I saw two movies this weekend, both which rather pointedly used Johnny Cash's 'The Man Comes Around'.
'Dawn of the Dead' on Friday used it to great effect as the beginning of the movie during the opening credits to set the tone of death coming.
'The Hunted', which was a better move than I expected, also used it to cap the movie after using a narration of Cash telling the story of the sacrifice of Issac to set the initial mood.
And I almost rented a third movie, 'The Rundown', that uses Cash's 'Don't Take Your Guns to Town'.
I guess it just shows the pervasive cultural impact of his music.
Off-topic, you have to love seeing zombie movies with someone who screams and grabs your arm six thousand times an hour when they're scared.