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Old 11-09-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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Nice shots of the Merchant City, City Centre and George Square in Glasgow there
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Any chance this might be the last zombie thing we have to put up with?
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Think of them as training films in case the republicans squeek out the next one.
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Those zobmies will run out of themselves real quick, using tactics like that.
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Heh. Hey, I don't begrudge anyone their genres. It is just a weird thing - I might be the only person like this - but I never got the zombie thing. I mean, from the first Romero film onward, I could never quite remain entertained by the premise.

Such is life, or something.
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Personally, I've always liked the 'end-of-the-world' style films, of any type. Asteroids blowing shit up, viruses killing off everyone except Matt Damon, shit like that.

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Heh. Hey, I don't begrudge anyone their genres. It is just a weird thing - I might be the only person like this - but I never got the zombie thing. I mean, from the first Romero film onward, I could never quite remain entertained by the premise.

Such is life, or something.
I used to be the same way, Envoy. You could probably search my posts here and find me saying NO TO ZOMBIES, lol.

I just read some really good books and then I was hooked, the genre has really changed and is more "post-apocolyptic" than shuffling, moaning brain eaters.
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I just find it surreal seeing Glasgow doubling for Philadelphia... seeing Philly municipal vehicles and shit in Glasgow is kind of trippy
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Anyway, this book. Reading this book: sucked, to me. Listen to this book, and it's awesome, they had real actors doing the audiobook and it may have been what got me into Zombies, I honestly can't remember at this point, heh.
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Um, trailer looks great, has absolutely nothing to do with the book though, lol. wtf.
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Me too. Gahhh, this is going to make me seem ancient, but the first film that grabbed me with this was "On The Beach". Still chilling to me, especially because it was so understated. Being just old enough at the time to get a sense of the dread people felt during the nuclear arms race during the late 50's and early 60's, it didn't seem that far-fetched an end to the world at all.
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That is mostly what "zombie stuff" is now, Envoy, as I said. End of the world and run for your fucking life.
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Well, if nothing else, at least zombies can now move fast. That changes things a bit.
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See...

The Zombie Scenario is a biotechnology gone bad scenario, whether by accident or deliberate.

It's also about the fear of emergent viruses like ebola to an extent.

Looked at in that light... as a virus/plague thing, see how it links in with modern fears?
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Yes, it's usually tied to "government experiments gone terribly wrong" as well. Scary Bio-Science in the hands of the Military. Stuff like that. It gives good backstory and in books like the Passage series, which is an interesting twist as they are "vampires" who are more like zombies, it becomes a major plot element.
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It's been about the end of the world since 1964

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Great flick.

ETA: I am Legend was good, but Wil is no Vincent.
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I like the "Waves" of zombies in that trailer.
It's something you don't see much, if at all, in zombie films... yet, it's most likely exactly how they would behave, regardless of if they're the slow or fast kind.

But, good shit.
I'll definitely check out this movie!
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Great flick.

ETA: I am Legend was good, but Wil is no Vincent.
No love for The Omega Man?

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Last Man on Earth though, was the only one that was true to the Matheson's original novel
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Looked at in that light... as a virus/plague thing, see how it links in with modern fears?
My virus scenarios are far more in line with "The Andromeda Strain". I have a hard time wrapping my head around any defect that invades the brain, but leaves the patrons, formally known as "zombies", interested in collaboration and a lot of effort to attack much healthier creatures in search of hors d'oeuvres.

It continues to fail on a conceptual level for me. Opera is the same: fat people breaking out in song? Give me a pause.
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Some day, we should veer away from filmdom, and talk about the authors of the genre that caught us.

I say this by virtue of Luc's mention of Richard Matheson. I don't own many 'precious' items that mean a bit to me, but I do have a few first edition sci-fi books. A couple are Matheson.
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My virus scenarios are far more in line with "The Andromeda Strain". I have a hard time wrapping my head around any defect that invades the brain, but leaves the patrons, formally known as "zombies", interested in collaboration and a lot of effort to attack much healthier creatures in search of hors d'oeuvres.

