Zombie itself means a dead person who can still move like an alive person. Here, I want to compare two movies about zombie, which are iZombie and Scout Guide to The Zombie Apocalypse. iZombie tells about a career lady who has been infected by a zombie virus and physically die, but she was still conscious and can live like usual. The story is focus on that zombie girl’s daily life which totally change after she became a zombie. In the other hand, Scout Guide to The Zombie Apocalypse tells about a team of high school boys who attend scout
Whereas in the film I Walked With a Zombie, the true terror is not being killed by zombies, but of becoming a zombie oneself. Even though the zombies in both these films are different, they both have something in common, both these films use zombies and their historical backgrounds in order to make these creature more realistic and to fill us with fear which in the end makes us wonder if zombies truly do exist. In the film, I Walked With a Zombie, the use of creative cinematography is immediately revealed in the opening scene. A majestic long shot of two shadowy individuals pleasantly strolling on a windy beach is the first thing we see as the film begins. This beautiful first image is also supposed to be an inside joke since the two strollers are Frances Dee, the actress who plays Betsy, and Darby Jones, the actor who plays Carrefour, the mindless zombie slave of the voodoo priest.
The Cornetto ice-cream exists in each movie with certain colored cone wrapper and the label on Cornetto is related to the topic of the films. In Shaun of the Dead, the cover and label was red that represent zombies and the scenes with blood. In Hot Fuzz, the Cornetto cover was blue in color which symbolizing the police. In The World’s End the wrapper label was green exhibiting the impact of technology on nature. Although the humorous scene of characters jumping over a fence to find a shortcut is included in all three movies, the scenes are slightly different.
Horror has been one of the most powerful and popular genres throughout film history and horror movies have been around since the earliest years of cinema. Most commonly cited as the first horror movie is The Haunted Castle (Le Manoir du diable in French), a short by influential French filmmaker Georges Méliès. Due to his innovations in special effects and filming techniques, he was easily one of the most important early filmmakers. Méliès was more well known for making some of the first science fiction shorts, including A Trip to the Moon and The Impossible Voyage. The Haunted Castle was released in 1896, only eight years after the first film was made.
This gesture is another slap to the face of Ford implying that Twinkies have a better chance of coming back on the store shelves (commercial made during Twinkie bankruptcy) and surviving the Mayan apocalypse than a Ford truck. The sight of Twinkies at this time would make viewers laugh at the idea that the Mayan apocalypse would result in Twinkies making a return to the store shelves. Then, to end the commercial of all things to occur it begins raining frogs. The raining of frogs ends the commercial on a memorable note, solidify the Chevy brand in the minds of Super Bowl
Dead corpses rising, marching to an unknown future, an unknown cause – this is the nature of what the plot of “Zombie March” incorporates. The uniqueness of the text in this story is enhanced not only by the general theme, which is entirely different than other stories categorized under these genres, but also by the type of humor present. The protagonist, Amber Riley, was waiting for her husband to return, but after his death was confirmed, Amber became lonesome and henceforth kept a shotgun in her home, near the door (MacNabb, 2012, para. 1). Following the return of her husband as a walking, and talking, corpse, she was (oddly) not too shocked – however, it complements the theme of the story – but remained edgy.
'The Green Inferno ' 2 out of 5 dead bodies recommended Gore Scale - The whole movie is like the elevator scene in 'The Shining Body Count - 1 dead person Nudity - Enough not to let your kids watch this movie. The Green Inferno is a campy, gorefest remake of 'Cannibal Holocaust ' directed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever). Who takes you into a world unlike any of us know, the amazon tribes as well as the rainforest. You know those types of tribes, that haven 't been recorded by any known person, because they live so deep in the rainforest... Yes those tribes.
Whats better the original or the copy? Todays topic will be the classic cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I will be directing both the original film and the adaptation and choosing which is best in my opinion. The films have many differences. Such as costumes, actors, and delivery.
Another difference in Goold (2010) is that the witches are shown throughout the film. In Polanski(1971), King Duncan’s second son, Donalbain is shown at the end of the film. In Polanski(1971) shows the actual deaths of King Duncan and Macbeth. In Goold (2010), Macbeth actually comes accompanied with the murders to kill Lady Macduff and her children. In the original play Macbeth hires three murders to kill Lady Macduff and her children.Macbeth has no part in actually killing Lady Macduff and her children.
Apart from the usual zombie movie stunts, Dead Set is a satire of the reality TV shows Big Brother and contestants. Through it and Black Mirror Brooker makes a joke of the British television and celebrity popular culture. Using the real Big Brother show host Davina McCall acting herself and struggling to survive the zombie apocalypse was satirical to the gimmicks employed by contestants to survive the Big Brother House (Moran,