Amount of texts to »zombie« 17, and there are 16 texts (94.12%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 202 Characters
Average Rating 1.412 points, 3 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 11th 2001, 17:08:44 wrote
Josef about zombie
Latest text on Dec 13th 2009, 15:09:09 wrote
ugly duckling about zombie
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on Jun 15th 2009, 14:35:09 wrote
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Josef wrote on Mar 11th 2001, 17:08:44 about

zombie

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There's nothing quite like a good zombie movie. However, don't make the mistake of thinking that all zombie films are the same!
For instance, the zombies in the »Night of the Living Dead« trilogy were simply dead bodies who came back to life for some unknown reason. They had a pack mentality, and fought each other over the entrails of their dead victims. They behaved like ornery geriatric patients, and could be dispatched with a heavy blow or shotgun blast to the head.
In the »Return of the Living Dead« series, however, the zombies were much scarier. They were created by some kind of evil green gas devised by the military, which would instantly turn any dead bodies (or parts thereof) into zombies. These zombies were fast, intelligent, and simply wanted to feast on some fresh, live brains. They were also pretty much invulnerable, unless you could stuff them into a furnace, although in the second movie they learned that the zombies could be killed with massive electrical shock. In my opinion, this sucked.
Then there are the wacky Italian low-budget zombie flicks, which tended to involve flesh-eating zombies rather than brain-eating ones. I don't know a whole lot about this category... not my area of expertise, frank-ly. Perhaps I'll write more after I complete my masters degree in zombology.

Jim wrote on Aug 29th 2001, 21:37:05 about

zombie

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Sometimes each of us is a zombie. How many times have you made it to work without really remembering the drive?

yrname wrote on May 3rd 2001, 10:49:11 about

zombie

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we are all zombies hypnotized by mass media marketing, our souls sucked out, leaving only empty minds and the desire to consume

ugly duckling wrote on Dec 13th 2009, 15:09:09 about

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they look totally normal. you can't recognize them. you simply can't tell the difference between a zombie and a human being.

karl keule wrote on Jun 1st 2008, 14:21:57 about

zombie

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so many zombies around – pyjama people – they don't even know they are not fully alive.

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