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<b> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="15019000178" title="Ghouls and Zombies (supernatural entities)" href="/topic/arts-culture/folklore-mythology/ghouls-zombies-%28supernatural-entities%29-15019000178.topic">Zombies</a>:</b> Finally, after wasting time with onscreen villains such as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCIG00000044" title="Nazi Party" href="/topic/politics/parties-movements/nazi-party-ORCIG00000044.topic">Nazis</a>, terrorists and vampires, Hollywood has returned to a common enemy we can all get behind: the walking dead. Between the 2004 classic "Shaun of the Dead" and the gleefully absurd book "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," it's little wonder the tongue-in-cheek carnage of "Zombieland" is a hit. Who can resist a <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="010000000943" title="Comedy (genre)" href="/topic/arts-culture/genres/comedy-%28genre%29-010000000943.topic">comedy</a> with <i>braaains</i>?<br>
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<b>For The Record:</b> <i>The printed version of this item referred to the 2004 film as "Sean of the Dead."</i>

( Glen Wilson / Columbia Pictures )

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Zombies: Finally, after wasting time with onscreen villains such as Nazis, terrorists and vampires, Hollywood has returned to a common enemy we can all get behind: the walking dead. Between the 2004 classic "Shaun of the Dead" and the gleefully absurd book "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," it's little wonder the tongue-in-cheek carnage of "Zombieland" is a hit. Who can resist a comedy with braaains?

For The Record: The printed version of this item referred to the 2004 film as "Sean of the Dead."

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