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Army of the Dead poses way more questions than it can answer. That's annoyed some.
But for members of the Zombie Research Society, a network of thousands of academics and pop culture buffs who diligently research the living dead, poking at plot holes and fleshing out fan theories is an ideal method for testing their zombie expertise.
"This is the fun part of ZRS," the group's editor in chief Luke Boyd tells me over Zoom.
"We see films where the origin of the zombie outbreak is just kind of a hand-wave. Some director or writer basically saying to audiences, 'There. You have zombies. Just go have fun with it.' But we like to get together and ask, 'OK, sure. But how could that really happen?' Army of the Dead suggested the outbreak came from space, but how could it come from space? Is it bacterial spores? Leftover, feces from astronauts? What is it?" Read more...More about Army Of The Dead, Thanks I Love It, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows, and Streaming Services