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Films: Zombieland (2009)

Alias: Various

Type: Mutant

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The worst thing you can do in ANY zombie media is grow isolated and paranoid amid the chaos. This film explores why that's a load of BS, and has more than its fair share of fun doing it.

History: It started as Mad Cow Disease. Then it became Mad Person Disease. Now, it's just Mad Zombie Disease. Indeed, all of America has become a wasteland of the undead, where it is heavily advised that no one gets attached to anyone lest they deal with the heartbreak of losing them. For a group of strangers looking for sanctuary, this is going to prove to be a problem. But at least for some of them, killing zombies is only half the fun.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: For this group, the final battle takes place at an abandoned carnival, which pretty much goes off the rails in all the best ways, including the literal sense. After much carny-related chaos, zombie clowns included, the survivors come to realize that being so thoroughly isolated will make them no better than the undead they avoid, and strive to become family.

Powers/Abilities: A bite can lead to infection.

Weakness: Aim for the head.

Scariness Factor: 4-Zombie outbreak, you do the math. This film is not afraid to show how EVERYONE has fallen to the plague. The fat zombies and that goddamn clown zombie are just a couple of standout examples.

Trivia: -Originally, Patrick Swayze was going to play as himself instead of Bill Murray. Unfortunately, he was battling pancreatic cancer at the time.

-This film was actually meant to be a TV series originally, but when all the networks rejected it, they settled for a movie.


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This PLANET is so dead!

Drive safely and violently!
A true horror film creed.

Comedy or not, nobody is safe from infection.

So many sex lives gone in a flash.
May chaos rule the wasteland.

It would be worse if a Killer Klown got the virus.


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