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 Doom vs Resident Evil vs Dawn of the Dead, Best movie
 
Which movie did you prefer
Doom [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
Resident Evil [ 1 ]  [100.00%]
Dawn of the Dead [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
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darkender
Posted on Nov 15 2008, 03:27 AM


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What movie do you think was the best out of the three?





Also which "Zombies" do you think will win in a fight if all of them where to gather and fight.
Scenerio:

A Mad man is trying to get a ransom from the Government claiming he has a biological weapon that will take out humans completely. The Government doesn't give him the money and he releases the disease. He sets off each one in a different place. The Doom disease in the west. Resident Evil Disease in the East, And the Dawn of the dead one right smack in the middle of the U.S.

Which one takes over? (We're assuming everybody turns into a monster with the Doom disease)


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