Bruce Willis' character in The Sixth Sense
This was the beginning (and some would say the end) of the M. Night Shyamalan era. Before truly shitastic movies like Lady in the Water and The Last Airbender(The Village, The Happening, After Earth....you get the point), audiences who watched this gripping movie were in a for quite twist when it was revealed that Bruce Willis’s character was dead all along. I would like to say I was shocked as well but I saw that twist coming, because someone ruined the movie for me and spoiled the twist before I got to see the movie. Still haven’t seen The Sixth Sense as a result.
Why not Dracula you say? Because that’s too easy that’s why. This man was a pioneer. He was like the Jackie Robinson for black vampire kind. Blade should bow down before his true daddy. If they were ever to make a black Mt Rushmore the faces on it would go; Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks….and Blacula.
Never met ANYONE would didn't like Thriller. Never met ANYONE who didn't like the music video for Thriller. I’m also pretty sure he died back in the eighties. That explains everything weird that happened to the King of Pop. The man was well on his way to looking like Skeletor.
Can’t have a list of the undead without the friendly ghost. Most ghosts want to haunt you or possess your house or kidnap your babies. Not Casper. He just wanted to hang with Wendy. Also a pretty biting insult when you call a pale dude Casper. Burns like lava!
The Zombies from Resident Evil
Nostalgia pick right here. I’ve been fighting these zombies since 1996 when the first Resident Evil came out for the Playstation. If I learned anything about zombie survival from those games it’s this; a Rocket Launcher works everytime.
Much Like Michael, has likely been dead since the eighties too.