If nothing else, Zombie has been the most influential and popular zombie story since Romero Dawn of the Dead. The key to its appeal may lie in its simple longevity. Just as Robert Kirkman’s comic book original published an impressive 193 issues, the AMC TV series also lasted seemingly forever. Through 10 and seasons (with another and more spin-offs to come), Zombie Tapped into the real horror of zombies: they never stop.
You can run until your muscles come out. You can hide until your stomach starts to rumble. But no matter how far you go or how long you wait, there will be a persistent army of dead stalking your tail, trailing behind the stench of meat. Zombie has gone through many cast changes and has rotated through a variety of narrative styles. However, in all, the zombies remained unchanged. And thanks to incredible work from producer, director and visual effects artist Greg Nicotero, they’ve never been so iconic. – Alec Bojalad
Apocalypse? Is not! Zombies in fantasy rom-com Push buttons are not shivering, hungry monsters, and its leaders are not survivalists. They are Ned and Chuck, a baker with the ability to resurrect corpses (for exactly one minute, then another automatically dies in their place) and the dead but reincarnated girlfriend that he can never be touched (if they touch , she dies again for good).
Played by Lee Pace and Anna Friel, Ned and Chuck are delightful, as are the rest of Bryan Fuller’s whimsical carnival. That includes Kristin Chenoweth (does she sing? course she sings), Ellen Greene (Audrey from The Little Shop of Horrors movie), Swoosie Kurtz (her name is Swoosie!), Chi McBride, and a golden retriever. After a local agent discovers Ned’s resurrecting powers, they work together to solve the murders. Ned momentarily revives his victims to hear their stories, and so begins the most intriguing detective story of all time.
The only pain of Push buttons was it canceled too soon, airing only two seasons on ABC from 2007-2009. Without a body as handsome as a man, this is a zombie TV that will fill your heart with cheers. . – Louisa Mellor
In the meat
What if zombies could be recovered? What if, after they have had an upset stomach, they can be arrested, given medication, and reintegrated into the community? Will they be welcome back? How will they deal with guilt? That is the premise of Dominic Mitchell’s In the meata British horror dark comic about difference.
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