It continues to fail on a conceptual level for me. Opera is the same: fat people breaking out in song? Give me a pause.
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Certainly makes sense.

I don't know how it goes around, world-wide, but rabies has always been an issue in the American Southwest. I grew up playing in the canyon areas surrounding the growing suburbs, and we were always warned about the possibility of animals in the area with the disease. Every year or two, a kid would get bitten by a wandering dog or something, and have to go through the painful rabies inoculations. To this day, I don't know whether the shots were as bad as described, but I surely know that my behavior and awareness was more altered by fear of those long, long, painful needles than it was by fear of being bitten by a rabid bat or other varmint.
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I say this by virtue of Luc's mention of Richard Matheson. I don't own many 'precious' items that mean a bit to me, but I do have a few first edition sci-fi books. A couple are Matheson.
I DID. Twice.

I talked about the book this movie... isn't based on. I mentioned The Passage.

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AND RIGHT NOW I AM READING A ONE-OFF GHOST STORY BASED ON THE CHARACTER OF AGENT PENDERGAST FROM THE SERIES BY DOUGLAS PETERSON AND LINCOLN CHILD!!!

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I DID. Twice.

I talked about the book this movie... isn't based on. I mentioned The Passage.

No one listens to meeewaaaah!!!!

I'm sorry, I really am. I even intended to mention that I enjoy the book "On The Beach" FAR more than the movie. No slight intended, and I certainly hate to see you slide into all-caps posting.

Anyway, when I am less tired and more coherent, I'll start a "vintage/classic sci-fi fantasy book" thread.

Or something.

I'm sure NO ONE in this thread has read the novella "And Us, Too, I Guess", by George Alec Effinger. It would pain me to think that no one enjoyed the work of Clifford D. Simak.
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The first thing I every read by Simak was "The Big Front Yard" anthology. I became hooked. Simak was such a wonderful humanist. He rendered into science fiction a vision of a world that might have been painted by Norman Rockwell: real, human, kind, thoughtful, and humorous.
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I'm sorry, I really am. I even intended to mention that I enjoy the book "On The Beach" FAR more than the movie. No slight intended, and I certainly hate to see you slide into all-caps posting.

Anyway, when I am less tired and more coherent, I'll start a "vintage/classic sci-fi fantasy book" thread.

Or something.

I'm sure NO ONE in this thread has read the novella "And Us, Too, I Guess", by George Alec Effinger. It would pain me to think that no one enjoyed the work of Clifford D. Simak.
I was joking, silly.

Well.... mostly.
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IClifford D. Simak.
"City" is one of my favourite Novels
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I became hooked.
I should have know it might be you.

Come away with me! <sigh>

Anyway, to keep it pretty intriguing (and local): I remember, fondly, a part of one of my tours with the Partch Ensemble. In 1976 we were doing a West coast tour, and happened to be in San Jose to perform there. IIRC, we took a side trip to Santa Cruz on a free day, where I found a couple of good used book stores. I can still envision this one store with narrow aisles of shelves that went to (seeming) infinite heights. I picked up some great Simak, including my pristine copy of "They Walked Like Men".

You nailed it, Govi, a great humanist, and what a wonderful sense of humor. I miss humor in much of the genre today.
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Well.... mostly.
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They've been doing cardio.

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Will probably pass on this movie. I am a huge fan of the book and this is nothing like the book.
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Anyway, this book. Reading this book: sucked, to me. Listen to this book, and it's awesome, they had real actors doing the audiobook and it may have been what got me into Zombies, I honestly can't remember at this point, heh.
I just downloaded that from Audible today, thanks to Mr. Wil Wheaton's recommendation. Going to listen this afternoon (though sad that the only audiobook available is *gasp* abridged. )
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