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zombie

[zom′bē]
a supernatural power that supposedly can enter into and reanimate a corpse.
Drug slang A regional street term for
(1) PCP
(2) A heavy user of illicit drugs
Paranormal One of the ‘living dead’ of Haitian voodoo folklore
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In the years immediately after Night of the Living Dead, he made films that were less popular, including 1971's There's Always Vanilla, 1973's The Crazies and 1978's Martin.
Living With The Living Dead is a great reminder that there's more to life than just being alive.
In "Undead Radio: Zombies and the Living Dead on 1930s and 1940s Radio Drama," Richard Hand points out that "[w]hen it comes to the live radio zombie, in some cases the radio medium dictated that the living dead had a surprising degree of consciousness, with zombies able to think and talk" (43).
Unlike the original Night of the Living Dead, our survivors won't be strangers, but it'll have lots of new local talent.
Possibly the biggest name is John Russo, who co-wrote Night of the Living Dead, but there are also stories by Pontypool writer Tony Burgess, Deadfall author Shaun Jeffrey and thriller writer Matt Hilton.
Real Zombies, the Living Dead, and Creatures of the Apocalypse.
With Jordan on the payroll, the TV channel should definitely change their name to the Living Dead.
He turned out iconic images of the walking dead with a series of grisly hits that started back in 1968 with Night Of The Living Dead.
I know the staff walk around like extras from The Living Dead, but will someone please bail out this great British institution.
The editors of Zombie Culture: Autopsies of the Living Dead provide a collection of discussions from scholars from different fields, from cinema to popular culture and video games to literary culture, all considering how zombies have evolved from folklore into mainstream culture.
On the night the protagonist has enough money saved up for a night with his beloved, the living dead wreak havoc by eating the town alive.
An intriguing side note to Tim Cavanaugh's review-essay on zombie films ("We the Living Dead" February): George Romero has pointed to Richard Matheson's 1954 horror novel I Am Legend as an inspiration for Night of the Living Dead.