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"Zombies dont mess with other zombies." - Bill Murray

"Zombies are the new vampire." - Stephen King

"Zombies are the new vampires." - Mireille Enos

"Is that about farting zombies?" - Bill Allred

"Zombies are the blue-collar monsters" - George A Romero

"Zombies are eternal. They're like dinosaurs." - Roberto Aguirresacasa

"I love zombies. If any monster could Riverdance, it would be zombies." - Craig Ferguson

"I like my zombies slow and I like my zombies stupid." - Seth Grahame-Smith

"I like my zombies slow and I like my zombies stupid." - Seth Grahamesmith

"When life gives you lemons, throw them at the zombies." - Bruce Campbell

"Zombies can't believe the energy we waste on nonfood pursuits." - Patton Oswalt

"Unfortunately, zombies aren't very flammable, and it went out instantly." - Amanda Hocking

"Unfortunately, zombies are' very flammable, and it went out instantly." - Amanda Hocking

"What this movie needs is more brain eating zombies." - Christopher Moore

"Not really a party until someone brings the surprise zombies." - Sarah Rees Brennan

"Two things that can never be contained? Velociraptors and zombies." - Kresley Cole

"Zombies are the proletariat. Long live the workers!" - Justine Larbalestier

"I think that period dramas just need zombies." - Lily James

"Zombies, believe me, are more terrifying than colonists." - Frantz Fanon

"I actually have a very real, irrational fear of zombies." - Jessica De Gouw

"I happen to like vampires more than zombies." - Martin Scorsese

"I'm like my zombies. I won't stay dead!" - George A Romero

"Poetry is emotion, passion, love, grief - everything that is human. It is not for zombies by zombies." - F Sionil Jose

"The worst part about zombies raging unchecked is the slow paralysis that they induce in people who aren't quite zombies yet. The rest of us un-zombies turn our heads, hoping the ghouls will just go away." - Andrei Codrescu

"What is it with you and the Wizard of Oz references? Zombies and werewolves and vamps, oh my. Zombies and werewolves and..." - Christopher Golden

"This is the part in the movie where that guy says, "Zombies? What zombies?" just before they eat his brains. I don't want to be that guy." - Holly Black

"Why are people always shooting zombies? Why not just chop their heads off? How can zombies get you if you have a good sword?" - Linden Ashby

"I also have always liked the monster within idea. I like the zombies being us. Zombies are the blue-collar monsters." - George A Romero

"When I started writing, there was nothing about zombies. It was all teen movies, which to me are scarier than zombies, but that's another story." - Max Brooks

"One mind awake can become stronger than a thousand zombies sleepwalking in a dying civilization." - Alex Smith

"Of course, REAL zombies never get the giggles when they look at each other..." - Bill Watterson

"Bubba there zombies.....and there trying to eat me!" -Nick Gautier" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"If 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger,' how do you explain zombies?" - Bob Saget

"The best was The Yardbirds. I still love The Yardbirds and The Zombies." - Cassandra Peterson

"I'm obsessed with zombies. I like watching zombie movies and I read zombie books." - Kevin Bacon

"There is no story that can't be improved by adding zombies." - Kelley Armstrong

"I finished 'The Hunger Games' trilogy, and I love most anything with zombies." - Rachel Gibson

"I'm a total nerd. I love comic books and video games and most of all zombies!" - Katie Leclerc

"I'm a big fan of zombies, and I have a zombie tattoo on my leg." - Tyler Posey

"I always thought of the zombies as being about revolution, one generation consuming the next." - George A Romero

"I can't really make fun of zombies. They're not liars. They're not cheats." - George A Romero

"I'll never get sick of zombies. I just get sick of producers." - George A Romero

"I think zombies are kind of cute." "Seriously?" "I may be thinking about bunnies. Which one has the fluffy little tail, zombies or bunnies?" "Bunnies." "Then it's bunnies I'm thinking of." - Derek Landy

"I think zombies are kind of cute." "Seriously?" "I may be thinking about bunnies. Which one has the fluffy little tail, zombies or bunnies?" "Bunnies." "Then it's bunnies I'm thinking of." - Derek Landy

