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    The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    There are 2 types of people in the world. Those who like zombie movies, and those who don't. I do. I love them, every ridiculously implausible scene after the other. But I've decided I really like the faster, more aggressive zombies of today's cinema as opposed to the slow, plodding, stupid ones from previous generations. They're so much scarier.

    So, if you enjoy zombie movies now and again, which do you prefer? The classic slow zombies or the new, improved, faster ones?
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    I really don't think a topic this controversial should be discussed here. I think this needs to be moved to the Litter box ASAP.














    ...Oh, we're still here? Ok then, I prefer the medium speed zombies in Shaun of the Dead. It's more interesting to have a zombie that is faster than slow, but slower than fast.

    I hope I didn't offend anyone with this, but it's how I feel.




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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    the classic slow zombies much creepy.

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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    And yes, I do know that by asking this question, I have completely confimed my biggest nerd ever status.
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    I agree with Max Fischer. I like them somewhere in the middle.

    In fact, maybe some slow and some fast would be okay too.


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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    I agree with Max Fischer. I like them somewhere in the middle.

    In fact, maybe some slow and some fast would be okay too.



    I like this idea, why have just one, when you can have two?

    In fact, my presidential vote will go to the candidate that supports my choice to have various zombie speeds available?

    Who's with me?




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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    I like slow ones because the fast ones scare the hell out of me.


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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    Just saw 28 Weeks Later last night at a Midnight showing. I'm a Zombie fanatic and the Ultra Fast ones scare the hell out of me. I have a few suggestions for anybody into the Zombie Genre. There are two books out there that are definite musts. "The Zombie Survival Handbook" is the handbook to have if the dead do happen to come back to life, and "World War Z" about the widespread results of a worldwide zombie infection. Both books are written by Max Brooks.
    If you are into comics, there is an ongoing series out now called "The Walking Dead" which tells the story of a group of survivors trying to survive a major Zombie infestation and for a little deranged fun, look for for "Marvel Zombies". It's the story of what would happen if the Marvel Superheroes wound up becoming Zombies AND maintaining their intelligence. Very entertaining.


    Oh yeah, the Zombie Survival Handbook gives you the in and outs of surviving a Slow movie zombie infestation. If they wind up being fast, You are on your own!!! Just remember, when the Zombie Attack begins.....Follow me to Costco!!
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    The speed of zombies should vary depending on the dramatic circumstances of the scene.

    If it makes it creepier for a mass of slow moving zombies to flow over a pair of teenagers, then by all means go slow.

    If its scarier to see a zombie chase a runner down and rip the flesh off their bones, then fast it is.
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Hamand View Post
    The speed of zombies should vary depending on the dramatic circumstances of the scene.

    If it makes it creepier for a mass of slow moving zombies to flow over a pair of teenagers, then by all means go slow.

    If its scarier to see a zombie chase a runner down and rip the flesh off their bones, then fast it is.

    So you are saying Zombies aren't real?? Oh you are so gone when World War Z begins
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    I still don't understand how there are two different types in the first place. If they are dead, the muscles and blood should flow slowly and make them move the same.
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    Quote Originally Posted by justjohn View Post
    I still don't understand how there are two different types in the first place. If they are dead, the muscles and blood should flow slowly and make them move the same.
    If they're dead they shouldn't need to eat brains either. Who the frell knows?
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    Brains ir good for them.


    BRAINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    i like them slow, my favorite Zombie Movie is called "Dead Men Walking" my cousin made it and its staring my cousins and their friends, its great, I watch it on my ipod all the time
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    Re: The debate rages on...Zombies: Fast vs Slow?

    It depends. A Wham-Bam-Thank-You-Zombie can be really exciting under the right circumstances. But when a Zombie takes extra time to look after my needs, it can be very special.

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