A review of Zombieland

I have to admit that I am not much of a fan of zombie movies.  There is something about them that hits too close to the core and excites in me an atavistic terror and horror.  I have a lot of trouble seeing the humor in even broad satires and mash-ups.  That said, I have to admit to having been amused, even while horrified and repulsed (at times) by this movie.  I also have to say that includes one of the most pronounced episodes of Darwinian rewarded stupidity ever filmed--one, which on its own makes the movie worth watching.


  1. Thanks for the link, Steven. I like Zombieland because, although it's ostensibly a zombie film, its focus is firmly on the humans. Plus, it's just a lot of fun.


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