What is missing from these movies is the zombie's point of view. How did it become one? Was it sentenced to "rot in hell" by some advanced but oppressive society? What were the crimes that produced such severe punishments?
Of course, none of these questions have ever been asked or answered in a zombie movie. The usual premise is that all zombies are exactly alike and they all thirst for human blood and flesh.
In gaining laurels for the best in negative stereotyping and propaganda, the campaign against the undead wins the biggest prize.
Perhaps, zombies are simply spiritual beings who have failed to resurrect their dead bodies in a wholesome state. They, also, might be intergalactic criminals who have served their crimes, but have not been released from their prison. What is the real history behind these hellish myths?
Nightmares come out of our subconscious, but what is the source of them.
The only understanding we have on this matter is the propaganda that we've been fed by movie directors(i.e. Basically, zombies are demonically evil and we should fear and fight them at every turn.)
The true story of the walking dead has yet to be told.
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