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Nights Of A Zombie Massacre

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Posted 11th October 2010 at 11:44 AM by Bringer Of Funerals

I am here to tell you about my journey with the Undead.

Now I had originally heard of this little horror film named NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and with me being a horror fan I just HAD to see it. It sounded like everything I wanted a horror film to be.

But with me being too young (about 10 yrs old) my mam would not let me see it (and to be honest I don't blame her). I had heard it was about the dead eating people and they were all pus ridden and arms hanging off etc.

Then when I was about 14 I slept round a friends house where I spoke about this Night Of The Living Dead film.

Much to my amazement his dad said he had DAWN OF THE DEAD and put it on for me and from then on I was hooked on the film and couldn't take my eyes off the screen - it was blood everywhere and I enjoyed every second of the film.

Before that film was the Van Damme film Kickboxer but I didn't have any interest in that film at the time so he fast forwarded it to DAWN OF THE DEAD. I had asked to lend it and he said yes.

So I brought it home and watched it again in bed and again I enjoyed it, I kept on fast forwarding Kickboxer.

Eventually I thought oh well i'll give Kickboxer a chance so I watched it and enjoyed it (it became of my fave Van Damme films).

A few yrs later I saw in a 4 dvd pack NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and bought it.

The other 3 films were so interesting I've forgotten what they were, anyway I went home and put on NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD right away.

To my dissapointment I found it to be black & white (I thought it would be colour like DAWN was) but then I thought oh well and continued to watch.

I was amazed at how scary the film was with atmosphere and an impending feel of dread and since then it has became my 2nd fave zombie film (behind DAWN).

Then about 2 yrs later I saw a box set entitled TRILOGY OF THE DEAD in Woolworths for 19.99 and I bought it because I had not seen DAY OF THE DEAD so I went home and watched it and I thought it was the weakest of the lot. I enjoyed it but not as much.

So DAWN OF THE DEAD was my 1st zombie film I had seen.
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