I am very terrified of zombies.
I try to be so cool about it. But the thought of watching another zombie movie, makes my stomach churn.
I try so hard, because my hubby digs the zombie flicks. It's just so hard for me to realize that zombies aren't real. I'm a very rational person, albeit one with an overactive imagination, but I usually talk myself out of being scared.
Vampires-no problem, probably not real. I can especially handle the ones that look like Gary Oldman. Now Tom Cruise as a vampire, I can't even force myself to watch "Interview with the Vampire". He is a disgrace to vampires everywhere.
Frankenstein-we'll soon have Frankenbabies with all of the genetically crafted foods. Talk to me in about 20 years.
I just can't handle zombies. The sound alone that they make....
I will admit that "Night of the Living Dead" is GREAT! Never will I think of cemetery's in the same way. "They're coming to get you Barbara" haunts me. But in a good scary way.
The problem started when we went to see the remake of "Dawn of the Dead" last year. I have hinted about this movie in other blogs. Those damn zombies are too frickin fast! Not fair. They want to eat your brain AND they can out run you! I don't think so homey!
When we returned home that night, I shut every window and turned off all the lights. How rational is this? How is that going to protect me?
My husband recently was in a bookstore in the city and came across a Zombie Survival Book. I am not alone in my fear!
A new zombie movie is out and I think my dear, sweet spouse is going to have to see this with a friend.
Unless he is ready for me to barricade myself in our basement, and wait for a nuclear explosion, leaving me with radioactive zombies to fight off.
And this would be my hell.