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We actually didn't witness what happened to Lori. It was heavily implied that she was completely eaten by a zombie, whom Rick found with a belly so full and swollen it couldn't move. But, if so then it had to eat her bones and skull as well as her flesh. There was nothing left but a bloody stain on the floor, from what I remember. The last time we see Lori in the flesh, before that scene, is when she dies during child birth and Carl has to shoot her to make sure she doesn't come back as a zombie. However, I don't think that we saw Carl actually shoot her. We heard him fire the gun, but the camera was on Maggie at the time. I don't think we see Lori's body again, ever. So, it's possible that enough of her survived to become an ambulatory zombie, since everything that happened aside from her actual death from complications of child birth was implied and not actually shown. Still, Lori made cameos throughout season 3, anyway, as Rick's hallucinations. I don't think we've gotten any indication so far that that suddenly went away. So, I think if she shows up again we'll probably see her as Rick's hallucination again. We could see her as a zombie, I guess, but I hope not. I'm actually really sick of Rick's issues and would love for him to stop hallucinating, and whether he stops that or not seeing her as a zombie is probably going to make things worse for him and we'll have more emotionally and mentally unstable Rick for s4. <<; I seriously hope that's not the angle this goes, whether she makes cameos as anything or not. And it isn't that I don't like Rick, I love him. And I don't begrudge him grieving for his wife, especially since she died before they even patched things up between them. But, I think hallucinations and going insane are just a bit too far and I'm ready for that to end and for him to move on. So, hopefully that will happen during s4. Things are bad enough in zombie world without adding insanity. Plus, Michonne mentioned that she may have had a similar issue with her boyfriend's death and she seems to have moved beyond that now so...yeah, hopefully it's something Rick can and will get passed in s4. *crosses fingers* Either way, though, I'm still really looking forward to the next season of The Walking Dead and it's already hard knowing that I still have so long to wait before the premiere! And I know I'm not the only one frothing at the mouth for more despite how long there still is before we'll get it.
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I liked the movie, but does it need a sequel? I don't think so.
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Very psycho film!
Hell yes! I just loved this film. They did so much with basically just a guy in a mask, 'twas chilling and hilarious all at once. A big "yay!" to a sequel!
Why are they using an old Charmed pic for their poster?