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Think ZOMBIE is dying out think again....According to GlobeandMail
"Is it coincidence that zombies are pop culture’s most conspicuous viral epidemic at a time when things like technology, science, economics, population surge and politics are making our humanity feel more precarious than ever? Is it them or us that’s walking dead?
Apart from the vampire, another figure of predatory postmortal pedigree in conspicuous 21st-century demand, the zombie is, hands-down, the most unkillably popular horror figure of our day. Unlike the vampire, which soars on an updraft of dark romanticism and forbidden eroticism and has its roots in centuries-old literary and folkloric traditions, the zombie – the walking corpse starving for flesh and despatched only with a well-placed projectile to the skull – is neither very romantic, sexy or even that old. Forty-five this year, in fact.
For the zombie apocalypse really began in Pittsburgh in 1967, when Romero, at the time a 27-year-old maker of industrial films and commercials, decided to make a super-cheap horror movie because he was bored with his day job. His inspiration? The day during that day job when he was shooting kid’s TV host Mr. Rogers getting a tonsillectomy for public-broadcasting educational purposes. This is kind of gross, he presumably thought. But this is also kind of cool.
So George Romero, also inspired by Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend and EC Comics of the 1950s, gathers some friends, colleagues and a tiny pot of production money, and starts to make a movie about what happens when a NASA probe to Venus returns to Earth with some irradiated whatever on board. The dead return to life and feed on the living, and the living learn – when not squabbling suicidally among themselves – that the only way to stop the marauding munchketeers is by blowing their brains out. Not that they were really using them, anyway.
And herein lies the secret to the current global zombie apocalypse: By making the monsters – which Romero had originally only referred to as “ghouls” – an unstoppable army of lurching, somnambulistic automatons who could be fired upon with utter impunity, Night of the Living Dead introduced one of the most sensationally visceral and subtextually versatile monsters in the history of horror movies. The zombie, as the figure came to be called – and which really bore only scant relation to its Afro-Caribbean voodoo progenitor – was an all-purpose metaphor of maximum interpretability. Basically, anything that evoked de-individualization on a mass or epidemic scale – consumerism, communism, conservatism, conformism, Vietnam, civil rights, viral epidemic, the Silent Majority, mass media, Homeland Security, reality TV – could be projected onto the infinite blankness of the living dead."
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