Excerpt: Columbus is afraid of just about everything. And that’s a good thing as it’s kept him alive while the rest of the world went to hell. Two months after someone took a bite of an infected burger, the world has turned into a desolate place, filled with zombies that prefer nothing less than some nice...
Excerpt: Over the last decade, zombie and vampire movies have become the new “it” thing in terms of films. While I’m getting a bit tired of vampires (thank you Stephenie Meyer), I find it nearly impossible to become tired of zombies.
Excerpt: The Film Hemp, its advocates say, is a tremendously useful substance. Clothing, furniture and herbal entertainment call all be derived from this plant. That having been said, I imagine all of its secondary uses pale in comparison to its primary deployment as a mind mellower.
Excerpt: Zombieland is all about rules. For instance, you do not run over a zombie once. That requires taking a chance that you missed. Instead, you implement “Double Tap,” a rule that reminds you to kill all zombies twice, just in case.
Excerpt: The Film Rule #1 - Cardio Rule #2 - Beware of Bathrooms Rule #3 - Seatbelts Rule #4 - The Double Tap Those are but a few of the rules you'll need to follow if you have any hope of surviving "Zombieland," the blood-stained landscape formerly known as the old U.S. of A.
Conclusion: Zombieland is a genre lover's dream come true, a movie that's put it all together, realized what the genre is all about, and what it needs to continue on, at least with a fresh and novel approach to keep things cinematically interesting until the real Zombies start poking their (literally) rotten...
Excerpt: I walked into Zombieland in a terrible mood and walked out a completely different person. No, I wasn’t turned into a zombie; I just walked out unreservedly delighted. Seriously, like twinkle-in-your-eye happy.