"Zombies aren't about zombies. It's not about the dead bodies. I think it's a very hopeful subgenre. It says that regardless of what happens, humanity will get through it. We'll figure out a way to survive." - Gene Luen Yang

"I think zombies would fit in anywhere. You can tell any story, and put zombies in it. I don't know how I'd find the backing, but I think it'd be great to make a zombie gangster movie." - George A Romero

"I love zombies. I don't know how else to answer that... I have trouble falling asleep, so there are certain scenarios I use in my head to relax. I find sniping zombies very relaxing." - Jhonen Vasquez

"My stories are about humans and how they react, or fail to react, or react stupidly. I'm pointing the finger at us, not at the zombies. I try to respect and sympathize with the zombies as much as possible." - George A Romero

"Since zombies are not fully dead, they upset the essential balance of nature: no animals eat zombies, apparently, and zombies do not seem to decay, at least, not to the point of disintegration and reintegration back into the soil, so the food chain, or the circle of life, seems to end or be short-circuited by their existence. Zombies fulfill the worst potentialities of humans to create a hellish kingdom on earth of endless, sterile repetition and boredom." - Kim Paffenroth

"Zombies are the real lower-class citizens of the monster world and that's why l like them." - George A Romero

"Since I had a soft spot for zombies and my curiosity was killing me, I opted for plan Z." - Darynda Jones

"You'd be surprised how many people in the modern age no longer fear zombies as much as teletubies." - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"A lot of the conventions aren't full of "Cheers" fans. They are more themed for fans of monsters and zombies." - George Wendt

"The fact that you've got zombies in this movie allows you to make slightly bolder choices tonally." - Matt Smith

"Pop culture is more and more about skulls and skeletons and zombies and vampires, and that's not just on Halloween." - Michael Almereyda

"The zombies were like Canadians, in that they looked enough like real people at first, to fool you." - Kelly Link

"I do enjoy Gothic fiction or books about zombies if they are well written and I like vampires." - Roddy Doyle

"In entertainment, zombies are so played out. I have a gut sense that people are getting tired of apocalyptic scenarios." - Jamais Cascio

"I keep a little notebook of things that I can do to the zombies that might be silly and fun." - George A Romero

"Zombies, what are you going to do with them? Just keep chopping them up, shooting at them, shooting at them." - Martin Scorsese

"The main jokes in this film are about big things, love and life and zombies - we all get that." - Simon Pegg

"I quickly decided my zombies weren't really zombies. It was instead something you called people who were on this club drug, who then exhibited aggressive behaviors. And then like everyone who writes about zombies, I found it was so much fun." - Jess Walter

"Holly: Seriously, you don't like unicorns? What kind person doesn't like unicorns? Justine: What kind of a person doesn't like zombies? What have zombies ever done to you? Holly: Zombies shamble. I disapprove of shambling. And they have bits that fall off. You never see a unicorn behaving that way. Justine: I shamble. Bits fall off me all the time: hair, skin cells. Are you saying you disapprove of me?" - Holly Black

"Zombies are then a symbol of our own mad urges to destroy ourselves, and a terrifying portent that we might succeed." - Kim Paffenroth

"I wasn't crying, my eyes were running. My eyes were running because there were pieces of zombies all over my toys. Jesus." - Laurell K Hamilton

"Secularism, materialism, and the intrusive presence of things have put out the light in our souls and turned us into a generation of zombies." - Aiden Wilson Tozer

"My faith is that I don't believe in fate! We are not puppets or zombies of destiny. We are the main painters of our life's canvas." - Mehmet Murat Ildan

"Something coming back from the dead was almost always bad news. Movies taught me that. For every one Jesus you get a million zombies." - David Wong

"This is the way the world ends; not with a bang or a whimper, but with zombies breaking down the back door." - Amanda Hocking

"Have you ever felt as if other people were smarter than you? Quicker on the uptake? Zombies feel this way every day." - Scott Kenemore

"When the dawn was still long hours away, bad thoughts took on flesh and began to walk. In the middle of the night thoughts became zombies." - Stephen King

"When fighting zombies, the only comfort one can have-if, indeed, it can be called a "comfort"-is knowing where the zombies are. "They are over there, and we are over here. When they come at us, we're going to shoot them down. That's how it's going to work. They're just zombies, and they're way over there. No way are we going to f*** this up." But when zombies then unexpectedly pop up behind you-Bam!-the whole battle plan's not so cut and dried, is it, Mr. Tough Guy?" - Scott Kenemore

