I always look for an intense experience, an intense ride. There is nothing better than a good zombie movie where you run crazy and blow at monsters! It was a physical shoot and I enjoyed it.— Sarah Polley
Empowering Zombie Movie quotations
No! Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try.
The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio.
When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons ... were the fatties.
Plus, doing a zombie movie is quite liberating. It's fun not to take myself seriously all the time.
I'm not interested in a realistic look - not at all, not ever. Every film should look the way I feel.
When there's no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the Earth.
Good, bad, I'm the guy with the gun
There's nothing better than a good, blind referee.
All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.
Something coming back from the dead was almost always bad news.
Movies taught me that. For every one Jesus you get a million zombies.
In those moments where you're not quite sure if the undead are really dead, dead, don't get all stingy with your bullets. I mean, one more clean shot to the head, and this lady could have avoided becoming a human Happy Meal. Woulda... coulda... shoulda.
When the first movie to show the anger people have about the war is a grade Z zombie movie, that tells you all you need to know about how afraid of ruffling anyone's feathers people in the movie business are today.
I think movies are getting dumber, actually. Where it used to be 50/50 and it's 3% good and 97% stupid.
The zombie is in a lot of ways the perfect horror movie bad guy.
It plays on so many fears all at once. The fear of predators, the fear of disease and the fear of loved ones betraying us - the ones we care about are turning around and trying to eat us.
I love any comedic zombie movies.
I majored in Chinese Studies. I'm probably the only director of chicken Indian zombie movies who can speak pretty good Mandarin.
Great moments are born from great opportunities.
I can't say I was like a die-hard zombie fan, but I've definitely seen a few different zombie movies and TV shows.
I'm obsessed with zombies. I like watching zombie movies and I read zombie books.
The fact that you've got zombies in this movie allows you to make slightly bolder choices tonally.
To make a great film need three things - the script, the script and the script.
We love things with biting - "Twilight" movies, zombie movies, eating.
I have an idea for a movie called 'The Walken Dead' which is about a town where, instead of zombies, everyone becomes Chris Walken.
I don't like zombie movies, they're just plain silly.
I like zombie movies. I like 'The Walking Dead;' I like the metaphor of it, simply because when we go with the zombie concept - if you're bitten by a zombie, you don't transform into something else like a vampire or a werewolf or whatever. You become something that's not you.
There are a lot of war memorials around the UK.
It's usually a part of the war memorials. I loved the way The Glorious Dead sounded. It's kind of a strange thing to say. There's nothing particularly glorious about being dead. It sounded like a strange, horror film. It just grew from there, really. It seemed quite apt for the record. We're kind of obsessed with zombie movies and horror films. It seemed like it just fit, at the time.
When I was on the set, I was not talking on the phone or reading anything else.
I was just reading things, listening to music and watching things that had to do with the state of the scene. So it would be a constant, maintaining for the whole day that state. If I had an hour off for lunch, I would put on a movie or something that would help me stay in that area. And at the end of the day, I was like a zombie.
I think zombies would fit in anywhere.
You can tell any story, and put zombies in it. I don't know how I'd find the backing, but I think it'd be great to make a zombie gangster movie.
I don't think I've ever seen a zombie movie in my life.
My personal success would be that people understand what I was trying to do.
It was the most palatable when I watchmen_7_mdid Dawn. With Watchmen, too, I feel the same way. The movie's ironic and satirical and it's funny and serious and that's kind of the same way I felt about Dawn. Like I really was making a movie that knows it's a zombie movie and enjoys that and wants the audience to say, yeah, that's okay.
World War Z is out today. The big zombie movie. The trailer looks scary. You see hordes of bodies climbing and rolling over each other. It's like Black Friday at the mall.
Someone needs to make a zombie movie where when you get bit it turns you into a singing and dancing extraordinaire.
I'd never consciously left home to see a zombie movie.
They were fine by me, but I had no intention of ever being in one. But I've been learning more about it as I've been doing interviews. I didn't even know there were specialist zombie magazines and clubs. I heard the other day that a radio station had asked people if they`d made preparations for an attack by zombies, and a staggering number of people replied yes!
It's a lonely world, being independent, and they can come away with the idea that if Lloyd Kaufman can make movies with people getting their heads squashed, with hard-bodied lesbians, women masturbating with pickles, graphic diarrhea, and singing and dancing chicken zombies - if he can do that for 40 years and put his kids through Yale, Columbia, and Duke - if that idiot can do it, anybody can do it.
I'm not going to just do a dumb zombie movie, although I love zombie movies.
My understanding of zombie movies is people rising from the dead, from their graves, stuff like that, and walking very slowly.
I read the books the day before I had met with the director Catherine Hardwicke.
The first I heard of it was my agent called and said, 'Do you want to be in a vampire movie?' and I said 'No.' I thought it was like a zombie, blood-and-guts, vampire movie.
It's always been strange to me that someone can say they're a vampire fan.
I'm not a non-fan, but it's such an unusual thing to be a fan of. That's like saying, "I love zombie movies! I just love 'em! They're my favorite!" That's more of a psychological problem than being an actual fan.
If there had been zombies on the iceberg when the Titanic hit it, that would have made a much better movie.
If you're going to be a zombie in a movie, you go big or go home.
I'm not a fan of any genre but am a fan of movies that are intelligent and/or funny. That goes across all genres: a horror movie, a zombie movie, alien invaders, chick flick, or raunchy comedy. If it's well done, I'm a fan.