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    Zombie Apocalypse

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    understanding how a zombie operates internally. Therefore, when the dead return, they become a living nightmare. Death has been our ultimate fear as cultures are taught that if we don’t honor the dead, they will return to seek revenge. Zombies are everything that we are most frightened of engraved in our pop culture. One thing remains their unscrupulous appetite for human flesh and endless means to obtain it. Rests assure that the living dead will be on top of the food chain when the plague arrives. They are tormented evil creatures escaping a life imprisonment from the grave. There will be millions of zombies that will walk the earth during the outbreak. Many argue that there will not…

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    Zombie Costumess

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    Considering the increasing popularity of zombie movies and the latest zombie TV-series, this Halloween might just look like a zombie apocalypse. Whether you are a fan of the Walking Dead, or you simply like scary costumes, you will surely love this Men's Skeleton Zombie Costume. This raggedy ensemble features 3D elements which make it quite realistic, at least at nighttime. Unlike cheap costumes, with printed skeleton patterns, this costume is scarier and more authentic. All you need is brain…

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    The Zombie Genre

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    The origin of zombie, also known by “zombi” or “zonbi”, according to Christie (2011), Farghaly (2014) and Platts (2013) has its roots tracing back to Haitian folklore of Vodoun (Voodoo or Vodou) magic (Christie 2011, p. 10; Farghaly 2014, p. 8; Platts 2013, p. 549). It is a product of the supernatural, combined with a vague applied science of pharmacology (Farghaly 2014, p. 9). Here, we shall examine the cinematic (North American) version of zombie which is vastly different from its Haitian…

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    alive can remember, let’s hope you have entered the realm of the undead at least once in your life. Whether just randomly stumbling upon the topic in your favorite magazine or being a hardcore dedicated zombie fan, most people past the age of eight years old will more than likely know what a zombie is. How can the details of these intense creatures not be planted in your minds? Rotten flesh, amputated limbs, exposed organs, and the intimidating slow movement of these monsters who were once…

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    The zombie, as a concept, is related to many different subjects in the world today. Lauro and Embry in “A Zombie Manifesto: The Nonhuman Condition in the Era of Advanced Capitalism” correlate the different parts of the zombie to what they represent. In their writing they state “The zombie is historically tied to, and has been read alongside, the expansion of global capitalism.” (96) They add that this concept stretches back to the colonial era, representing colonial imports. This instance is yet…

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    Zombie Ethical Dilemmas

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    from an impending zombie apocalypse that effect my family and I. However, the assessment of these issues determine whether my family and I live or die. For instance, issues that determine whether it is ethical or not to kill a zombie question my survival, since restraining a zombie would be more difficult. In addition other key issues that affect the survival of my love ones and I include, how to diagnose whether someone is dead and what to do with the infected, whether surviving individually or…

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    Zombie Geographies

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    In Jeff May’s Zombie Geographies and the Undead City, he starts by explaining that “contemporary zombie films mark a geographical move to large urban areas, bringing the zombie masses to the city and foregroundIng urban fears while containing implicit messages about social difference and otherness”(May 286). I found this quote extremely interesting. If I could fast forward time, and somehow be placed in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, I would chose to be in a more rural or even suburban area.…

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    Surviving a zombie apocalypse is very terrifying and dangerous. First of all, if you’re going solo then you might have a greater chance of dying. But being alone is also better, when you have a scarce amount of food, then it might be better to be alone. Having more people with you though will decrease the possibility of getting bit or dying. When somebody is bitten by a zombie you are to kill them. Killing them will help you, so when they die they won’t become a zombie and murder you. So anyway,…

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    Zombie Road Zombie Road is the first episode assigned to watch of the second season of Z Nation. In this episode, I saw how Cassandra acted completely different as how she was before. Murphy’s method of mercy was biting her. Because of this, now he has the power of controlling her. It was a wrong thing to do, because now she has little of her old personality and Murphy is taking advantage of her. I do not agree with Murphy’s method of mercy. After his bite, Cassandra suffered physical and…

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    Pencil Me In For The Zombie Apocalypse Legends of the risen dead have come from most of the world’s cultures in order to encourage fear or hope-based obedience. However, countries like England, Germany, and America have begun to use such concepts to entertain the masses through books and movies that depict the life one would experience during and after a zombie apocalypse. The zombies typically seen in movies come in three categories; zombies raised specifically to serve a master, zombies…

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