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S. Korea's Hit Zombie Film Is Also A Searing Critique Of Korean Society

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Slowly Seeing It All Fall Apart Again, For The First Time

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Steven Yeun's 'Glenn': Slaying Zombies And Getting The Girl

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World War Z is just the latest pop-culture incarnation of the Zombie Apocalypse. Adam Frank says the zombies keep coming because they're trying to tell us something. MPC/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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CDC Has Tips For 'Zombie Apocalypse' And Other Disasters

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