End Of The World May 21st

May 20, 2011 by staff 

End Of The World May 21stEnd Of The World May 21st, By now you’ve probably heard the doomsday rumors May 21, radio evangelist Harold Camping has been suggested that the Day of Judgement will take place on Saturday. Camping has stated that using mathematical calculations based on Bible verses, it was discovered that the end times begin Saturday. In response to the imminent end of the world, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has written an article that tells you how to prepare for the zombie apocalypse potential.

But if the end of the world is actually May 21, we prefer to enjoy it to read a boring article. Because of this, Bloginity has created a list of the best zombie movies to watch in the preparation of the zombie apocalypse. We recommend that the rent at a time, why worry about the cost of returning the last afternoon when times are upon us? If you have a video store near you, you can see these and other movies online

Day of the Dead – Despite the obsession American zombie film seems like a relatively new thing would not have been possible without the Day of the Dead, which paved the way in 1985. Presented by writer / director George A. Romero, Day of the Dead follows a group of soldiers and scientists to relax in an underground bunker, while the zombies roam the earth.

28 Days Later – This 2002 movie helped launch the recent zombie obsession, and is particularly relevant to the impending crisis, as it is a post-apocalyptic story of survival. The zombies in 28 Days Later know how to move, so seeing this can help find ways of avoiding any zombies you may encounter this weekend.

Dead Snow – This film, released in 2009, receives no recognition in the U.S. too, since it comes from Norway, but is a great tutorial of survival for the zombies to flood the land Saturday to become a rare species of Nazi zombies. Hey, could happen, better safe than sorry, right?

The Return of the Living Dead – Another classic, this 1985 film is one of the first to feature zombies could actually move at a rapid pace, rather than a slow, Frankenstein style. Despite being a few decades old, The Return of the Living Dead is an undisputed classic, and who knows? Could help to survive the end of the world, if that’s possible.

Zombieland – This 2009 film is the closest movie you can find any apocalyptic event taking place this weekend, as it is a film today and offers a lot of shots, some touching moments of human interest and, of course, lots of zombies.


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