Flannel shirts and zombie movies. Those are my only two claims to being ahead of the pop-culture curve.
Decades ago, in flannel shirts, I was sitting alone in empty movie theaters watching zombie movies long before either of those crazes began. Just me and a tub of popcorn and a big-ass grin on my face.
There are so many zombie movies today I don’t even bother to catch them all. Too many, like the recent Army of the Dead, are godawful. As far as The Walking Dead, it was never all that great, but now it’s unwatchable. CGI has made everything too easy, and no one seems to understand what The Mighty George Romero made clear when he invented the flesh-eating genre all