'Return of the Living Dead' (1985)

Dan O'Bannon's horror comedy changes the zombies from a mindless, unstoppable horde to a quite clever unstoppable horde. In fact, these zombies are smarter than the dum-dum humans whose brains they insist on eating. The human characters here are either incredibly obnoxious punk teenagers or clueless old guys, meaning the zombies in this case represent a kind of litmus test -- if you're dumb enough to let them loose, then you're too dumb to live.

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Dan O'Bannon's horror comedy changes the zombies from a mindless, unstoppable horde to a quite clever unstoppable horde. In fact, these zombies are smarter than the dum-dum humans whose brains they insist on eating. The human characters here are either incredibly obnoxious punk teenagers or clueless old guys, meaning the zombies in this case represent a kind of litmus test -- if you're dumb enough to let them loose, then you're too dumb to live.

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