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Zombies are then a symbol of our own mad urges to destroy ourselves, and a terrifying portent that we might succeed.
If 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,' how do you explain zombies?
Zombies are like credit card payments. If you keep getting rid of the minimum amount, you'll never win.
When the dawn was still long hours away, bad thoughts took on flesh and began to walk. In the middle of the night thoughts became zombies.
I love zombies. If any monster could Riverdance, it would be zombies.
Zombie Sky. No: Zombies of the Eclipse. Zombies of the Occultation. Occult Zombies from the Planet Moon!
Let's get the heck out of here then. These dark empty places give me the creeps. I feel like zombies are going to spring out at any time," I said, picking up my dropped items.
"If there are zombies then we have much bigger problems," he joked.
-Cora and Noah
My zombies will never take over the world because I need the humans. The humans are the ones I dislike the most, and they're where the trouble really lies.
Bubba there zombies ... and there trying to eat me!
Run over these fucking zombies now or I'll never have sex with you again!
I quickly decided my zombies weren't really zombies. It was instead something you called people who were on this club drug, who then exhibited aggressive behaviors. And then like everyone who writes about zombies, I found it was so much fun.
Because we've never encountered a decomposing body, we can only assume they are out to get us. It is no wonder there is a cultural fascination with zombies.
Zombies are the real lower-class citizens of the monster world and that's why l like them.
I wanted to write about racism and xenophobia in 21st Century England and Ireland, but I wanted to do it in an exciting way so that I could reach more readers. Zombies seemed like a good way to do that.
There is a universal fascination with the living dead. There is more to a zombie story that a bunch of corpses attacking the living. The real power of such a story lies with the undercurrent of hopelessness compounded by a very real instinct to survive.
Zombies don't run. They don't dance. They don't say, "More brains." There is no Thriller Night. Those are stereotypes that are perpetrated by Hollywood, which I think is very irresponsible because it can get you killed.
What is it with you and the Wizard of Oz references? Zombies and werewolves and vamps, oh my. Zombies and werewolves and ...
Stay away from the Zombies.
Are these Romero slow zombies, or 28 Days Later fast zombies?"
"They were totally slow, dude. Are you blind?
I think zombies are the great analogy for all of our fears about all of the scary things that happen on our planet, and the potential for scariness on our planet. Being chased by anyone or anything can be scary. It is just a big, fun analogy.
I like zombies; I like them fine. But I don't have a long list of zombie movies or books that are among my favorite things in the world.
Do you have a zombie contingency plan?
I like my zombies slow and I like my zombies stupid.
I'm like my zombies. I won't stay dead!
I love zombies. I don't know how else to answer that ... I have trouble falling asleep, so there are certain scenarios I use in my head to relax. I find sniping zombies very relaxing.
That was what separated us from the zombies.
They're [zombies] us, you can also have the wrestler zombie, the clown zombie, the Jay Leno zombie and the nun zombie. I've never seen the clown werewolf or vampire. But because zombies are us, at the lowest possible level, they're a lot more versatile for storytelling.
The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio. When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons ... were the fatties.
Zombies are so popular. There's a lot of chaff out there. For every one person who is legitimately passionate about zombies, there are a hundred people who are thinking, 'Hey, I can make a buck off of this.' The problem is that some of their stuff is so lame.
Fuck death, it's not the enemy, zombies are.
A motley crew of racist, sin-sick, spiritual zombies is now one body under Christ. And individually they are new creations walking in humility, gentleness, and patience
Zombies do not respect the personal bubble. They are all up in my grill,
I think that period dramas just need zombies.
I'm obsessed with zombies. I like watching zombie movies and I read zombie books.
People with no human values are worse than zombies.
There's no scientific basis for zombieism
except for some experiments in the Caribbean with blowfish toxins that put people in a state of near death with almost imperceptible respiration and pulse, but there was no actual, you know, raising of the dead.
Who would have ever thought I'd be afraid of a zombie, any kind of zombie? Nicely ironic that.
I'm telling you people; its a zombie attack. Z to the Oto the M to the B to the I,E. ZOMBIE ... -Bubba
Vampires get the joy of flying around and living forever, werewolves get the joy of animal spirits. But zombies, they're not rich, or aristocratic, they shuffle around. They're a group phenomenon, they're not very fast, they're quite sickly. So what's the pleasure of being one?
Have you ever wanted to smash a car? Or break a television? Or maybe burn a big fire in the middle of a city square? If the answer is yes, then you'd have some fun during a zombie infestation. It's the little moments, you know?
What this movie needs is more brain eating zombies.
Zombies weren't the true plague of the world, laziness was.
I think zombies are kind of cute."
"I may be thinking about bunnies. Which one has the fluffy little tail, zombies or bunnies?"
"Then it's bunnies I'm thinking of.
What is that smell? (Nick)
(It was like three-day-old cat vomit mixed with rotten asparagus.)
Duck urine. It keeps the zombies from thinking I'm human. (Mark)
Yeah, well it keeps me from thinking you're sane. (Nick)
Finally they had started shooting zombies. That was much better.
Zombie Super Powers, activate, you fucking bitches.
Expand. Why stick to just killing zombies? Or killing them just one way.
