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Brown eyes are a common fetish. Rather than a fetish, in fact, brown eyes are something else - they are taboo in many societies and most of us are born with a color preference. There are several theories about why brown eyes are forbidden. Will a brown eyed person suffer from feelings of inferiority? This is not the only color prejudice at work here. It's common for other races to frown on brown eyes. And, of course, there is the Napoleon theory that brown eyes are actually the eyes of a spy, since Napoleon supposedly had brown eyes.
There are kind of an odd array of reasons people get into necrophilia. Most are either sexual deviants looking to have highly unconventional sex, or otherwise socially marginalized, repressed people who end up venturing into the nasty world of necrophilia. Necrophilia can be a dangerous proposition, and not everyone survives. It's safe to say that necrophilia has no place on film.
St Peter's is a beautiful place to die. The church is in St. Paul's cemetery in Los Angeles. This was an important set as it was more authentic, showing how a churchman would feel visiting this church.
The image of flesh being mashed into mud and dirt is one that is ingrained in horror and science fiction film making. One of the reasons why takes the best place in the innovation of gore. This film reveals a new level of brutality that is fairly shocking (something that is rarely the case with zombie films). The villagers are all killed brutally, shot or torn apart by the zombies. The film takes the notion of film gore as far as the filmic pitch can go while still operating in a realist setting. It's the gruesome act of cutting a vegetable that is the true form of horror in this film.
There are classic tropes that come with the zombie genre. Werewolves, vampires, mummies, haunted houses, castles and the list goes on. A popular trope is that of isolated, unpopulated backwoods where the mutant sludge monsters roam. d2c66b5586