Difference between zombie and phantom
- several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
- a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force
- (voodooism) a spirit or supernatural force that reanimates a dead body
- a god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies
- someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
The movie would perhaps be better described as a suspenseful intrigue, but due to the inclusion of zombies, undead or not, it gets called "horror.
Regardless of whether those pessimistic readings of the debate are correct, and of whether the zombie idea itself is sound or incoherent, it continues to stimulate fruitful work on consciousness, physicalism, phenomenal concepts, and the relations between imaginability, conceivability, and possibility.
College students are stranded in an abandoned town whose only law is the ghost of ruthless gunslinger Bloody Bill Anderson and his posse of vicious zombies.
- a ghostly appearing figure
- something existing in perception only
- something apparently sensed but having no physical reality
A Scottish moor long bore the reputation for being haunted by a phantom flock of sheep, which were always heard "baaing" plaintively before a big storm.
Loosely based on an old Montreal myth about a phantom ship and a shadowy captain (according to the poorly translated English press release), the maze is made up of five connected game zones.
In this work, the dose distribution produced by a single, rectangular ( "planar") x-ray microbeam was simulated inside the head phantoms which had a cylindrical shape.