What else is there better to write about at the end than 'the end'?
None of us want to die, right? Are we all in agreement there? If not I always say... but I digress. The end is nigh. Inevitable. We dread it. Yet, we're obsessed with it, can't get enough of it. You hear somebody died a horrible death, the first thing you do is ask for details.
It may also explains why zombies are so popular all of a sudden. I just don't believe that's the only reason.
It's not like they're new. George Romero become one of horror movie's most famous directs basically by introducing us to the creatures we know as zombies today. Now we got 'The Walking Dead', the Black Ops series of Call of Duty games, (whose zombie killing mode, complete with classic, actual terrifying zombies, make this series one of the best in the whole CoD line), and we even got zombies in romantic situations.
'i Zombie', any one? Have yall seen 'Warm Bodies'?
But why are they so popular all of a sudden really? I mean death has been around 'ever. We've been curious about it just as long. So why now?
I can't answer this question but that doesn't bug me. I'm more concerned about the zombies becoming the new vampires. As a life long fan of all things horror, seeing vampires frolicking through the woods in Twilight really irks the shit outta me. Vampires are the most romanticized monsters of our imagination these days. I blame Sookie's boyfriends and #TeamEdward for this but at least Charlaine Harris made her vampires revert back to their classic forms from time to time.
|Give me a kiss, baby!|
If zombies go the way of vampires, I'm gonna start #TeamCthulhu. I wanna see this monster get romanticized.
. Later WORLD!!