Shadowlocked - Flogging A Dead Corpse: The Continuing Decline Of The Zombie Movie

Shadowlocked writes:
It can't have escaped your notice that the walking dead have enjoyed a reanimation of epidemic proportions in the last few years, and it’s all Alex Garland’s fault. Let me explain...

Having provided the source novel for Oscar winning director Danny Boyle’s The Beach (2000), Garland collaborated with the Shallow Grave (1995) and Trainspotting (1996) auteur for 2003's 28 Days Later, a film that lovingly stitched together the choicest parts from the best bodies of science fiction and horror work of the previous few decades into an energetic, entertaining Frankenstein of a movie that managed to resurrect the zombie genre while not, technically, being a zombie movie.

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