Since Ernesto got here, I have watched alot of Zombies films. That guy loves zombies. With the opening of The Walking Dead season 2, everyone is talking and walking zombies everywhere.

Here’s a recap of all the zombies I have seen within these past few months.

Rammbock: Berlin Undead

The leading guy is a sad wimp. This village boy went all the way to the city to find his ex-girlfriend to find the place infested with zombies and the ex cooping up in an attic with a hot stud.
The part that got me is when he stopped the teenage boy, who he is hiding away from the zombies with, from making a catapult with bent forks cos the ex-girlfriend might be angry when she comes back. Despite the sad sod act, this movie has some cool zombies action and touching scenes.

Dead Set

Bunch of wannabes isolated in the Big Brothers TV set, completely oblivious to the zombies outbreak happening outside. The most interesting part of any zombie apocalypse film is how different people react to the situation. And most definitely there will be one asshole who only cares about himself. In this one, there’s no lack of these self-absorbed asses.

This is a 5-parts TV series aired on E4, the same channel that airs the real Big Brother, and featured the actual BB host, Davina McCall. She makes one scary zombie.
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“The first rule of Zombieland: Cardio. When the zombie outbreak first hit, the first to go, for obvious reasons… were the fatties.”

The funniest zombie film yet. Woody Harrelson is awesome in it. And Columbus’s 33 rules. Cameo by Bill Murray is a treat too. The way he was killed off makes you go “What? Just like that?”. But I guess that would be how Murray would have wanted.

The Cremaster Cycle

Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle
designed by Pentagram


When I first came upon this mammoth book in Cologne, I wanted to possess it. But the price and the size doesn’t permit me to do so at that time. it was too in Cologne that I finally get to see the cycle in it entirety. The first time I saw the cycle was in the now defunct The Other Cinema in London. It’s next to my workplace at that time. And I could not resist something like this:
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