A £90,000 Anti-Zombie Cabin is Your Best Bet to Stay Safe on Halloween

By Ashley Feinberg on at

Don't listen to the naysayers. The zombie apocalypse is real—and imminent. Fortunately, Tiger Log Cabins is on your side with a state-of-the-art, high-tech Zombie Fortification Cabin. Because those goddamn trick-or-treaters zombies never stood a chance.

A $146,000 Anti-Zombie Cabin Is Your Best Bet To Stay Safe on Halloween

The fortified cabin — which can be all yours for the low, one-time cost of £69,995 (or and extra £20,780 on top if you choose installation, cameras, solar panels, and riot gear) — includes everything you could ever possibly need to fend off those vicious, brain-eating monsters — and a lot of stuff you almost definitely won't need.

A $146,000 Anti-Zombie Cabin Is Your Best Bet To Stay Safe on Halloween

The entire list of features is as follows:

  • 10 year anti-zombie guarantee
  • Upper deck with 360 degree vantage point + escape hatch
  • Re-enforced slit windows, walls and doors
  • Barbed wire surround
  • Arsenal storage unit for weaponry
  • Garden Section to grow vegetables
  • Toilet System
  • Kitchen Area with Microwave
  • Living area with TV, Xbox and Sound system Turntables
  • Big bear water cannon
  • Search lights
  • Security cameras
  • Flame throwers
  • Riot protection outfit
  • Solar panels

A $146,000 Anti-Zombie Cabin Is Your Best Bet To Stay Safe on Halloween

And while, thus far, no one has actually had the foresight necessary to
buy one of these post-apocalyptic safehouses, that hasn't stopped the internet from doing what it does best — offering opinions. Most of the reviews on the cabin's web site have indeed been positive. For instance, user Shaun of the dead writes:

The 'Winchester' of Log Cabins. In my time I've had little respect as an electronics shop employee, with no real direction in life. But when I bought this Zombie proof log cabin I became the envy of all my neighbours! It's big enough for me as well as my girlfriend and rather vulgar unemployed best friend (who could quite easily be mistaken for a zombie!). With this, any potential zombie apocalypse which could overwhelm the town, I'll have a nice cup of tea and wait for it all to blow over.

But user Roger Rotter the Zombie had a markedly different experience:

I officially HATE this zombie-proof log cabin!! Having roamed our way through the land mines, in just about one piece, a cluster of us avoided the flamethrowers and made it to the walls. No matter what we tried (eating through the walls, climbing to the roof etc) we just couldn't break in. Unfortunately, as time wore on it became obvious this was a lost cause and some 28 days later we gave up. I have been forced therefore to rate this product 1 out of 5 - to clear up any confusion this is NOT suitable for zombies!!!

Still, better safe than sorry. So if you have on hundred grand to spare and a distaste for being troubled for sweet eaten, you've got about three more days to pick up one of these bad boys before disaster strikes. Game on, children zombies. [Tiger Log Cabins via The Daily Mail]