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Brian Bass Annotated Bibliography Thesis: In Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later and in George Romero’s zombie films there lies a powerful message against violence and war. Through these films there is a nihilistic attitude about the fate of the world. Just how H.G. Wells warned the world about the rapid advancements in science, there is the same sentiment created by these filmmakers. 1. Beard, Steve. No Particular Place to Go . Sight & Sound . Apr. 1993. This article reflects on the zombies in George Romero's `Night of the Living Dead.' Differences between Romero's zombies and those in Tom Savini's remake of the film; Romero's success resulting in an epidemic of zombie films; Romero's zombies as heterogeneous and representative of the post- Fordist masses; The Ritz as a synechdoche of the collapse of the Fordist system; Savini's film permitting explanations for the zombie plague. 2. Manning, Anita. Big Screen Horror . USA Today . 18 Sep. 2003.
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