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A Video Essay Exploring the Evolution of Zombie Films and Television Shows

“The Rise of the Zombie Movie” is a video essay, created by Jacob T. Swinney for Fandor Keyframe, that explores the evolution of zombie films and television shows throughout the years. Swinney explains how the 1932 film, White Zombie, introduced the flesh-eating reanimated corpses to the world, how filmmaker George Romero took the idea to […]
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