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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by getreal, Feb 24, 2014.
eh... I've always wanted to see the solar system.
Please don't do this.... again.
You know good and well that no one has ever studied a single zombie bite.
I think you've missed the point of the entire conversation.
The novel WW Z does a great job explaining how a Zombie Apocalypse could happen.
I think AMC could get away with several WD universe spin offs, you can never have too many zombie shows.
Actually a TV mini-series based on WW Z would be really awesome.
Many of the complaints about Walking Dead come from it's comic book roots - they try to give it a comic book feel which might work better in a graphic novel making for cool action packed drawings but maybe seem a little silly when shown on TV.
WW Z on the other hand would be more grounded in our universe and what would happen if there was a Zombie outbreak without being tied to the comic book style.
The movie WWZ was great, but not much like the book. There are lots of zombie stories in the book that never made it to the movie. It would make a great show. The only thing I didn't like about the zombies in the movie was their speed--those were some fast zombies. That would really tip the scales in their favor. We'd be toast.
Not much like the book? How about not at all like the book?
I enjoy WD for the dystopian storyline, but I couldn't care less about the zombies. Sometimes I think the show focuses too much on showing extremely graphic and detailed zombie kills, when they should be putting that effort into fleshing out the world and thinking more about what survivors would really do in that situation.
Yeah, real zombies aren't fast... and they don't glitter either.
I didn't really care for the movie, probably because it was soo totally different from the book.
One thing I really like about TWD is the great zombie makeup, but like others I think they spend a bit too much time showing graphic kills.
In WWZ and Zombieland, I'm petrified of the sprinting zombies. In TWD, I'm afraid of the basic human.