“The undead frontier”

Films: Undead or Alive (2007)

Alias: Various, notably Ben Goodman and Sherriff Claypool, also Geroni-monsters

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Desert

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Zombies again. Bored yet? Well don't be. Because now there are COWBOYS involved! Oh wait, we did that already. Just not in a way that everyone noticed much.

History: Right before renowned Apache freedom fighter/medicine man Geronimo was executed by US troops, he placed upon them the White Man's Curse. Basically, a spell that means the local towns can look forward to bloodthirsty zombies with only a semblance of their original intelligence. And sure enough, the curse/infection spreads.

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: After our "heroes" get infected and eat the niece of Geronimo, they find that doing so had cured them. Good for them, but now they have to get rid of the rest of the zombies.

Powers/Abilities: Any contact with the mouth will warrant infection.

Weakness: Decapitation, though eating either the one who placed the curse or their relatives is a cure.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-Standard zombies really, but no less dangerous. Seriously, what kind of screwed up cure is having to eat the perpetrator? We understand it was supposed to be some kind of justice probably. Maybe. But still, Geronimo deserved better and so did his family!

Trivia: -Geronimo was a real-life historical Apache figure, and a damn good one at that. This man was a prominent leader to his people, and was stalwart in his resistance against US domination. Sadly, he died after many a surrender, and as a prisoner of war. He also didn't practice curses. No one does that...we think.

-This film was also known as "Undead or Alive: A Zombedy!" and "Wanted: Undead or Alive".

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Thankfully, the lack of a brain left him open.

if those two are going to guide me to the Afterlife, I want out.

The tiny shotgun suites you better than you think.
And if they don't get you, alchoholism and dyssentry will.