The Walking Dead's Top 8 Scariest Zombies

8. Car Accident Walker

When Beth slips into some sort of state from shock, Rick and Glenn are sent into town to find Hershel, who is at a local bar getting drunk. After being gone most of the day, Lori begins to worry about her husband and asks Daryl to go into town after them. After one hilarious Popeye insult thrown in her direction, Lori is left to fend for herself. Without telling anyone where she is going, Lori borrows a car and heads to town after them. While looking at a map instead of paying attention to the road, Lori hits a walker that is crossing the street and flips her car. After being blacked out for who knows how long, Lori wakes to find a walker shoving his face through a hole in the glass, not caring that the skin is being pulled back from his cheeks. Despite his determination, he is put down via turn signal bar to the eye.

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It truly is amazing how far make-up effects have come. I tried and failed to watch Land of the Dead for the second time not long ago. One of the reasons I couldn't finish it (among many) is because the make-ups look almost laughable in comparison to the work on TWD. At the time I thought the work that KNB had done on Land looked fantastic. Now that they've reached the pinnacle of realism in regards to decaying flesh, it's so hard to look back.

Submitted by LSD Zombie on Tue, 09/18/2012 - 1:55pm.
Terminal's picture

That swamp walker was fucking horrifying.

Submitted by Terminal on Tue, 09/18/2012 - 12:10pm.

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