How well do you know the walking dead?

A zombie walk from 'The Walking Dead'
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Think you have what it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse? Test your brainzzz and try this quiz!

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A promotional poster for AMC's 'The Walking Dead.'
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Question 1 of 12 Score: 0

The survivors on 'The Walking Dead' have taken refuge in everything but this:

While an island sounds like it would be a first choice during the zombie apocalypse, Rick and the gang have run instead from prison to farm to protected township. Based on the success of these previous bases, they might want to consider a cruise ship.

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A zombie walk.
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Question 2 of 12 Score: 0

This Mediterranean city holds a ghoulish zombie walk every March:

Every March, thousands take to the streets of the Mediterranean city of Tel Aviv as the decaying undead. The event is one of several around the world that celebrate the zombie genre and bring out some of the best in fan costumes and homegrown special effects.

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A zombie from '28 Days Later.'
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Question 3 of 12 Score: 0

In '28 Days Later,' an infected human becomes a zombie in:

In the 2002 hit zombie film, directed by British filmmaker Danny Boyle, humans are transformed into the rage-induced undead only 10-20 seconds after infection. In addition to passing the deadly virus through bites, the disease can also spread through exposure to mucous membranes.

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A zombie from 'World War Z'.
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Question 4 of 12 Score: 0

In 'World War Z,' what country holds the anti-zombie pathogen?

The dramatic conclusion of "World War Z" takes place in a World Health Organization facility outside Cardiff, Wales. When Gerry, played by American actor Brad Pitt, secures the pathogen, the survivors use it to create a vaccine that effectively camouflages the living from the dead.

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A scene from 'Night of the Living Dead.'
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Question 5 of 12 Score: 0

George Romero's 'Night of the Living Dead' was inspired by this 1954 story:

Romero, an American filmmaker, drew inspiration for "Living Dead" from author Richard Matheson's "I Am Legend." The short story, about a plague that turns humans into vampire-like creatures, was eventually turned into a 2007 film starring Will Smith.

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A promo for '28 Weeks Later.'
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Question 6 of 12 Score: 0

At the end of '28 Weeks Later,' what city is revealed to be under attack by zombies?

The sequel, directed by Spanish filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, chronicles survivors fleeing a reawakened undead infection outside London. Despite efforts to contain them, the undead are shown at the end of the film running toward the Paris skyline.

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The poster for 'World War Z'.
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Question 7 of 12 Score: 0

This city was one of the last to avoid the zombie apocalypse in 'World War Z':

Acting on a tip, Israeli officials in "World War Z" rapidly build a wall around Jerusalem to protect the city from the undead. The franchise, based on the best-selling book by American Max Brooks, is slated to receive a sequel in 2018 or 2019.

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A zombie from "The Walking Dead."
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Question 8 of 12 Score: 0

On 'The Walking Dead,' what nickname has never been given to the undead?

The characters on "The Walking Dead" series have never referred to their undead antagonists as zombies. In all seven seasons, they've instead been called "Walkers," "Lamebrains," "Biters," "Rotters," "Skineaters," "Lurkers," "Roamers" and "Geeks."

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A scene from 'Zombieland.'
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Question 9 of 12 Score: 0

In 'Zombieland,' what snack group is Tallahassee actively looking for?

Tallahassee, played by American actor Woody Harrelson, is obsessed with finding Twinkies in a post-apocalyptic America. Being a vegan, however, Harrelson stipulated that any Twinkies he ate during filming be made from cornmeal and animal-free products.

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Entering Pittsburgh in 'The Last of Us'.
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Question 10 of 12 Score: 0

This zombie game features Pittsburgh as one of its settings:

"The Last of Us" takes players through a zombie-scarred America and includes cities like Boston, Pittsburgh and Salt Lake City. Co-created by Israeli-American Neil Druckmann, the game received critical acclaim for both its story and scares. A sequel is in development.

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A scene from 'Day of the Dead'.
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Question 11 of 12 Score: 0

In 'Day of the Dead,' where do the survivors end up spending the rest of their lives?

In George Romero's 1985 classic "Day of the Dead," the survivors at the end of the film jump into a helicopter and escape to a deserted island. A remake of the film, executive produced by Israeli legend Avi Lerner, is slated for release later this year.

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A zombie from 'The Walking Dead'.
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Question 12 of 12 Score: 0

A 2015 study named this U.S. location as ideal for surviving the zombie apocalypse:

Using a simulation, researchers from Cornell University determined that the Rocky Mountains would offer ideal protection and time to prepare for the undead. Urban centers like New York City or Los Angeles would succumb extremely quickly.

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