We were blown away at the phenomenal response everyone received in the first round of Horror Debates hosted by the Horror Blogger Alliance over the past month! Everyone submitted thoughtful and concise arguments in a friendly forum, and we are very grateful for all of the hard work from the contributors and positive responses from your fellow HBA members. As such, we are now happy to announce the second round of Horror Debates with a brand new set of topics! We are looking for volunteers to take on the following zombie themed topics:
-Should zombies be fast moving?
-Who made the better zombie films: the Americans or the Italians?
-Which is the more definitive zombie film: Night of the Living Dead or Dawn of the Dead?
-Should 'infected' be considered zombies?
We are going to need two debaters for each topic defending each of the various arguments.
With so many members now belonging to the HBA, we ask that the members who participated in the last set of debates hold off on entering for a few days until others have had the chance to enter, after which time we will be opening up registration for any of our members! Thanks again, and we look forward to the next round.
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I'll take the "should zombies be fast moving" debate!
and of course all the topics up for grabs are what I earned my doctorate in.....
I'm excited for the gladiator line up with this one. I just wish there was a way to bet on this.
Bill which side would you like? And Zach, you in on one of these in particular?
I'd love to jump into the definitive film argument if posssible...
I have a world reknowned theory about fast vs. slow moving zombies just itching to come out. But I did just defend torture porn like McFly against Biff recently.
If you're up for it Carl, I'll tap in FIGHT CLUB style again. I do wanna leave enough room around the watering hole. Either way is cool.
Well I like both Fast and Slow zombies, love both Italian and American Zombies.. and liked the Dawn of the Dead remake better than the original.
So I'd like to be part of "Should 'infected' be considered zombies"
Ah thats right I forgot Zach, well we will keep you in the running once we give everyone a shot! Mark and Cass, which sides of the argument would you like to reserve?
I'll raise my hand for the slow vs fast zombies. I'll be on the slow side if that hasn't been taken.
I'll gladly take the one on 'Dawn of the Dead' vs. 'Night of the Living Dead.' I'm in favor of 'Dawn.'
I guess this will make-up for missing out on the Argento one. I'll survive.
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