The Walking Dead Will Live on Forever!
By Fee Onipede
Here we are, 7 days away from the premiere of the 10th Season Finale episode of The Walking Dead, and for me and many other true diehard fans, it feels almost like Halloween Night 2010. I was saddened to read that the upcoming 11th season would be it’s last, but unlike so many other series that have gone off into the sunset with a whimper, the Walking Dead most certainly will not!
#Saraitda aka #Alive is a movie that came out of nowhere on Netflix. It's kind of perfect timing for such a movie to come out too. It's basically a zombie horror movie that's implements elements of modern realities. In a way it's kind of confusing as to categorize this movie. It's got elements of comedy, drama, romance and horror. There's something for everyone in this movie but not focusing on something specifically to say that it is catered toward a certain demographic.
This is the Story of Mark Bainer and a brief account about what happened to the Tow truck drivers after the Zombie outbreak
Chapter 1: The Beginning
By the early to mid-21st century the world’s economy was failing and many nations have entered the worst recession in history. There were wars and racial/ethnic strife in the world and poverty and pestilence were seen in many places and the people have grown use to them since they have been occurring since the dawn of man, but no one was prepared for what was coming.
What exactly is a zombie? A zombie is an undead human. It has decaying and rotten skin. And zombies are just mindless creatures wanting to eat brains. I do think zombies are monsters, but they can represent mindless humans also. I mean zombies can’t think for themselves all they want is one thing and that is to eat your flesh or brains. The function of horror is to give humans a sense of fear and let our imagination run into dangerous scenes or events. An article to prove this example is “Our Zombies, Ourselves” written by James Parker. Parker compares the modern-day zombie with how now zombies start to get gorier. He plastered the meaning and question of why zombies are so much apart of our society now. Parker states, “The zombie him-self has never looked better, dripping with wounds, full of conviction. With his dangling stethoscope, or his policeman's uniform, or his skateboard, he exhibits the pathos of his ex-person-hood.” This quote expresses that modern zombies represent the looks of a human.
Things couldn't get much worse for Jane Dormant (Mhairi Calvey): evicted, fired, and reduced to living out of her car. But just when Jane is at the end of her rope, she receives a call from solicitor Eurydice Saul (Jo Price) telling her that her aunt Alexandra (Emma Spurgin Hussey) has died and she is summoned to her isolated manor--known as Hobbes House--for the reading of her will. Also in attendance is Alexandra's groundskeeper Naser (Waleed Elgadi), Jane's estranged half-sister Jennifer (Makenna Guyler), and Jennifer's partner Nigel (Kevin Leslie).
I’ve long had problems with zombie movies. I had tried to couch these problems in aesthetic issues or complaints about the lack of believability in the notion of the dead rising from the grave but I was aware that that was a silly argument. The reality of my issue with zombies is quite simply knowing that I am the last person who would ever survive the zombie apocalypse. I am hopelessly, woefully unprepared for any apocalypse really, let alone one that involves the dead rising from their graves.
Land of the Dead seems like a mindless zombie movie but there is a little more to this movie than just zombies. I have to admit that the zombies were the draw to me for this movie but they aren't the main emphasis of this movie. It turned out to be a deeper movie than I had anticipated and I appreciate the effort they put into this movie.
When thinking of the word “zombie,” much of western society might think of The Walking Dead or at least the type of zombie portrayed in this popular television show: people getting sick, transforming into a society of the undead, hungry for human flesh. However, that is not an accurate description of the real-life zombies—that’s right: real-life zombies. Zombies are not merely fictitious entertainment in the form of movies, video games, or something to dress up as for Halloween. They are a real part of a real society made up of Voodoo practitioners, but they are not like what most westerners would think they would be.
They’re all different, but one thing’s for sure: you are not safe if these monsters are around. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 zombie types in movies and TV.
They’re supposed to make us afraid, but we’re really scared by how bad they are. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 worst zombie movies.
They hunger for human flesh! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 best zombie movies.