We the Living Dead
The convoluted politics of zombie cinema
Tim Cavanaugh | February 2007
It’s vain to argue that zombie politics don’t lean left, but the positioning is not simple. Bob Clark’s 1970 film Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things, for example, is something of a reactionary fantasy, with the undead attacking the most irritating band of flower children in movie history—possibly the exact moment America turned decisively against hippies.
George Romero's Diary of the Dead
David Weigel | February 18, 2008, 9:26am