Death by 1000 cuts refers to an ancient method of torture in which numerous small cuts were made on a victim’s body. None of the cuts were deadly by themselves, but the combination of them would cause them to die a slow, painful death. In psychology, it refers to small issues that are overlooked until they add up to something too big to ignore. Sometimes I question which version of the phrase is worse.
A research group makes a curious discovery that may lead to the fountain of youth. Meanwhile, an ancient Native American fable sends an ominous warning that those who disrespect nature will learn to fear the rain. Nature’s law has no mercy.
In 2027. After the world-ravaging zWars and a shaky peace treaty, humans and zombies coexist, but it gets treacherous when half the population thinks the other half is snack-worthy. Beautiful, deadly zGirls, burned out ex-zhunters, media moguls and a beauty pageant going off the rails – “Zombie Beauty Pageant” is a thrill ride in a future no one predicted.