Author: Tom Emlyn Williams

As all speculative fiction should do, In the Flesh asks a ‘what if’ question, and that question is ‘what if zombies could be healed and reintegrated into society?’ Possible answers to this question are explored very effectively over the three episodes of this series. The zombies themselves are humanised brilliantly – they are actual characters, rather than simply fodder for bullets. This is an interesting approach to the zombie genre, and results in In the Flesh achieving something that goes beyond cheap gore. This is not a universe of good and evil – these characters inhabit a more complex moral…

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