Zombie Apocalypse Effect

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Zombie apocalypse films are traditionally set in a post-cataclysmic event that has left world wide destruction and change. The zombies are usually portrayed as cannibalistic monsters, who scavenge the remaining earth looking for food. Possible causes for zombie behavior in a modern population can be attributed to viruses, bacteria or other phenomena that reduce the mental capacity of humans causing them to behave in a very primitive and destructive fashion. Humans have to survive and prosper, with the mayhem of trying not to be eaten everyday, while trying to establish a sense of government and order. This causes conflict between the protagonist and the zombies which is usually resolved by finding a cure. These films, due to their complex storylines, interesting characters, and possible world altering implications, have attracted large crowds at the theaters for many years.

To begin, the protagonist in the story is usually a man afflicted by the lost of his family
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The “Fade To Black” ending could result in the protagonist’s death and likely an unhappy crowd of moviegoers. The “Victory” ending happens when civilization has found a cure of simply bombed the zombie hoard into extinction. This is a crowd favorite because the hero, they have grown close to, gets to live on his life with his new group of friends or family. The last ending is “co-existence,” zombies and humans live separately and there is no conflict for the protagonist.

To conclude, zombie apocalypse films have captured audiences’ attention for many years and years to come. Their exhilarating story lines, unique comedy, and respect for the world we

know draws people to them. The setting changes across the globe, while the people and the zombies all follow the same foundation. The world could come to an end or humans can battle back and restore everything that has been
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