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Why aren't there Zombie theatrical movies?

With the current craze for zombies, the growing belief in a Zombie apocalypse and the success of World War Z or The Walking Dead, I thought we would see a wave of Zombie related movies coming into theaters. Why not?

by: G-1100


February 06, 2015 (4 years ago)

5 Replies & Comments

A film should tell a complete story, with a beginning, and an end. Now, with Zombie stories, it's hard to imagine a way to end a story, since by definition a zombie apocalypse is not reversible. Even with the success of shows you mentioned, this might not still be enough to fill cinemas. Also, such film would be R-rated, otherwise, it wouldn't make sense, and Hollywood doesn't like too many R-rated films, because it restricts the potential audience; this is why they keep softening their productions, no matter how much it ruins them.


by: G-195

Message #1

February 07, 2015 (4 years ago)

Not reversible? .A., you need to watch the classic "Omega Man"(with Charlton Heston), which leaves hope for the viewer. A great movie, and to me, a great zombie film.

by: Miss B.

Message #2

February 07, 2015 (4 years ago)

Why aren't there Zombie theatrical movies?Since 2002, you have the "Resident Evil" films with the duo Paul W. S. Anderson/Milla Jovovich.

by: G-312

Message #3

March 28, 2015 (4 years ago)

Lack of imagination from the authors. All Zombie stories talk about still-humans trying to survive, so it 's quickly being the same rehashing of situations.

by: G-1540

Message #4

October 15, 2018 (15 months ago)

Resident Evil films get better along the time.

World War Z was good, it's too bad they cancelled the sequel.

TurtleJohn from Spain

by: TurtleJohn

Message #5

February 12, 2019 (11 months ago)

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