ZombieMania Documentary (2008) (Part 01 Of 05)
What is it about zombies that scare us so much more than other monsters? ZOMBIEMANIA deftly explores the living deads transitional journey through time, delving deep into the zombie mystique and the evolution of our perception of them: ranging from fear (KING OF THE ZOMBIES, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD) to humor (RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD). Along with some really great blood-soaked, gut-munching movie clips, there are many informative interviews with zombie experts whose names the average devourer of all things horror has understood as synonymous with all things zombie: George Romero, Tom Savini, Greg Nicotero, and Rue Morgue Magazines Jovanka Vuckovic & Dave Alexander. Thats not all! Insightful perceptions of the zombie stigma are also divulged by authors Max Brooks (The Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z), Wade Davis (The Serpent and the Rainbow, who actually went to Haiti to study zombies!) and Brian Keene, among a few others. The documentarys fun aesthetics are pleasing enough, especially since each time the camera cuts to a new speaker, their image instantly transforms into a zombie caricature of themselves, courtesy of zombie portrait artist Rob Sacchetto. The viewer is treated to a quick look at the process Rob goes through to create the many layers it takes to complete just one zombie portrait. Interesting stuff! Pregleda 212
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