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Anyone else a total dork for zombie movies? I don't know how it happened because I used to be such a scaredy cat as a kid, but I just love zombie movies! The gruesome horrible ones and the silly goofy ones. Zombie movies kick ass! Anyone else feel the same?
 
zombie movies are cool for sure,but well,there are not that many lately,you know what,that a lot of zombie movies which were made in HongKong were quite nice and amazing!
 
Exactly the same...would have never seen one because everything used to scare me...now nothing scares me and it's hard to even make one scary enough for me. That applies to horror movies in general...but to be even more specific, I also have developed a real yen for zombie flix in particular. i go see zombie flix just because they're zombie flix, and unlike any other genre I would go see and likely enjoy even a poorly made zombie flick. Weird, huh?

Jade: I did not know there were Hong Kong zombie flix. And I'm a big fan of hong Kong directors in general...it's not for nothing that large amounts of american cinema or direct hommages or copies...it's like chocolate and peanut butter, I bet those two things would go great with each other. Are there some you could recommend? I'd love to see that!
 
I know there's a thread, but Slither seems right up my alley...funny and zombies :p

I find that I'm fascinated by horror movies that aren't just slasher flicks. Any horror film with a good supernatural metaphysical aspect (Ringu/Ju-on girls are so intriguing) are itneresting to me. I like to pit them against each other in my head. Sadako V. The Grudge

Remade Dawn of the Dead zombies V. The Evil Dead
 
Shaun of the dead was really funny indeed. I also like '28 days later' even tho I'm really not a huge fan of zombie flicks.
 
Check out a movie called "Deathdream" (available on DVD). It's a low-budget chiller from 1972 about a GI killed in action during the Vietnam War who is "willed" back to life by his grieving mother, but comes back as a bloodthirsty zombie -- sort of a retelling of the classic story "The Monkey's Paw." I am one of the most diehard and jaded horror film freaks you are ever likely to come across, and this movie creeped me out like no other ever has. It's also got a lot of very intelligent social subtext, which is as relevant today as it was back then, given our current situation in Iraq.

Tom Savini, who later went on to fame as the special effects make-up artist for films like "Dawn of the Dead" and "Friday the 13th" did the make-up effects for this film as well, and it was directed by Bob Clark, who also directed the pioneering slasher classic "Black Christmas."

Check it out -- you won't be disappointed!
 
Another interesting, though not excellent, zombie film is Cronenberg's 'They Came From Within.' Looks like 'Slither' is paying it a bit of homage (i.e., ripping it off ;) ) with its slugs in the bathtub scene. The difference with Cronenberg's version is that the zombies aren't that interested in eating you; instead, they want to fuck you. Yup, sex crazed maniac zombies. (!)

Should have been better, but still great for the premise alone. Also known as 'Shivers,' the Canadian working title listed on imdb is probably the best horror film title ever:

'Orgy of the Blood Parasites'
 
zoltanspawn said:
Another interesting, though not excellent, zombie film is Cronenberg's 'They Came From Within.' Looks like 'Slither' is paying it a bit of homage (i.e., ripping it off ;) ) with its slugs in the bathtub scene. The difference with Cronenberg's version is that the zombies aren't that interested in eating you; instead, they want to fuck you. Yup, sex crazed maniac zombies.

"They Came From Within" -- another one worth checking out!

However, I don't think it qualifies as a "zombie" film. The sex-crazed maniacs aren't the dead come back to life, they're very-much-alive humans infected with a "sex parasite" and can be killed in any manner.
 
Right you are, DryIce. :oops: And I'm not normally one to mix up my Vulcans and my Romulans, either! Still, TCFW follows enough conventions of real zombie movies that it makes a good companion piece.
 
There was some movie I heard about where a guy comes back to the dead but he's all alone and he's rotting. Apparently there's some scene where he's looking at a picture of his wife and passionately (with crescendoing music) jerking off until...his penis comes off in his hand.

Anyone know what movie that was?
 
luminum said:
There was some movie I heard about where a guy comes back to the dead but he's all alone and he's rotting. Apparently there's some scene where he's looking at a picture of his wife and passionately (with crescendoing music) jerking off until...his penis comes off in his hand.

Anyone know what movie that was?

Are you talking about Kevin Federline ?... I thought he was still with his wife.... :D
 
coco2006 said:
Are you talking about Kevin Federline ?... I thought he was still with his wife.... :D

Ahem. I do believe you're referring to K-Fed? That's his name now. get with it, yo.:D
 
Daddiesboy19 said:
I love zombie movies, and video games as well. I've been a big fan since when they remade Night of the Living Dead in 1990.

I guess you'll love "Silent Hill"..... great game, great story, great director (Christophe Gans... a french again.... no more good directors in Hollywood ? ;) ) and a lot of nice zombies....
 
I must admit to having a bit of a crush on Bub from "Day of the Dead." I'm curious to see what they'll do with the remake.

I've gained a new appreciation for the original "Night of the Living Dead," but I recently watched the remake, which I liked at the time it came out, and wasn't too impressed. The "Dawn of the Dead" remake, however, rocks. I also like Fulci's "Zombie" (or "Zombi 2") quite a bit, which has the added bonus of starring Mia Farrow's sister Tisa.
 
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