Here we shall share tactics that have not previously been discussed. Experimental, theoretical, but know that you're proabbly going to be critiqued, and those who critique should do so in a constructive manner.
When we say "tactics" are we in fact referencing thematic autuer elements concise within the contextual use of mise-en-scene, or are you mistaking this particular forum area as part of the "combat" elements in the Frequent discussions or New Discussions forum..?
If you want to delve into the conceptual use of dynamic camera [ala Sergei Eisenstein] with the theoretical practices of High Key versus low key lighting & contemporary texturization [ala Akira Kurosawa] then you've come to the right place.
If you want to know how to "make guts" or blow stuff up- you've come to the right place... Well- sort of... I'm not going to explain the intricacies of explosives on a live forum.
If you're into video/film production and you need some hard hitting answers for writing, development, armory or to bounce a cool ide off of people- this is the place.
If you're looking to place a .45 slug into a shambler at 45 paces- you're about two degrees of seperation my esteemed colleague!
I came across a group of Z's that had fallen into a basement where the floor of a house had collapsed. I slung gas on them and pitched a burning rag down on the gas soaked Zeds. They ambled and clawed at the walls to try to escape. It took about five minutes to cook them, but the did stop moving around. My theory is that if a living human was suspended over a deep pit to act as bait, you could reproduce my BBQ. Perhaps you could use this technique to clear out a small town.
if you want to take down alot at once run out in front of them with a shotgun (just in case) and lead them to a store with a loading dock, make sure to have a door open once your inside the zombies will stay in that area then you have your friends who should be on the roof through several molatoves down on them and boom zombie B-B-Q.