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7th Jul '16 10:50:41 PM Luppercus
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* This seem to be one of the reasons the world was destroyed in Spanish horror/sci-fi film ''La Hora Fría''.
* German film ''Rammbock'' or ''SiegeOfTheDead'' deals with a Zombie Apocalypse of the HatePlague variant.
7th Jul '16 10:40:22 PM Luppercus
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* ''Film/{{REC}}'', and the American remake ''Film/{{Quarantine}}'' document the first stage of a zombie apocalypse with an InUniverseCamera. In these films, the zombies are afflicted by a disease described as similar to rabies. It's hinted that a mysterious tenant intentionally created the disease.

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* ''Film/{{REC}}'', and the American remake ''Film/{{Quarantine}}'' document the first stage of a zombie apocalypse with an InUniverseCamera. In these films, the Spanish version the origin is DemonicPossession and an exorcism going wrong in the American remake the zombies are afflicted by a disease described as similar to rabies. It's rabies and it's hinted that a mysterious tenant intentionally created the disease.
7th Jul '16 2:29:06 PM FGHIK
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* ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' plays the concept for laughs, while at the same time remaining faithful to the style of the Romero films. Like those films, it includes hints that zombies retain some semblance of their former personalities. It also includes a TakeThat against the ''Twenty-Eight'' series. It memorably subverts the "apocalypse" part by having the military seep through and restore order within a day.

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* ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' plays the concept for laughs, while at the same time remaining faithful to the style of the Romero films. Like those films, it includes hints that zombies retain some semblance of their former personalities. It also includes a TakeThat against the ''Twenty-Eight'' series. It memorably subverts the "apocalypse" part by having the military seep through and restore order within a day. It's not even clear if any country but Britain was effected.
7th Jul '16 4:13:28 AM Luppercus
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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'': Zombie Apocalypse trough RageVirus can be caused by yellow fever if this affects Wesen, as shown in episode ''You Give Me…Yellow Fever?''. Of course, the Wesen known as Baron Samedi can also turn people into the more traditional zombie.

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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'': Zombie Apocalypse trough RageVirus HatePlague can be caused by yellow fever if this affects Wesen, as shown in episode ''You Give Me…Yellow Fever?''.Fever?'', its seem to have happened before in the past. Of course, the Wesen known as Baron Samedi can also turn people into the more traditional zombie.
7th Jul '16 4:12:32 AM Luppercus
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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'': Zombie Apocalypse trough RageVirus can be caused by yellow fever if this affects Wesen, as shown in episode ''You Give Me…Yellow Fever?''. Of course, the Wesen known as Baron Samedi can also turn people into the more traditional zombie.
7th Jul '16 4:00:27 AM Luppercus
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** And its spinoff ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead''.

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** And its spinoff prequel ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead''.


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* Episode ''New Year's Eve'' of the antology series ''FearItself'' is about a Zombie Apocalypse with a very interesting twist [[spoiler:the protagonist was a zombie all the time]].
25th Jun '16 11:53:32 AM nombretomado
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* ''BattleForWesnoth'''s Walking Corpses, and their level-up, the Soullesses. They follow the Russo rules, for the most part: any unit killed by a Walking Corpse or Soulless becomes a Walking Corpse or Soulless on the side of the Corpse that killed them, simulating The Virus.

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* ''BattleForWesnoth'''s ''VideoGame/BattleForWesnoth'''s Walking Corpses, and their level-up, the Soullesses. They follow the Russo rules, for the most part: any unit killed by a Walking Corpse or Soulless becomes a Walking Corpse or Soulless on the side of the Corpse that killed them, simulating The Virus.
23rd Jun '16 10:06:55 AM TheTownsend
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* {Deconstructed} in [[http://townsendwright.com/kong-tower/kt49/ this]] page of ''Webcomic/KongTower'' in which a more friendly zombie ([[NinjaPirateZombieRobot who's also a private detective]]) points out that, due to the basic limitations of a rotting body and a disease that spreads by ''biting'', a zombie plague isn't likely to spread that far outside of the metropolitan area in which it begins. ''[[DoubleSubverted Not that that means much for the people '''in''' that metropolitan area.]]''

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* {Deconstructed} {{Deconstructed}} in [[http://townsendwright.com/kong-tower/kt49/ this]] page of ''Webcomic/KongTower'' in which a more friendly zombie ([[NinjaPirateZombieRobot who's also a private detective]]) points out that, due to the basic limitations of a rotting body and a disease that spreads by ''biting'', a zombie plague isn't likely to spread that far outside of the metropolitan area in which it begins. ''[[DoubleSubverted Not that that means much for the people '''in''' IN that metropolitan area.area, though.]]''
23rd Jun '16 10:04:55 AM TheTownsend
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* {Deconstructed} in [[http://townsendwright.com/kong-tower/kt49/ this]] page of ''Webcomic/KongTower'' in which a more friendly zombie ([[NinjaPirateZombieRobot who's also a private detective]]) points out that, due to the basic limitations of a rotting body and a disease that spreads by ''biting'', a zombie plague isn't likely to spread that far outside of the metropolitan area in which it begins. ''[[DoubleSubverted Not that that means much for the people '''in''' that metropolitan area.]]''
20th Jun '16 12:07:24 AM gewunomox
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** One Innistrad block takes this [[UpToEleven way over eleven]], by introducing a good old fashioned zombie apocalypse, {{vampire|Tropes}}s and {{werewolves}}, {{mad scientist}}s and their [[EldritchAbomination abominations]], demons, and central to the block's story, all of these at once.

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** One Innistrad block takes this [[UpToEleven way over eleven]], by introducing a good old fashioned zombie apocalypse, {{vampire|Tropes}}s and {{werewolves}}, [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolves]], {{mad scientist}}s and their [[EldritchAbomination abominations]], demons, and central to the block's story, all of these at once.
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