I just want to contrast two things which seem to be in vogue culturally now - at least in POP culture, that is:
contrasting VAMPIRES & ZOMBIES with one of the foundational creeds of our civilization, CHRISTIANITY.
- According to the Gospels, Jesus died on the cross and rose from the dead. He was resurrected; he lived.
- Zombies are people who die and then become animated without living, seemingly without their souls.
- Vampires are creatures who never die, if they get their quota of blood.
I think it's related to the solipsistic nihilism which is so prevalent in our culture - primarily promulgated by postmodern left as part of their Gramscian Agenda.
Vampires and zombies are atheistic and nihilist versions of Christ - Nietzschean superhumans whose nihilism threatens and frightens mere mortals who are probably dumb believers.
CASE IN POINT: The last picture on the right might look like an OWS crowd, but it's actually some bizarre zombie-parade.
It matters not whether you believe in Christ or vampires or zombies for you to see which way our Pop culture has been steered by the atheistic postmodern leftists and chic degenerati who run Hollywood and the legacy media.
The deep long-lasting effects of this onslaught of nihilism on the younger generations cannot be good - unless you're a postmodernist seeking to annihilate Judeo-Christian Civilization.