Be the first to review this item. Almost all action in modern filmaking is created by rapid editing together of half-second cuts, eliminating the need for any coherent choreography of the action. And it occurred to me that this is actually a pretty fundamental feature of the genre--the zombies are slow, unintelligent, and suffer from a weakness that makes them easy to defeat. Zombies, as i see it, are simply being dead and the death we all run away from. Fast zombies suck because they're a real danger, and that's not actually what zombie fans want. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
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Its all about creating brainless incoherent stories, which sell, as long as the action is cranked to the max. The crisis might not be a serious one--it just requires a cool head, a steady aim, and a willingness to gun down one's former neighbors--but that's way too much for the sheep-like masses to handle. I despise zombie fans far more than I'd despise any zombies. But I pressed on with the sequel nonetheless, and I noticed something while I was reading about the hero's daring rescue of his sixth and seventh fellow survivor. Seal of the Wheel! So why is it that in zombie fiction, the zombies always overrun everyone and everything