Since it's October, all the zombie forces are preparing for attack. Luckily we have this zombie survival chart to help us counter. Be safe out there, folks. [Yahoo via blastr | Thanks, Elise]
What about I’am legend?
“I Am Legend”? I’d put that one to the right of “28 Days Later” and “Dawn of the Dead (2004)”
They’re vampires, not zombies, hence the sensitivity to the sun. If you watch (or read) the originals on which the Will Smith remake is based, it’s made much more obvious (garlic etc)
they were infected with a man made genetic “cure” for cancer. the cure mutated normal humans into a new species on the genetic level. stronger , faster and just as smart as people. they didn’t die from the infection . if anything they were a sub prime mutant ,on the lines of captain america with dire flaws.
I don’t know if I Am Legend qualifies as the people aren’t actually dead – -are they? If it does qualify then you have to insert the Crazies also.
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You forgot to put in Fido, which would be under Shaun of the Dead. The zombie in it are: slow,stupid and domesticated.
Army of Darkness? They’re either living dead, or undead. Not exactly sure, but that movie has a broad spectrum of deadites, which is probably why it’s not mentioned, come to think of it.
I think they qualify as undead :D
Also, I don’t know if it’s been mentioned, but does Zombies Anonymous go beyond the scope of this chart?
We now need to include The Walking Dead tv series on AMC. I would say they’re slow and dumb.
Reavers! Forgot about them. Smart and ultrafast since they’ve got spaceships.
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