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Creative “Zombieland” is anything but lifeless

The British film "Shaun of the Dead" pretty much pioneered the sub-genre of zombie-romantic-comedies, or "zom-rom-com's." It perfectly mixed humor, action, horror, romance, and the undead with some memorable characters and a witty script to get an amazing finished product. "Shaun" actually ranks as one of my favorite movies of all time. "Zombieland" is in the same genre as "Shaun." It too, is a zom-rom-com. But the only difference between the two is that "Zombieland" is American. And it's quite proud to display its nationality.
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South Production To Bring Laughs and Italian Accents

Romeo, oh Romeo, Wherefore art thou Romeo? The answer? As the students involved in South Middle School’s drama program prepare for the mid-October opening of its fall production of Nathan Hartswick’s suspense-comedy Death by Dessert, a more modern Romeo is busy busing tables on the set of a makeshift Italian restaurant in Arlington Heights.