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A zombie staying fully human concious but incapable of controling his body is legit an amazing and terrifying premise. This sketch got my interest more than most zombie movies.
The dude isn’t even in pain, just bewildered at the stupidity of his own corpse
I would watch a whole series based on a zombie surviving humans.
No control over his body but both human and zombie brains were absolutely astonished at
"I-I can't kill a person!"
This premise actually would be really interesting as a longer video or short film
"DID HE JUST TAPE A GUN TO A STICK" sounds like all weapon crafting systems in every game
"Is that a gun on a stick?! With a string attached to the trigger?! Y'all just making extra steps!"
“That’s just extra steps, y’all just having fun!”
Legit one of the best zombie sketches ever done. Fully conscious and unable to to do anything about it.. terrifying and interesting at the same time.
Having conscience whilst being a zombie without being able to do anything would be a torture
The conscious and self-aware zombie was the premise of the movie Warm Bodies. It's probably my favorite zombie movie, bringing something different to the genre.
This...was a theatric masterpiece. The story, the emotion, the way it makes us THINK. Who are the real monsters in a zombie apocalypse? What is it to be human? What the hell was he going to do with that lightbulb changer?? Anyone who watches this will be riddled with these deep questions for hours and days afterwards, I'm certain.
That moment of confidence “it’s dumb body” and then door opens. Well done.
There will never be a time when I hear Caleb's patented "AH!" and not laugh.
the dude who was holding himself up off the roof must have used all his inhibitors on stamina
"Who's the real monster here?" That line with his expression was gold
As a guy that's worked in fast-food: those grill scrapers can definitely fuck someone up. Literally feels as solid as a 'weapon' can be. I completely understand why you'd pick that hard, heavy ass thing up.