Zombie resource content has most or all of these subheadings:
MPAA/ESRB/Other ratingIf there is an official rating (like for movies, video games, albums, etc.) I will list it first.
ZPAA ratingZombie Parent Appropriateness Assessment, the blogger's assessment of appropriateness.
Gore levelZombies are quintessentially gory, though they can run the gambit from a Scooby Doo zombie (barely scary to anyone) to a blood-and-guts-soaked portrayal design to turn the stomach and the eyes.
Other offensive contentFighting zombies often means swearing, bad attitudes, accidentally killing regular people (or sometimes on purpose), and last-ditch efforts for food, sex and other pleasures by any means possible, appropriate or not.
How much zombie mythology/contentDebates rage about what counts as a zombie. Do they have to be reanimated yet mindless humans? Do merely "infected" people who act like reanimated yet mindless humans count? How fast can they move? How mindless are they? I don't have answers, but I'll let you know what type you're dealing with.
How much funSome zombie stories are super-serious (28 Days Later or The Walking Dead) and some are super-silly (Shaun of the Dead and the Evil Dead trilogy). Even the super-serious stuff can be fun by being engaging and thought-provoking. They are fun without cracking a lot of jokes. I'll try to give you a sense of how much I enjoyed this particular book, movie, comic, podcast, etc.
Synopsis & ReviewHere's a brief description of the content and an assessment of said content.
Sample textSometimes I'll include some sample text or maybe a preview or other media about what I have reviewed.
The Parent Resource format has these parts: