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  • n. The condition of being a zombie.


zombie +‎ -ism (Wiktionary)


  • They find answers on a blog, where an earlier "tag" victim explains the rules by which this odd strain of zombiism is spread.

    Boing Boing

  • It's a serious look at the mathematical epidemiology of zombiism, published in "Infectious Disease Modelling Research Progress."

    Boing Boing

  • The result is SHOOTING POOL, which deals with the idea of emotinal zombiism, but not the living dead, least not in the strictest meaning of the words.

    Joe Lansdale

  • It's kind of queer, then, that Straub's equally sprawling novel - which incorporated into its thick page count vampirism, werewolfism, zombiism and of course spiritism - should be so cut down, condensed and neutered as a cinematic offering born on the 50th anniversary of the birth of the American horror film.

    The most dreadful thing

  • With their pasty skin and hollow eyes, they actually look a bit zombie-like, although George Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD 1968 was still a good six years away and associations of zombiism were still strictly Haitian.

    Lost souls in the sunset

  • From the religious -- "For Pete's Sake," about the Mother Church's connection to zombiism -- to the comic -- "Four out of Five," which explains the connection between oral hygiene and zombie outbreaks, Zombie Tales runs the gamut.

    Archive 2007-08-19

  • The link from vampirism and zombiism and a few other -isms to a brain-influencing parasite is solid and incredibly believable, and his protagonist, the peep-hunter Cal, is wonderfully empathetic.

    peeps prestige


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