Veteran horror director, George A. Romero, explains in this BBC article what it takes to make a great zombie film.
The zombies in the Dawn of the Dead remake of 2004 were no less active – an acquired characteristic Romero, who did not direct the film, has strong opinions about.
“Zombies don’t run,” he states firmly. “They can’t! Their ankles would snap. What did they do – wake from the dead and immediately join a health club? I don’t get it.”
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