I need to engage in a sustained study of the Zombie genre, there are increasingly more interesting films from the genre coming out from "21 days" to "Fido."
Zombie's usually symbolize what the subjects of the "rat race" must be like in order to survive. Even if it is a cannibalistic violence that only breeds more who act likewise.
Fido takes place in an idyllic and gun-crazy 1950's, where women casually walk around with pistols and all manual labor is done by zombies.
"A boy's best friend is his zombie." Starring Carrie-Anne Moss, Billy Connolly, K'sun Ray, Henry Czerny, Dylan Baker, Tim Blake Nelson. Directed by Andrew Currie. Canada. 2007. 91 mins.