"I have a screened in porch, and it's nice to curl up with a book outside when it's raining, especially an old battered classic like 'Pride & Prejudice & Zombies." - Amanda Hocking

"Knowing without any doubt that the newly elected cannot help but be his zombies, Obama is the cat who swallowed the canary." - Judi McLeod

"The dead walk among us. Zombies, ghouls-no matter what their label-these somnambulists are the greatest threat to humanity, other than humanity itself." - Max Brooks

"I'm a tomboy. I really love sports. I'm really looking forward to being the sniper gal, running around and shooting zombies. I find that really exhilarating." - Laurie Holden

"The way superheroes dominate the fictional landscape now, along with dystopian futures and zombies. Yeah, definitely - I think these stories function as a kind of mythology for us." - Adam Frank

"I came up with an idea to turn the cliche inside out: instead of humans threatened by zombies, what if a sympathetic zombie was threatened by humans?" - Brian Pinkerton

"If there had been zombies on the iceberg when the Titanic hit it, that would have made a much better movie." - Chuck Palahniuk

"I have an idea for a movie called 'The Walken Dead' which is about a town where, instead of zombies, everyone becomes Chris Walken." - Robin Williams

"I loved killing zombies in 'Day of the Dead.' I basically welcome anything that involves being dirty or bloody or shooting guns." - Annalynne Mccord

"'Feed' is about zombies and politics and blogging. It's about how George Romero actually saved the world! It's 'Night Of The Living Dead' meets 'The West Wing.'" - Seanan Mcguire

"'The Night of the Living Dead' zombies, I think I might have a shot at surviving. If they're the fast ones, I may have well just give up." - Michael Spradlin

"I like 'Futurama.' That's kind of the only thing that's my sci-fi thing, although I was big into zombies for a time." - Tatiana Maslany

"Zombies are apocalyptic in nature. They belong to a class of monster that doesn't just hunt humans, but seeks to obliterate that entire human race." - Max Brooks

"Zombies are apocalyptic. I think that's why people love them because we're living in, not apocalyptic times, but I think we're living in fear of the apocalyptic times." - Max Brooks

"Zombies let us explore notions of the apocalypse - no water, food, medical care, the government imploding - while letting us sleep at night." - Max Brooks

"A philosopher might find the general work unsophisticated, and scientists are often bemused by esoteric talk of zombies, supervenience, and possible worlds." - David Chalmers

"I have a screened in porch, and it's nice to curl up with a book outside when it's raining, especially an old battered classic like 'Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.'" - Amanda Hocking

"She pictured herself running from a hoard of ravenous zombies on a hot day eventually collapsing from heatstroke and getting devoured. Then she imagined Hal giving a rousing eulogy at her funeral explaining how Kendra's death was a beautiful sacrifice allowing the noble zombies to live on delighting future generations by mindlessly trying to eat them. With her luck it could totally happen." - Brandon Mull

"Don't stop there. I suppose there are also, what, vampires and werewolves and zombies?" "Of course there are. Although you mostly find zombies farther south, where the voudun priests are." "What about mummies? Do they only hang around Egypt?" "Don't be ridiculous. No one believes in mummies." - Cassandra Clare

"Zombies will try to scale any surface no matter how unfeasable or even impossible. In all but the easiest situations, these attempts have met with failure. Even in the case of ladders, when simple hand-over-hand coordination is required, only one in four zombies will succeed." - Max Brooks

"Zombies are the liberal nightmare. Here you have the masses, whom you would love to love, appearing at your front door with their faces falling off; and you're trying to be as humane as you possibly can, but they are, after all, eating the cat. And the fear of mass activity, of mindlessness on a national scale, underlies my fear of zombies." - Clive Barker

"Are zombies possible? They're not just possible, they're actual. We're all zombies. Nobody is conscious - not in the systematically mysterious way that supports such doctrines as epiphenomenalism. *It would be an act of desperate intellectual dishonesty to quote this assertion out of context!" - Daniel Dennett

"They're [zombies] us, you can also have the wrestler zombie, the clown zombie, the Jay Leno zombie and the nun zombie. I've never seen the clown werewolf or vampire. But because zombies are us, at the lowest possible level, they're a lot more versatile for storytelling." - Tom Savini

"Because the idea of zombies seems to make sense, and seems to, in a certain sense, be possible, I think one can use that to argue against the thesis that everything is purely physical. Now many people, I think, agree that the idea of zombies are conceivable, including people who want to be physicalists." - David Chalmers

"I love horror. I love 'The Shining,' 'Friday the 13th,' 'Halloween,' all those kinds of things. I love zombies, especially '28 Days Later' and '28 Weeks Later,' where the zombies are going faster than the George Romero ones. I love being scared; there's something that's awesome about your heart rate going up like that." - Ricky Schroder

"Zombies are so popular. There's a lot of chaff out there. For every one person who is legitimately passionate about zombies, there are a hundred people who are thinking, 'Hey, I can make a buck off of this.' The problem is that some of their stuff is so lame." - Max Brooks

"I think that the invasion of suburbia, our homes and our families, by this indefatigable, unstoppable force like zombies is frightening and personal. And it's so much more frightening than a national park like Disneyland being invaded by Martians. I think that's the enduring appeal of zombies." - Marc Price

"There was something about clowns that was worse than zombies. (Or maybe something that was the same. When you see a zombie, you want to laugh at first. When you see a clown, most people get a little nervous. There's the pallor and the cakey mortician-style makeup, the shuffling and the untidy hair. But clowns were probably malicious, and they moved fast on those little bicycles and in those little crammed cars. Zombies weren't much of anything. They didn't carry musical instruments and they didn't care whether or not you laughed at them. You always knew what zombies wanted.)" - Kelly Link

"This was good, except that now I had two crazed, burning zombies standing between me and the exit, plus another one that wasn't on fire. I had not thought this plan through at all." - Amanda Hocking

"Say what you will about zombies and their hygeine issues,at least they kill you fast.College acceptance boards? They like to draw out the torment as long as possible." - Kiersten White

"So, been attacked by any vampires yet?" "Not one." "Zombies? Giant spiders? Water monsters?" It's been really quiet on the supernatural front" "Too bad, 'cause I got attacked by a devil dog. It was not awesome." - Rachel Caine

"Are you sure I ca' catch it? (Nick) I'm positive. Believe me, I know my zombies. (Bubba) (Nick scoffed.) "Is it just me or is that like saying I know my elves and fairies?" (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"What is that smell? (Nick) (It was like three-day-old cat vomit mixed with rotten asparagus.) Duck urine. It keeps the zombies from thinking I'm human. (Mark) Yeah, well it keeps me from thinking you're sane. (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Well, is' that interesting. (Bubba) I ai' your science experiment, Bubba. I do' want to be interesting and I definitely do' want to be a nubby treat for the zombies. (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"This was good, except that now I had two crazed, burning zombies standing between me and the exit, plus another one that was' on fire. I had not thought this plan through at all." - Amanda Hocking

"Nothing sends the message to your enemy that he has not fully understood the situation on the battlefield-a tactician's greatest sin-like zombies unexpectedly tapping their rear guard on the shoulder and eating their brains." - Scott Kenemore

"Are you sure I can't catch it? (Nick) I'm positive. Believe me, I know my zombies. (Bubba) (Nick scoffed.) 'Is it just me or is that like saying I know my elves and fairies?' (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"What is that smell? (Nick) (It was like three-day-old cat vomit mixed with rotten asparagus.) Duck urine. It keeps the zombies from thinking I'm human. (Mark) Yeah, well it keeps me from thinking you're sane. (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Well, isn't that interesting. (Bubba) I ain't your science experiment, Bubba. I don't want to be interesting and I definitely don't want to be a nubby treat for the zombies. (Nick)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"If you haven't read Zomburbia, you haven't read about zombies. This is a new take and it is scary, freaky, and original. Gallardo resets the zombie bar and it's sky-high. Get this book!" - Nancy Holder

"A true crisis. Class 3 outbreaks, more than any other, demonstrate the clear threat posed by the living dead. Zombies will number in the thousands, encompassing an area of several hundred miles." - Max Brooks

"I like to be nice. I want to be a hero. I want to save people. Or just kill zombies, because they deserve it, because they're already dead and they can't feel it. They don't have feelings." - Aisha Tyler

"I want to go to someone's world. I'll buy it if the world is full of zombies - I'll live there if you give me a strong enough vision of what that world looks like." - Samantha Bee

"I don't think there's any money to be made doing something that's that contemporary without having a spin on it. If there's a London riots film with zombies, that'd have more chance." - Michael Caton-Jones

"My main influences are pop and folk music - Bob Lind, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, the Motown collection, The Zombies, Elliott Smith, and a ton of 70's AM radio hits. I love powerpop too." - Greta Salpeter

"I've never read 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,' although I certainly know what that is. And what I love about that concept is as much as it's a zombie story, it's also 'Pride and Prejudice.'" - Roberto Aguirresacasa

"The trend today is vampires, zombies, angels, all the stuff that puts me right to sleep. It's too bad because it's so much less interesting than the diversity of stories you can tell with science." - Seth Macfarlane

"Zombies don't run. They don't dance. They don't say, "More brains." There is no Thriller Night. Those are stereotypes that are perpetrated by Hollywood, which I think is very irresponsible because it can get you killed." - Max Brooks

"Crazy girls did this, girls who walked like zombies through YA novels. But. Trixie felt the sting of the skin as it split, the sweet welling rise of blood. It hurt, though not as much as everything else idd." - Jodi Picoult

"However, because they have no actual interests of their own (or if they do, they squelch them in order to fit in) and merely pursue those that they think will look best on their college apps, they're zombies." - Meg Cabot

"I think zombies have always been an easy metaphor for hard times. Because they're this big, faceless, brainless group of evil things that will work tirelessly to destroy you and think of nothing else." - Seth Grahamesmith

"There are so many games where you fight aliens or zombies, and they have very high-fidelity graphics, but they don't ask the question of why the events are happening." - Hideo Kojima

"I think zombies have always been an easy metaphor for hard times. Because they're this big, faceless, brainless group of evil things that will work tirelessly to destroy you and think of nothing else." - Seth Grahame-Smith

"When we usually think of fears, in comics or in films, it's most often fears on a relatively superficial level: fear of murderous insects, of ghosts, of zombies, or even fear of dying." - Boaz Lavie

"My zombies will never take over the world because I need the humans. The humans are the ones I dislike the most, and they're where the trouble really lies." - George A Romero

"Zombies are always moving fast in video games. It makes sense if you think about it. Those games are all about hand-eye coordination and how quickly can you get them before they get you." - George A Romero

"I sympathize with the zombies and am not even sure they are villains. To me they are this earth-changing thing. God or the devil changed the rules, and dead people are not staying dead." - George A Romero

"I think that all stories - if you make movies about zombies and aliens - it has always to do with your personal story. If not directly, it is about your fears, your obsessions, things like that." - Marjane Satrapi

"As technology improves, on-screen avatars look more and more like real people. When they start looking too real, though, we pull away. These almost-humans aren't quite right; they look creepy, like zombies." - James Surowiecki

"The Zombies were really unique - they had elements of jazz and classical music in their songs and songwriting. They had a very, very different sound compared to a lot of their contemporaries at the time." - Paul Weller

"Zombies have no memories of their former life. You wont see the undead trying to wash windows or do your taxes. All they know how to do is swarm and feed." - Max Brooks

"I do like the zombie movies quite a bit. I know there are purist zombie guys that don't like the running zombies, but I dig the infected thing. I think that's a scarier incorporation of an element into the genre." - Mark Pellegrino

"What Hamlet suffers from is a lack of zombies. Let us say Rosencrantz and Guildenstern show up-Ho-HO! Now you"ve got something that stirs the, um, something that stirs things that are stirrable. BOOM! A pack of ravenous flesh-eaters breaks open their heads and sucks out their eyeballs. No need for iambic pentameter because they are grunting, groaning annihilators of humanity with no time for meter. You're not asleep in the back of English class anymore, are you? This is what I'm talking about. Zombies. Learn it, live it, love it." - Libba Bray

"Well," he said, "I think we've found our way in. We just wait until they're duking it out, but trust me, these Humans First types don't have a lot of staying power or they'd have been at the gym with me before. I doubt Grandma Kent there is going to do a lot of damage." He pointed at a gray-haired, hunched lady in a shawl, carrying what looked liked a gardening tool. "It's like Plants Versus Zombies, and I'm not rooting for the zombies, weirdly enough." - Rachel Caine

"What Hamlet suffers from is a lack of zombies. Let us say Rosencrantz and Guildenstern show up-Ho-HO! Now you've got something that stirs the, um, something that stirs things that are stirrable. BOOM! A pack of ravenous flesh-eaters breaks open their heads and sucks out their eyeballs. No need for iambic pentameter because they are grunting, groaning annihilators of humanity with no time for meter. You're not asleep in the back of English class anymore, are you? This is what I'm talking about. Zombies. Learn it, live it, love it." - Libba Bray

"I don't think we have enough imaginary creatures in cinema. It seems like we're stuck with zombies, vampires, and werewolves. We should have everything. We should have minotaurs. We should have elves. We should have mermen in popular culture. But instead we've stuck with vampires." - Neil Jordan

"Where did you find that one?" "I have no idea. I'm a magnet for crazies, I guess." "They must be able to sense a kindred spirit." "Your one to talk. Don't you have more hordes of the undead to lead in a glorious revolution?" "Zombies not undead. There's a fine distinction. And no. Right now I'm scouting new talent. The glorious revolution comes tomorrow." - Kiersten White

"Imagine what will happen to this nation if large numbers of American women start using the Wonderbra. It will be catastrophic. The male half of the population will be nothing but mindless drooling Zombies of Lust. Granted, this is also true now, but it will be even worse." - Dave Barry

"OMG YOU GUYS it has come to my attention that SOMEONE on the internet is saying that my fictional 19th century zombies are NOT SCIENTIFICALLY SOUND. Naturally, I am crushed. To think, IF ONLY I'd consulted with a zombologist or two before sitting down to write, I could've avoided ALL THIS EMBARRASSMENT." - Cherie Priest

"The best is when we all go at once, like an army of interrelated popcorn zombies who laugh the same laughs and gasp the same gasps and aren't so germ-phobic with each other that we won't share a ginormous Coke with one straw. Family is useful like that." - Rachel Cohn

"Any time I think out loud, 'I can't believe this is my job,' and remember I am a very lucky duck. Whether marshalling hundreds of zombies, doing crazy stunts or shooting big music numbers, I just feel fortunate to have made my passion my vocation." - Steven Soderbergh

"Zombies smell worse than anything you can imagine if you have' been hunting things on the dark side of the world. It's a ripe, gassy odour, like rotting eggs and meat gone bad, crawling blind with maggots. It's road kill and decayed food and body odour all rolled into one package and tied up with puke." - Lilith Saintcrow

"The best is when we all go at once, like an army of interrelated popcorn zombies who laugh the same laughs and gasp the same gasps and are' so germ-phobic with each other that we wo' share a ginormous Coke with one straw. Family is useful like that." - Rachel Cohn

"Zombies smell worse than anything you can imagine if you haven't been hunting things on the dark side of the world. It's a ripe, gassy odour, like rotting eggs and meat gone bad, crawling blind with maggots. It's road kill and decayed food and body odour all rolled into one package and tied up with puke." - Lilith Saintcrow

"The fact is that many countries that call themselves free succumbed to medical dictatorship...people are sicker and less healthy...A country which mandates vaccination is not a free country...It is a country of zombies who do what they are told by vested interests who intimidate them and use them to make money." - Viera Scheibner

"So instead of the Super Bowl, we've got the Stupor Bowl. Two once-proud teams, now 0-4 and stumbling through the season like zombies. And if you think the Cowboys are bad (and they are), the Redskins are so bad that every few plays you have to put a mirror under thieir noses to make sure they're still breathing." - Tony Kornheiser

"I always say that the characters in Jane Austen's original books are rather like zombies because they live in this bubble of immense wealth and privilege and no matter what's going on around them they have a singular purpose to maintain their rank and to impress others." - Seth Grahame-Smith

"I think the general anxiety of the 1960s - '70s spawned our interest in the living dead. When people worry about the end of their world, they need a safe vessel for all their fears. Zombies provide that vessel because they're 'safe." - Max Brooks



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