alright so with so many zombie related videos on YouTube i though i would go ahead and throw my own hat into the ring with my own channel. its called redead the undead, and I'm gonna do all sorts of things. there's gonna be episodes like zombie go boom where i test different weapons and objects on a human head analog. only I'm using pigs heads i think it gives it all a bit more, reality. I'm also going to be talking about zombie tactics, gear reviews, and i even have a little tech corner because well you know i love my gadgets. the first episodes already shot its me testing out a bunch a different spiked bats on a pigs head. the second one is going to be on my remote activated zombie tripwire alarm. and I've looked around and no one on YouTube has a design like mine. so it should be fun. but i think whats going to make my channel a success is that i will have all of lost zombies behind me. that's right you. now with that in mine i have gone ahead and eddied together my opening them which showcases footage from other lz members used with their permission of course. so check it out and tell me what you think?
actually they never tested the frying pan, and while they did do a spiked bat i tested three different kinds with different configurations. and i use something they don't an actual flesh and bone head. true its pig flesh and bone but the difference is negligible.
Yes, they did... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIfJYffR5xs&feature=plcp
alright i was wrong but they never tested a golf club and they still don't use real flesh and bone analog's.
Yes, they have never tested a golf club.
Yes, they don't use real flesh...
But... They are using a skull analog coated with ballistic gel to simulate the density of real skull and flesh...
that's true and that's their thing i have my own and my channel is about more then just weapons tests but there are going to be those too. no offense to zombie go boom I'm just gonna do my own thing, that's all.
Just to be clear, I'm not comparing their videos to yours. I just happen to read one of your comments in which you say that you want to try something that they haven't that's why I decided to tell you that they've already tried the frying pan and spiked baseball bat... If you want to try something that they haven't, I suggest that you focus on common household items because most of their videos feature cold steel stuff...
good idea and i have been thinking about this wich is why I'm learning how to make my own alcohol. because in regulated amounts it can bring people together and help them forget about the horror going on around them. there's a reason why every civilization has had their own recipe for it. true in a large amount its a destructive force, but if done right its worth its weight in gold. you can also use it for trade and medical reasons its just great stuff to have.
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ALRIGHT EPISODE THREE IS NOW OUT!!! in this episode i introduce a new segment tech corner where i show you gadget and tools that will make your zombie apocalypse survival just a little easier. today i introduce the concept of an edc, and show you my Redead the undead approved edc. you can watch it here:
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in gratitude of getting over a hundred views i made a short video demonstrating the wonders of a new piece of survival gear i got, the Kevlar survival thread. and ultra thin thread with a 200 pound breaking point that's small enough to let you carry hundreds of feet in your shirt pocket. i compare it to 550 paracord and demonstrate its survival usefulness in making a snare trap. to find out just how versatile this wonderful cordage is, and where you can get some for you B.O.B or Every Day Carry check out the link below to the video.
WARNING; once you watch this you may not be able to stop yourself from rushing off to get your own Kevlar Survival Cord!
episode five is officially out now on my YouTube channel, check it out as i test three everyday household items against our zombie analogue to see if they can REDEAD THE UNDEAD and keep you alive. go here to see the new episode http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jVlVRnYBlk&feature=g-upl and forget to like comment and subscribe for future episode and to learn how you can survive in a zombie apocalypse! remember to "Stay alive, because the dead won't stay dead on their own"!©