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Zombie Movies by Glenn Kay
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Oct 27, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: eye-candy, nonfictions

This book was missing a few notables: namely BLACK SHEEP (about zombie sheep) and SHIVERS (which should've been included in the section on movies that were SORTA zombie movies), but otherwise, totally worth checking out. Organizes the movies by era. Devotes several pages to more noteworthy zombie flicks like NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Includes some fascinating facts, such as the reason that NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is now public domain. Has a good, quick-access review system. And offers their Top 25 (I think) zombie flicks at the end--and they tell you if each one is available on dvd--along with a list of "almost zombie movies." All in all, this made for a fun afternoon of reading. Not a book you'll read from cover to cover, but fantastic to pick around in.

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