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Peter
PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:16 am  Reply with quote
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Im your opinion, what film shows the most dangerous kind of zombies?
¿Fast ones from Dawn's remake or 28-whatever-later saga? ¿The fast ones from last film called Day of the dead (it's not a remake) that can walk on the ceiling? ¿The atomic zombies from "Los zombis atómicos" that can shoot guns very acurately? ¿Land of the Dead zombies? ¿Re-Animator zombie cappable of intestine handling? ¿The zombies of Moratau? Wink
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Not seeing the new Day of the Dead I'll go with the new Dawn of the Dead, fast and deadly.
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Although i have never seen the extense zombie film library yet, i can say with no doubt and definitely, that Land and Dawn Zombies are the most Dangerous.

Why?

Remember that the 28 dd/mm/yy later franchise shows infected people, and despite their fast and violent behaviour, you can kill´em or hurt them with a shot/beat/burn in whatever the part of the body you like, They are human beings, a very ill kind of humans.

Besides, whatever it shows on other films are carbon copy plus another little things, so, i don´t consider them. je! Razz

Another reason i choose Dawn Remake and Land zombies is because:

Dawn R Zombies has all the physical assets of the romerian universe zombie, and plus, they´re f***ing fast.

and Land´s because they has all the physical assets of the romerian universe zombie, and plus, they are getting smarter.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:13 pm  Reply with quote
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Good points, Big!
I agree with Merrin. And with Big. I thought that both movies show us the worst case zombie outbreak. But I consider even more dangerous the f***ng fast ones than the clever ones... and posibly, I'm wrong... and I am uderstimating what a smart zombie cand do... Sad
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Father Merrin
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The logic of Land though was you can teach dogs a trick or two, it's more simple learning than total understanding so I will have to go with scary speed. My one hope after watching Dawn the original as a kid was they were slow and I could outrun them, that was taken away from me with the remake Sad Signed a very frightened Merrin Crying or Very sad Sad
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mmmhh i smell a great debate cooking!

well, i´m agree with you two guys, speed is the most dangerous asset that an undead can have. but...

..as Merrin said, tricks DO the trick, i remember Big Daddy (me, of course) teaching one follower to point an assault rifle "accurately" and shoot to a soldier, teaching a butcher to use his axe and so on. In fact, i think Big Daddy (me) does´nt teach´em anything at all, he simply help them to REMEMBER and lead the assault to the city.

I think that underestimating is not the word Pete, i rather call it "resistance to the "smart factor"" . It happens to me, i have not yet used to see smart zombies, it kind of take away the nature itself of the undead.

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Surely they can never get back all their memory processes because as the undead they are rotting including their brains so ipso facto bits are dropping off them all the time. Like in 28 days later zombies should disintegrate slowly over time and even if smart when newly dead this will soon pass BUT a fresh zombie with speed and the remainder of intelligence, the uber zombie!!!!!!!! It doesn't worth thinking about, oh dear I have, I need new pants :O.: Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad :reservista:
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Father Merrin wrote:
BUT a fresh zombie with speed and the remainder of intelligence, the uber zombie!!!!!!!!


Yeah! it´s almost the perfect monster that humanity expected, i say monster in the mass sense of the zombies. Twisted Evil

One thing i saw in your comment. The zombies sooner or later will disintegrate. that reminds me a world war Z tale, in which explains that zombies at warmer latitudes will decompose quickly than the ones in colder latitudes. That applies also in warmer and colder seasons. so, we have mother nature in our side ! Cool

Also, Zombies near the equator will be more active than the ones "living" far that line (at south or north) so, that´s another danger feature, not of the zombie itself, but as a "plus" that is a threat for us.

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Older zombies would also be easier to detect as the stench of them would increase and so give earlier warning of their presence.
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Father Merrin wrote:
Older zombies would also be easier to detect as the stench of them would increase and so give earlier warning of their presence.


...and believe me, THEY DO STINK!
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Big Daddy wrote:
Father Merrin wrote:
Older zombies would also be easier to detect as the stench of them would increase and so give earlier warning of their presence.


...and believe me, THEY DO STINK!


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yeah! it´s real!

once i had this "close encounter" with a corpse while climbing a mountain near my hometown. eeek, it was quite disgusting...

and it was at least one week laying there!
sorry, no more details, or i will ruin your tasty tea again! jejejeje Wink Razz
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Big Daddy wrote:
yeah! it´s real!

once i had this "close encounter" with a corpse while climbing a mountain near my hometown. eeek, it was quite disgusting...

and it was at least one week laying there!
sorry, no more details, or i will ruin your tasty tea again! jejejeje Wink Razz


Yes, I remember that fact. And the pic from that newspaper you posted once... disgusting... :caca:
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Peter wrote:
Big Daddy wrote:
yeah! it´s real!

once i had this "close encounter" with a corpse while climbing a mountain near my hometown. eeek, it was quite disgusting...

and it was at least one week laying there!
sorry, no more details, or i will ruin your tasty tea again! jejejeje Wink Razz


Yes, I remember that fact. And the pic from that newspaper you posted once... disgusting... :caca:


jajaja! yeah! that´s the one!
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Big Daddy wrote:
Peter wrote:
Big Daddy wrote:
yeah! it´s real!

once i had this "close encounter" with a corpse while climbing a mountain near my hometown. eeek, it was quite disgusting...

and it was at least one week laying there!
sorry, no more details, or i will ruin your tasty tea again! jejejeje Wink Razz


Yes, I remember that fact. And the pic from that newspaper you posted once... disgusting... :caca:


jajaja! yeah! that´s the one!
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I missed that story but as awful stories go a friends mum was a cleaner for doctor who went to help a boy who had fallen out of a window onto railings, the doctor took his pulse on the neck and the head came away, apparently the doctor as far as I know never went back to work!
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