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JULY 2005 - ZOMBIES!

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In the spirit of all this Zombie talk this edition, & thanks to the triumphant return of George Romero, this month we're giving you 3 Zombie recommendations!!!

First up, start your evening off with a little zombie oddity that goes by SO many different titles. Here in America, Anchor Bay put it out on DVD as 'Let Sleeping Corpses Lie' aka 'The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue'. This is a different type of Italian-style zombie flick, which for me, is what makes it stand out amongst so much competition. We've got britt's. We've got bad dubbing. We've got suspense! (it's a while before you see zombies, and when you do it only starts with one) We've got red eyed zombies! YES! One of the creepiest additions to the zombie genre is in this flick when we see close up's of these zombies whom all have redish eyes. Then we've got an out-of-control ending sequence at a hospital. This is an horrific way to start off your zombie marathon. And I mean that in the best possible way.

You might as well follow it up with a classic. Second, go for Lucio Fulci's 'Zombie'. Or as it's called oversea's 'Zombi 2'. This flick's got some disturbing looking zombies. It's got some eye violence! A zombie vs. a shark sequence! And an image at the ending which will forever be forged in your memory once you see it. (Especially if you're a New Yorker, such as myself!)

Getting tired? Then let the good time's roll. I can ALWAYS watch what's easily one of the best zombie films of the past decade, 'Shaun Of The Dead'. It's a very well made film with so many homages and subtle hints toward all things 'Zombie', that you'll HAVE to watch it more then once to even catch them all. In fact, the DVD offer's you a number of different ways to watch the flick. I strongly recommend the Zombi-o-Meter with pop up facts pointing out even the most hidden of references. First half? Hilarious. Hell, I love hearing English blokes argue over pop music. Second half? Turns into a kick ass straight forward zombie epic. Hell, if the zombie's invade, I'm going to the pub too!!! (Brilliant!)

So, that's all I got for now. Whew. This was a rough month putting together. I feel... pretty dead! -robg.

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