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Nope, just addicted to zombie cinema! :)
Kill'em with kindness, it's a slow painful death.
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@Lunar: Isn't iZombie that show on CW? I saw commercials for it while watching Supernatural and thought it looked cool. I never tried it out, though. Maybe my little sister and I will start it. Since you are addicted to zombie cinema right now... have you seen 28 Days Later? It's super good. Cillian Murphy is amazing in it(as he always is in all his roles ;) )
28DL is great! But, I have to say that Frank Darabont's Walking Dead did that scenario better. It's almost an exact recreation but addresseD issues I had (with lack of corpses/zombies, muscle atrophy in the survivor, the lack of damage to the hospital, etc.). Also another great show is BBC's In the Flesh. Also enjoyed World War Z (on its own, despite little to do with the book, which I only started ).
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I like old zombies like in return of the living dead. Fast zombies never made sense to me and still do not :o.
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But ... zombies make sense to you? ; )
I really want to watch In the Flesh,Kyle. It's on my list! I love a bunch of BBC's shows, so BBC + zombies has got to be fantastic.
In the Flesh is awesome! A unique take on a zombie apocalypse (after the fact, from the zomb's POV). Unfortunately I believe it's been cancelled, but had at least two seasons under it's belt I think (and the first was only 3 episodes if I recall).
Don't typically watch BBC, but this one was very well done. Did enjoy Prime Suspect with Helen Mirren. ; ) Of course long ago I did watch Doctor Who (with Tom Baker) and Space 1999! Yes, I'm old. : D
28DL was good, but it didn't freak me out as much as dawn of the dead. Slow zombies are so creepy to me.
Of course zombies make sense Kyle, maybe not in a horror flick fashion...but certainly as an effect of disease or chemical influence.
I really enjoy izombie, it takes a couple shows to make sense though. I for sure recommend it. :)
I enjoy, Wallander, The Vicar of Dibley, Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Broadchurch. So it's safe to say that I'm a fan of BBC :P
I will have to try it out then,Lunar! And I agree with you. zombie-ness due to a disease or chemical makes perfect sense to me.
Only zombies that makes sense were high school of the deads haha.
@Star, as much as I love zombs/infecteds, the only ones that made sense are the ones in The Last of Us that were infected by that virus that exists in the insect kingdom,.or maybe even those reportedly related to Santaria (?) like in Serpent & the Rainbow.
@Ash, I don't doubt they have lots of great series (used to watch Masterpiece Theatre a lot back in the day, but I just have too little time even for the series I do watch. ; )
@Meta, LOL yeah zombs and HS do go together. BTW anyone remember a survival horror game that took place on a HS campus, I think Obscure, on PS2? It was awesome! Fun, freaky, and a great send up of adolescent slasher flicks.
@Nightcrawlerash-I'm a fan of Sherlock and The Dr, but not necessarily BBC. It's a mood for me."^~^"
@Meta-High school of the dead was awesome! Love the gore. :)
@Kyle-Those clickers freaked me out pretty good at first. Hated how you could always hear them. Yikes.
I wish they finished it. But House of the Dead is my favorite zombie game.
I hate the clickers! I died 100x in that game, Thx in large part to them. I can't even finish the DLC cause I am so over them LOL
Meta-i really enjoyed dead rising the customization was sometimes hilarious
Kyle-I had waaay too many too close encounters to even chance the dlc. Lol