Living Dead’s are Everywhere
The movie industry is flowerishing when it comes to zombie movies. You have categories you never thought was possible, and all add to the fantastic genre of the evil flesh eating living dead.
There are zombies emerging on air planes and killing the whole crew and most of the passangers (”Plane Dead”), evil murderous zombie sheep who attack without mercy (”Black Sheep”), married couple who on their loving honeymoon is being attacked by a vicious black phlegm which mutates into a zombiesque substance and zombiefies the host (”Zombie honeymoon”) and the list goes on and on, and on…and on.
There are zombies in violent fights with strippers (”Zombie Strippers”, and ”Zombie Zombie Zombie – Strippers vs. Zombie”), but nothing compares to the extremely gory and beautifully realistic (!) triology (plus remakes) of George Romero’s classic ”Night of the Living Dead”, ”Dawn of the Dead” and ”Day of the Dead” …not to mention ”Diary of the Dead” and ”Land of the Dead”. Seems like Hollywood is crazy about zombies – rumors say that Brad Pitt is planning to film/star in/produce Max Brooks’ ”World War Z” .
Judge my surprise when I decided to see ”Feast III – The Happy Finish” and I noticed there are not solely gory slaughter scenes by monsters with pointy teeth, but there are actually zombies hiding in the background killing mercilessly too :)….. and I just wanted to see the 3rd follow up to the funny monster film where buddy Henry Rollins is hunting monsters in pink pants….