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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This is Guy Bergstrom the writer, not the Guy Bergstrom in Stockholm or the guy in Minnesota who sells real estate or whatever. Separate guys. Kthxbai.

Guy Bergstrom. Photo by Suhyoon Cho.

Reformed journalist. Scribbler of speeches and whatnot. Wrote a thriller that won some award (PNWA 2013). Represented by Jill Marr of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.

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Filed under 3 Tinseltown Tuesday, The Big Screen, Zombie apocalypse

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

  1. boffin

    you can download the whole film from their website


  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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