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jamtastik:

what in the fuck O_O

I have no idea where this is from, but I must see this.

(Source: thelandofrapeandhoney)

Reblogged from: merthurianslashlegends via posted by: thelandofrapeandhoney
youngheartz:

Best! #zombies #residentevil #meme #umbrella (Taken with instagram)

youngheartz:

Best! #zombies #residentevil #meme #umbrella (Taken with instagram)

Reblogged from: siouxiie via posted by: siouxiie

soupnbread:

stealingfirefromprometheus:

thepainofbeingdead:

*spikes football*

oh my god

what is this

I want to 

no

I need to see this

If anyone knows, tell me as well? This is sampled in a God Module song and I’ve always wanted to know where it came from

This is from the 1985 movie Return of the Living Dead, it’s a brilliant movie and I highly recommend watching it.

(Source: zombiesn80shorror)

I don’t agree with this, people always say things like “Real Zombies can’t use weapons” - “Real Zombies aren’t intelligent” - I can see where they are coming from, but like with “Real Zombies don’t run” you can also say “Real Zombies only eat brains” Which were the kind of Zombie I grew up with as a kid, the ones that ate brains only. But I love the Zombies who eat human flesh as well as brains, I’m not going to say, just because a Zombie doesn’t eat just brains, they aren’t real Zombies. They are still Zombies, just someone elses take on Zombies. The freedom of Artistic License.
Look at all of the old Zombie movies, not just the modern ones. It’s not like all followed the same one dimensional role of what a ‘real Zombie’ should and shouldn’t do. Look at Return of the Living Dead, one of the most classic older Zombie movies from 1985, those Zombies could speak, make ambushes, use tools etc.
Another Zombie movie I actually really like is, Zombie Honeymoon, that’s a completely different take on a Zombie. The slow transformation from being alive, to becoming the more mindless Zombie that we know. I find that really interesting, if it’s done right. Like in Return of the Living Dead, how two of the characters who breathed in the ‘Zombie Gas’ and their slow transformation into becoming a Zombie, being conscious through their body dying, going through rigor-mortise and all that. I love that.
I love lots of different variations on Zombies, if it was always just the same thing, again and again, it would probably get a little dull. Look at the difference between the original Dawn of the Dead to the remake. The Zombies in the original were good and classic, and the Zombies in the remake were brilliant. I actually love running Zombies, I find them far more frightening. But I also love the classic shambling Zombie as well. Both are equally as good in my opinion.
Zombies are Zombies, they aren’t real regretfully so people can change them up and have the freedom to put their own ideas into what their Zombies could be like.
To the Zombie purest, how many movies have the exact same Zombies? None that I can think of, they are all different to an extent in every Zombie movie I have seen.
I just love Zombies.

I don’t agree with this, people always say things like “Real Zombies can’t use weapons” - “Real Zombies aren’t intelligent” - I can see where they are coming from, but like with “Real Zombies don’t run” you can also say “Real Zombies only eat brains” Which were the kind of Zombie I grew up with as a kid, the ones that ate brains only. But I love the Zombies who eat human flesh as well as brains, I’m not going to say, just because a Zombie doesn’t eat just brains, they aren’t real Zombies. They are still Zombies, just someone elses take on Zombies. The freedom of Artistic License.

Look at all of the old Zombie movies, not just the modern ones. It’s not like all followed the same one dimensional role of what a ‘real Zombie’ should and shouldn’t do. Look at Return of the Living Dead, one of the most classic older Zombie movies from 1985, those Zombies could speak, make ambushes, use tools etc.

Another Zombie movie I actually really like is, Zombie Honeymoon, that’s a completely different take on a Zombie. The slow transformation from being alive, to becoming the more mindless Zombie that we know. I find that really interesting, if it’s done right. Like in Return of the Living Dead, how two of the characters who breathed in the ‘Zombie Gas’ and their slow transformation into becoming a Zombie, being conscious through their body dying, going through rigor-mortise and all that. I love that.

I love lots of different variations on Zombies, if it was always just the same thing, again and again, it would probably get a little dull. Look at the difference between the original Dawn of the Dead to the remake. The Zombies in the original were good and classic, and the Zombies in the remake were brilliant. I actually love running Zombies, I find them far more frightening. But I also love the classic shambling Zombie as well. Both are equally as good in my opinion.

Zombies are Zombies, they aren’t real regretfully so people can change them up and have the freedom to put their own ideas into what their Zombies could be like.

To the Zombie purest, how many movies have the exact same Zombies? None that I can think of, they are all different to an extent in every Zombie movie I have seen.

I just love Zombies.

- Return of the Living Dead 1985

Just made my first post, gotta try and keep this blog up with good ol’ fashion Zombie movies, and 80’s horror. Next should be the Subspecies movies.

- Return of the Living Dead 1985

One of my favourite scenes in all of Zombie movies.