I don?t know exactly why it is, but zombie movies seem to be far more prolific a genre than you?d think. I mean, they?re really just a kind of sub-genre of the greater horror movie category, but for some reason there?s a whole bunch of them. Maybe it?s because, unlike say, werewolf films, zombie movies offer the chance to make sweeping societal commentary. The original ?Night of the Living Dead? was a treatise on civil rights, while ?Dawn of the Dead? spoke to the issue of consumerism. More recently, the riotous comedy ?Sean of the Dead? dares compare the work-a-day drones of Great Britain to the walking deceased.
INDIANAPOLIS Many teens, and some a bit older, will be spending this Halloween visiting a creepy, ghoul-filled haunted house, or watching a gory, horror flick. They'll say they love to shiver in fear and scream in terror. Or do they?
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