Zombies: A Living History [DVD]
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Davis, Wade (1988), Passage of Darkness: The Ethnobiology of the Haitian Zombie, University of North Carolina Press, pp. 115–116.
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In video games, the release of two 1996 horror games Capcom's Resident Evil and Sega's The House of the Dead sparked an international craze for zombie games.   In 2013, George A. Romero said that it was the video games Resident Evil and House of the Dead "more than anything else" that popularised zombies in early 21st century popular culture.   The modern fast-running zombies have origins in these games, with Resident Evil 's running zombie dogs and especially House of the Dead 's running human zombies, which later became a staple of modern zombie films.  Edmonds, Ennis B.; Gonzalez, Michelle A. (2010). Caribbean Religious History: An Introduction. NYU Press. p.111.Pulliam, June Michele; Fonseca, Anthony J. (19 June 2014). Encyclopedia of the Zombie: The Walking Dead in Popular Culture and Myth: The Walking Dead in Popular Culture and Myth. ABC-CLIO. pp.113–. ISBN 9781440803895 . Retrieved 10 May 2015. a b "How '28 Days Later' Changed the Horror Genre". The Hollywood Reporter. 29 June 2018 . Retrieved 31 May 2019.
A. eximius spiders are social animals that prefer to remain in groups, never straying too far from their colonies. Cassiday, Bruce (1 September 1993). Modern mystery, fantasy, and science fiction writers. Continuum. ISBN 9780826405739.Another speaks of a 65-year-old man who had developed a belief that his organs — including his brain — had stopped working, and that even the house in which he lived was slowly but steadily falling apart. McIntosh, Shawn and Leverette, Marc (editors) (2008) Zombie Culture: Autopsies of the Living Dead Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Maryland, ISBN 0-8108-6043-0. Deborah Christie, Sarah Juliet Lauro, ed. (2011). Better Off Dead: The Evolution of the Zombie as Post-Human. Fordham University Press. p.169. ISBN 978-0-8232-3447-9.