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Golden Age Of Zombie Movies
Golden Age Of Zombie Movies

AIR DATE: October 29, 2012

Movies about the walking dead began to be made in the 1930s but really got going in the 1950s when paranoia ruled. They have picked up on various fads over the years, but the last decade has been a golden age, says author Glenn Kay. He has finished the new edition of his book "Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide." He will be signing copies of the book on Sunday afternoon at Barnes and Noble on North Rainbow.
Glenn Kay, author of "Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide"


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