charliechaplinfan wrote:Given quieter circumstances I think she'll come back to it. they were thrilled to be watching a film older than Grandma, it qualifies as ancient in their minds. I like ancient movies.
MichiganJ wrote:A lot of young, female superheroes trick-or-treating last night, with the majority of boys being zombies. In honor of that, last night I re-visited Lucio Fulci's classic Zombie. (The idea of re-watching Supergirl was too horrifying.)
While not for the squeamish, Zombie is one of the best post Romero zombies-eat-people zombie movies. I think it's the only one that pits a zombie vs. a shark (while unclear which wins, clearly the zombie would have if he'd had a hand) and the bare-bones plot provides just enough forward momentum to keep the zombies fed. While Mia's sister, Tisa Farrow is okay, it's really Olga Karlatos you want to keep your eye out for.
RedRiver wrote:Zombie vs. shark...So zombies swim? Do they have diving gear? My expertise is more in the area of vampires and their effect on Lincoln's presidency. Zombies and sharks...
I thought I was going to like 28 DAYS LATER. Halfway through the film, it was suspenseful, atmospheric. I was impressed. Then somehow, it just stopped. No more story. No revelation. Just blood. Lots of blood. It was as if the writers walked out in the middle of the show! Perhaps this explains the need for a shark!
RedRiver wrote:Zombie vs. shark...So zombies swim? Do they have diving gear?
MikeBSG wrote:Personally, my favorite George Romero film is "Martin," his late Seventies movie about a vampire (or a guy who thinks he is a vampire. The film is ambiguous.) I find the characters far more compelling in that film, especially the grandfather, and the plot holds together better.
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