1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five other people.
As it happens, I have Kim Paffenroth's 'Gospel of the Living Dead' next to my elbow. So the relevant text is:
Out in the streets, a further setback for the human survivors is that the electrified fence is still turned on, and therefore they cannot escape out of the city, making Riley's earlier observation of the fence all the more prescient and chilling: "I can't help but think we're all locked in." We see a crowd of people trapped at the fence, with zombies closing in on them. Riley anticipates this problem, and as he drives Dead Reckoning towards the fence, he shoots off fireworks to try and save the trapped people, but now it is to no avail, as the zombies are no longer distracted by them.
It's from a synopsis of 2005's 'Land of the Dead' - but I haven't got to that point in my re-watching yet (though I have seen the film a couple of times).
I tag: Paul, Tom, Joe, Jonathan and Juliet.