posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 09:46 PM
originally posted by: Taupin Desciple
originally posted by: WarminIndy
It is amazing that people can't separate reality from fantasy. Movies are fantasy, not reality.
it's also amazing that people can't see an analogy for what it is. See my post above yours. Real 'zombies" don't exist, I think we all know that.
What you see in the movies is an exaggerated version of a lot of people these days.
What you see in the movies is a screenwriter's idea and worldview. He's writing to make money and off the popular current trends, that's all.
How do you kill zombies? Aren't you supposed to shoot them in the head? Isn't that what the proponents of Zombie Apocalypse say? That is from George
Romero's movie, not before.
Zombies come from their graves. Zombies brains were slightly animated to make them walk, attack and eat, but only after a nuclear incident.
That's all from the movie.
Real zombies of Voodoo are poisoned, they didn't really die first. Make the analogies all you want, but don't take it from some guy sitting at a
typewriter or keyboard.
How do I know that people can't tell fantasy from reality? I am a screenwriter, I have made movies, I have worked in theater and have cast actors for
different roles. When I hear people saying things like this, it makes me laugh because people believe the fantasy. I remember on a particular thread
three years ago, someone actually said the government was lying to us about stargates, because the movie told them that.
A movie is the brain child of a screenwriter, nothing more.