• http://bookwi.se Adam Shields

    Awesome house!

  • ThatGuyKC

    I want one!

  • Phillip Gibb

    nice, so when is someone going to film a ‘zombie attack’ there

  • http://matthew-phelps.com Matt Phelps

    So it can withstand zombie attacks, but can it withstand the weather? I’d be more interested in that second part.

  • Chris Ames

    On a long enough timeline those garage doors will decay or rust. Mother nature always wins.

    And therefore the zombies will, too.

    • http://jarederickson.com Jared Erickson

      by the time the doors have rusted the zombies will have starved to death or have decayed to a pile of mush.. they have an expiration date as well.

      • Thomas T Whale

        An outbreak of zombies infecting humans is likely to be disastrous, unless extremely aggressive tactics are employed against the undead. While aggressive quarantine may eradicate the infection, this is unlikely to happen in practice. A cure would only result in some humans surviving the outbreak, although they will still coexist with zombies. Only sufficiently frequent attacks, with increasing force, will result in eradication, assuming the available resources can be mustered in time.

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  • alex

    whoever doesnt think this house is bad ass and wont stand against zombies, what the fuck do you think your house is gunna do? morons!

  • http://www.kyletroop.com Kyle Troop

    Pretty rad idea. But I think I’d prefer an underground type of shelter/bunker built under my house.