Here your list is wrong. You have rated braindead lower than zombieland. You must
be a zombie yourself if you think that. Zombieland, I can't hardly even remember
any of it. Whereas I can remember all of braindead. Its much better, change it now!
We recommend getting your head checked... as
memory loss is a sign of brain damage.
I've seen more complete lists from users of imdb on the forums made in their spare
time and have put less thought in then you have to making your site. Maybe less
HTML coding and more watching of zombie films may help you achieve your goal. I'm
furious you have offended me by your half hearted attempt to educate zombie fans
It's pronounced 'THIS' information
I mean, imagine I hadn't even seen the films on your 'list'
and had stumbled across your site by accident and was led to believe that zombieland
is the best zombie film ever since your rated it the highest ever I would have never
watched another zombie film since it shows little respect for zombies.
4.5 / 5 is NOT the highest ever score... you may want
to re-check your math on that one.
film which pisses me off is Shaun of the dead as it has no gore in it whatsoever.
I hate you.
8 minutes later...
You have rated 28 days higher than 28 weeks!!!! How dare you even make a site with such backward
thinking. Right, I'll spell it out for you. This is what makes zombies good, it's good to kill them.
As in it is right, just and you don't have to feel 'guilty' for enjoying watching them get decimated,
as you would, say, an innocent woman. Therefore, the better the zombie deaths and gore, the better
the film. 28 weeks later has an immensely awesome scene in which many zombies are ripped to shreds
by helicopter blades. This is shown from several angles to HIGHLIGHT the gore and special fx. There
is next to no gore in 28 days.
Sort yourself out,
10 minutes later...
What are you on? You have given Dawn of the dead a perfect score. Please enlighten me with the
criteria in which you draw from in order to come to such a dire, copycat conclusion. I wonder what
It is you like so much about it. Is it the pink blood? Is it the diabolical make up (i.e. only pale
green face paint)? Jesus wept Day of the dead is infinitely better, it has red blood for starters.
You should let me rate your list since you seem to have trouble remembering which films are which as
it's the only reason I can't think of as to why you'd get them all wrong.
A different opinion does not equal wrong. Different isn't the same as wrong...
YET ANOTHER 8 minutes later...
Just read your review of Dawn. You said you think the best kill is the helicopter blade kill. Well I
refer you to when I mentioned the 28 weeks helicopter blade scene. What really got to me with your spewing
of a review was when you said something like, you would still like it even if it didn't have zombies in. This
proves you are not a zombie fan at all.
You're right, we made a zombie fan site because we aren't zombie fans. We just really have nothing better to do,
like write letters to zombie fan sites. :P
All kidding aside, it's obvious to us that it is you who is not a real zombie fan. It's very clear that the only
thing you want to see in a zombie movie is Gore. You
know, there are plenty of other movies you can watch to fulfil your need for gore.
The zombie genre is about the combination of survival, unqiue plots and stories, horror, atmosphere, characters...
etc. It should not be based solely on gore.
Our outlook is to go beyond only violence and gore. Most of the feedback we get is positive (this is because most people realize
everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and all we're doing is expressing ours). In fact, the movie most people write to us
about is Shaun of the Dead. People love the story, characters and humor. It doesn't need a lot of blood and guts to be good,
as it carries itself on it's quality. In other words, it doesn't have to rely on shock-value
alone to keep viewers interested, it holds
itself up on its own.
Romero fans consider Dawn to be his masterpiece. We had a long running poll on the front page of this site
asking visitors to select their favorite Romero movie, and the result was overwhelmingly in favor of Dawn of the Dead. It's clear
you didn't understand what we meant when we spoke about liking it even without zombies, but it all goes back to the point we've been trying to make... a great story and enticing characters will make a great flick, regardless of the genre.
We also didn't say we would consider Dawn our favorite movie if there were no zombies, we were just saying that it was a good
story even without the zombies. The fact that you think we aren't zombie fans because we might like a movie without
zombies in it, is laughable.
Gore is not a bad thing, because in the Zombie genre, it's a huge plus... when
used correctly. A film
cheapens itself if it must rely on gore alone to keep the viewers attention.
It's comparable to how a person cheapens themselves by telling others to A. Fuck
off, B. That they're hated and C. That their optinions are wrong,
just because they
don't have the same outlook as you.
We respect the fact that you love gore, but that makes you a fan of Gore-porn, not Zombie movies.
P.S. If you're willing to be open minded, and watch a zombie movie with almost no gore but a great story, take a look at our Fido Movie Review.