shameless plug, there.) It’s too substantive to be the former. Vampiric cheese would needs be ephemeral, methinks. And, while it was discovered on the person of Chinese mummies, this cheese isn’t wrapped in bandages. Take a look at the photograph? Doesn’t it look more zombie-like to you? I thought so. Now the real question is, would you take a bite of it, if offered? Anybody brave enough to sample the Zombie Cheese?

By TheCheezman

WAYNE MILLER is the owner and creative director of Evil Cheez Productions ( - - specializing in theatrical performances and haunted attractions. He has written, produced and directed over a dozen plays, most of them in the Horror and Crime genres. And he really likes vampires and werewolves. Like, a LOT.