The worst part about zombies raging unchecked is the slow paralysis that they induce in people who aren't quite zombies yet. The rest of us un-zombies turn our heads, hoping the ghouls will just go away.
If I was in a zombie apocalypse, I wouldn't be playing music, because that would attract zombies.
My understanding of zombie movies is people rising from the dead, from their graves, stuff like that, and walking very slowly.
The zombies were like Canadians, in that they looked enough like real people at first, to fool you.
That's what's happening... zombies are out... but in hour movie... not in series.
A stocky zombie with curly orange hair
I can't really make fun of zombies. They're not liars. They're not cheats.
Two things that can never be contained? Velociraptors and zombies. ~Carrow Graie
Have you ever felt as if other people were smarter than you? Quicker on the uptake? Zombies feel this way every day.
I am a zombie fan, but all of the zombie stories I've enjoyed started when the dead rose and ended three days later with everybody looking exhausted. I was thinking, 'What happens in 20 years?'
I'll never get sick of zombies. I just get sick of producers.
He was surrounded by zombies. And not the good type. It
Zombies can't believe the energy we waste on nonfood pursuits.
What kind of maggot grows in the corpse of a day?
French zombie chauffeur.
A non-frightening zombie is a lame zombie.
Take off your undead blinders and open your dismembered arms to progress. Fast zombies are scarier, plain and simple!
Zombies, believe me, are more terrifying than colonists.
With small-town America it's always either zombies or communists isn't it.
Most zombie stories, the problems they solve are not the actual zombies. The problems they solve are the human interactions.
When Jesus said "Whoever eats my flesh & drinks my blood has eternal life" John 6:54 He was CLEARLY talking to Zombies & Vampires
Zombies, mummies - they're disgusting and gross. You don't want to make out with a mummy. At least, I don't.
In a zombie apocalypse, I expect insane things to happen.
When I started writing, there was nothing about zombies. It was all teen movies, which to me are scarier than zombies, but that's another story.
My stories are about humans and how they react, or fail to react, or react stupidly. I'm pointing the finger at us, not at the zombies. I try to respect and sympathize with the zombies as much as possible.
People called '28 Days' and '28 Weeks' zombie movies, and they're not! It's some sort of virus; they're not dead.
I sympathize with the zombies and am not even sure they are villains. To me they are this earth-changing thing. God or the devil changed the rules, and dead people are not staying dead.
Has anyone ever been more lovesick than a zombie, that pale, dull metaphor for love, all animal craving and lurching, outstretched arms, his very existence a sonnet about how much he wants those brains?
Zombies don't respect conspiracy. Conspiracy is for the living.
We'd be unfeeling, unconscious zombies if we did.
I am a huge zombie fan. I have probably seen the George Romero movies 100 times each, without exaggeration.
With the Romero zombie, you usually did not have a reason for the infection, the plague, the virus, whatever it's called.
Real life ... Witches: Wiccan practitioners. Werewolves: rare strain of rabies. Zombies: Prions/Plague. Vampires: Hemophilia/Porphyria
Are zombies possible? They're not just possible, they're actual. We're all zombies. Nobody is conscious - not in the systematically mysterious way that supports such doctrines as epiphenomenalism. *It would be an act of desperate intellectual dishonesty to quote this assertion out of context!
The zombie is in a lot of ways the perfect horror movie bad guy. It plays on so many fears all at once. The fear of predators, the fear of disease and the fear of loved ones betraying us - the ones we care about are turning around and trying to eat us.
I think of Jesus coming down from Heaven to shame me and everyone here before he gathers his posse of fellow zombies and orders them to devour us all in every way possible - to skin us alive so Jesus and his pals can wear new skins for their trips back to Heaven or the Tenderloin in San Francisco.
Real ladies can give orders, Real gentlemen can take them, and Real zombies don't eat brains.
The dead have a presence.
All those decaying zombies eating people and tearing out their guts." She laughed. "Cool!
Do zombies eat doughnuts with their fingers? you might ask. No. They usually eat their fingers separately.
Since I had a soft spot for zombies and my curiosity was killing me, I opted for plan Z.
Zombies are a fairly new addition to the cannon of monsterdom. Really, the modern zombie goes back just to the 'Night of the Living Dead.' There's a ton of material out there, but it seems like there's not a lot of diversity out there.
I'm a walking zombie and I think I'm going to be like that for a while.
Zombies are far better than religious people, because they do not discriminate in killing.
I finished 'The Hunger Games' trilogy, and I love most anything with zombies.
Bad news is, they've figured out I'm alive. Worse news, I can't be sure about them. Their decomposing stench burns my throat. They don't sound very big. Maybe they're pygmy zombies.
I think that's the great thing about zombies, is, you know, going back to even 'Night of the Living Dead,' they've always been a tool for kind of holding up a mirror to us and showing us something about ourselves that we might not otherwise know.
Man, I don't read books! I just read a bunch of 'Walking Dead' comics. I don't even read comics, but zombies are something I just can't get enough of.
I'm lost, Zombie." "I'll find you." "I can't move." "I'll carry you.
I love any comedic zombie movies.
One fine day you've got to give your body to somebody, or turn into a fully-fledged zombie.
It doesn't matter what clothes you had or what shoes you had, or how cool you were, or how many Facebook friends you garnered, what will matter in the end is what weapons you had, how many zombies you killed, and how long you survived.