Monday, April 30, 2012


 This is the last post of the April A to Z blog challenge. It's been a ton of fun, and even more work, but very much worth it. I hope you've all enjoyed my posts on horror and science fiction films. If I've spurred just one person to watch something new, I'm satisfied.

Being that this entry is for Z, I had to go with a cult fave. Enjoy and please stop back in to see what I'm writing about next.

An Italian horror classic released in 1979, Zombie was directed by Lucio Fulci, who is now known for this film in particular. There are other titles in connection with the movie such as Zombi 2, Island of the Living Dead, Zombie Island, Woodoo and Zombie Flesh Eaters. Known for its extreme gore, the movie is about a tropical island where the dead walk and eat the living.  The movie was banned in several countries because of the gore. Even with the resistance, it grew a huge fan following, and spawned one official sequel and several others. There is no link to the George A. Romero zombie films and Zombie. One of the many memorable scenes involves a zombie taking on a shark under water. Fulci cemented his status in the horror genre with this film.

I will leave you with the above mentioned scene...

1 comment:

  1. Hi Amber, and congrats on getting through the A to Z! I've put you up on my blog under "blogs I follow".

    I have seen nearly every film on your A to Z list! There are a few though I'll have to catch.

    I'm glad to get back to my regular business of blogging... sharing my thoughts on successes and pitfall for artists trying to make a decent living. Stop on by Main Street Arts and keep in touch!

    -Arthur Brill