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....zombie flicks. There's a key bit of logic I don't understand. Even with the best of the movies where attention has actually been paid to the cause (usually a virus from a lab) and thought has gone into the consequences, I don't get why the zombies don't eat each other. Even if you buy into the idea of virus causing mindless aggression, why do they act in semi-coherent mobs? The zombies seem to have at least a modicum of taste. They only eat non-zombies. Oh well, so much for movies that have built in logic. For what its worth, "28 Days Later" as the closest to a consistent one I've seen.
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is the easiest prey? A slow-moving stupid target or a fast smart one? Even
allowing for the lack of smarts displayed by the living trapped in various
zombie movies, live humans are harder targets. So why do the zombies like them
so much? I think it's taste.
Zombies may find this link useful.
Somebody with way too much spare time did a parody of the Amazon site.