Morgan Freeman says the undead are already here, and they are us.
“I mean, what exactly is the definition of a zombie? Is it something that is undead and not in control? If that’s true, then we’re in the middle of an apocalypse right now. Because everybody is controlled by something else. Your smartphone is in control of you and computers are in control of all of us.”
Sean Posey says there's a reason why "The Walking Dead" is the most popular show in America: it reflects the sad breakdown of our society, and the end of Pax Americana.
"The Walking Dead" highlights the failure of community in America....[It] is also much more about the failure of people, institutions, and community, than it is about zombies. As the American people—and American institutions—have failed to respond in the proper way, the zombie has become a more trenchant symbol of a country walking dead.
And yet, he was able to acquire guns. Makes sense in the dystopia that is now the United States. I’m no longer proud to be an American.