: Oh...this breaks my heart! Are you not familiar with the greatest horror movie of all time, Lark? "Night of the Living Dead," released in 1968, boldly went where no horror film had gone before. I won't tell you the ending (suffice it to say it's appropriate, and politically charged) because it is imperative that before you depart this mortal coil, you rent this film (and DO NOT rent the newly-mutilated version with new scenes -- bogus rubbish!).
I'll rent it as soon as I get the chance.
: Afterwards, treat yourself to the amazing sequel "Dawn of the Dead" (you will dig the anti-materialistic stance of that one, guaranteed) and the very good trequel, "Day of the Dead" (the military are the bad guys).
I only asked because I'd seen 'Dawn of the Dead' and 'Day of the Dead' and thought there was a bit of a message with each of them, there is also a lot of cold war paranoia in those films about the effects of nuclear after math if you ask me, I think too there's a weird very American idea that it's great fun to kill zombies because it's like killing people but with no remorse.
: You can also rent the 199? remake of "Night of the Living Dead," which ain't bad, but ain't the original.
Does the entire world die off?