Monday, May 7, 2012

28 Days Later

Is about a virus named Rage that is usually found in monkeys, but a lab was doing testing on them and made it stronger. Some animal lovers broke in the lab to set them free but got bitten and virus spends to people and the infected took over. 28 days later a man named Jim wakes up in a hospital that is abandoned, not knowing what is going on walks around trying to find someone. He walks in the empty streets of London, seeing missing people posters, trash, and cars everywhere but out a single person. Jim soon finds out what happened to everyone, he saw someone in the distances and goes see who or what it was. He ends up getting chanced down the street by a group of infected, two survivors come out of nowhere and help Jim get away to safety. They stay together and make a tip to safety and to survive, they meet more people on the way and lose people.
When I first watch 28 Days Later I fall in love with it. It’s one of those movies you just don’t want to stop watching. If you’re a zombie lover or just a horror film lover it’s a profit movie to watch. If you haven’t seen it go watch it and you won’t regret it. They made a second one named 28 Weeks Later. Which is also good, so to all you zombie lovers out there let’s hope the world keeps making movies like this and hope it ever gets old. Thinks for reading Zombie Media see you next time.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012


The movie Fido is in the 1950s and the world is in an all not war with zombies. This little town fences themselves away from the infected and tries to live normal lives. A company named Zomcon invents a collar that controls zombies; every house hold has a zombie to do everyday things around the house. Fido is the house hold zombie for the Robinson’s. Timmy is the lonely son and don’t have many friends so he befriends Fido. The story is that Fido collar start to malfunctions and people start dying.  People blame Fido for the missing people and Timmy fights to keep his friend alive.Fido was made in 2006 and the Director was Andrew Currie and the stars was Keun Loder, Billy Connolly and Carrie-Anne Moss. The cast was profit for the parts. I give it a 6 out of 10 zombie heads.
            When I first pick up this movie I didn’t really know what I was getting myself in to. It was a cheery side of the zombie world. It’s a movie I would say to watch if you like movie settings in the 50’s or if you’re a zombie love. It shows that zombies are people to and their not just mindless creatures; they have feelings and can love. So thanks for reading Zombie Media see you next time.