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Night of the Living Dead (1968) - Moving Eyes
Right after we meet Ben, he questions Barbara and then goes out to kill off about 3 zombies. During which a zombie enters the house is just about to attack Barbara before Ben makes the "perfect timing" save. After struggling with it, he drives a crow-bar through its fore-head. After which the camera focuses on the now DEAD body and you see it's eyes move after having a crow-bar shoved through it's brain. Ben says "Don't look at it!" and drags it out to burn.
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Jimmy_Pop821 on 07-29-2001
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b-loves-m writes:
Could It Possibly Be Muscles Contracting?
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Movieman1204 writes:
It's the same as when you chop an ant in half, it still moves a little. That's because of the nerves in it's body. That's also why a worm can live with a piece of it missing, because worms are just nerves inside.
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NeoB writes:
I agree, it's probably postmortem muscle contraction. Have you ever seen "The Rock". Dead guys legs are twitching, even after death, just a tiiiny bit more extreme, but it actually happens. Could be a slip-up, but one that somehow works.
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