ZOMBIES and Their Motion Picture Variations 1932 to 1968

Who knew that George Romero's 1968 "Night of the Living Dead" would KILL OFF 36 years of Zombies, but it did. The so-called "MODERN ZOMBIE" was born on October 4, 1968. 

According to Merriam-Webster there are basically two types of Zombies by definition:

The first is defined as either:
A will-less and speechless human (as in voodoo belief and in fictional stories) held to have died and been supernaturally reanimated, or the supernatural power that according to voodoo belief may enter into and reanimate a dead body. The second is defined as:
A mixed drink made of several kinds of rum, liquor, and fruit juice. When I was in the Navy, during the Vietnam War, I had many visits by the Second definition, but this article is basically about the First. Although Hollywood always played with the concept even having Space Aliens create Cold War variations during the 1950's.

THE 1930'S

"White Zombie" is considered the first motion picture to deal …
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