DECAY, a zombie movie made by real scientists

Not just any old scientists playing with beakers in the lab or whatever.

No.

Brilliant boffins who work at the world’s greatest superconducting super-collider made this zombie movie, using the creepy tunnel parts of their fancy machine as movie sets.

I would actually watch this thing.

Not too shabby, scientist peoples of CERN — keep on making these things.

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5 responses to “DECAY, a zombie movie made by real scientists

  1. boffin

    you can download the whole film from their website http://www.decayfilm.com

  2. This combines my favorite things. I adore physics – and, indeed, am a raving fangirl for Brian Cox. Zombies? Physics? CERN? Sign me up.

  3. juliabarrett

    Oh Guy… I am your ravening zombie fangirl….

  4. Heh. You know, there was a novel written using the super-collider as its base device. FLASH FORWARD by Robert Sawyer. It was turned into a TV show, too, which is actually pretty good, even though there isn’t enough stuff in the show about the super-collider or the Higgs Bosun.

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