By and large, zombie fiction refuses to acknowledge these small points that, when you think about them, are kind of a big deal for the fantasy to play out.
We know as well as anyone that tattoos are an instant shortcut to becoming cool, but misinterpretations do happen -- and you've seen more than a few on the big screen.
Sometimes, quality movies spring up from directors you would never expect -- mainly because their earlier work sucked real hard.
Guess what? There are still filmmakers doing special effects the old-fashioned way -- even if the results are so impressive that you'd never know it's not CGI.
Sometimes things are changed for a good reason -- and other times they just flat-out lie and make real people look like evil, cowardly, petty douchebags for the heck of it.
Writers will often do everything possible to avoid pointing out the troubling implications of their innocent plot ... but don't worry, that's what we're here for.
The only problem with a remake is that they don't actually credit the obscure movie they are remaking (or, you know, pay them for the rights).
These characters' primary trait exists only in the form of people in the show telling us, despite all evidence to the contrary.
Here are six more places you thought were fictional, when in fact you could totally roll up to them on a moped and take some obnoxious pictures.
Lucha movies feature battles against Spanish-speaking moon Nazis, Atlanteans and evil wrestlers, and that was all in one movie. One movie that wasn't as crazy as the one we're about to tackle.
The closest any of us will ever get to our idols is when their bodyguards rough us up for trying to get an autograph. Most of us, anyway.