See. This. Movie.


Chris and I went to see this movie, laughed ourselves silly, then took Reno and Tole to see it.

There is some gore — it is, after all, a zombie movie — but less than some others I’ve seen recently, and there’s quite a bit of cussing and swearing, but other than a brief shot of a set of pasties, there’s no nudity.

There are, however, guns galore, including some brief scenes of what I think might be an HK MP7; and you will gain a whole new appreciation for the fine art of the double-tap.



The Warrior Song
My last two weeks at work in one picture:

9 thoughts on “See. This. Movie.”

  1. "In those moments where you're not quite sure if the undead are really dead, dead, don't get all stingy with your bullets."

    Gotta agree..well worth the price of admission.

  2. I loved the movie. It was like a train wreck I couldn't look away. Woody Harrelson's part must have been written expressly for him. He didn't even need to act! Great flick. It will keep the laughter flowing.

  3. May I also suggest Dead Snow, since you liked Zombieland. Not much bad language, no nudity, and it is nazi zombies. At one point, one the protagonists uses a MG42 on the zombies.
    You will need to rent or buy the DVD to see it.

  4. This is the only movie I've wanted to see again in the theatres for quite a long time.

  5. Yeah Zombieland rocks. saw it opening weekend. "No..zombie kill of the week goes to.." piano drops on zombie "poor flat bastard." ROFL

  6. I don't watch too many movies, but this one's actually got my attention – not going to go to a theater, as I hate those places, but I'll go out of my way to check it out on DVD.

  7. I laughed so hard during this movie, I almost choked once or twice. It was truly awesome.

  8. That was by far the best movie I have seen in a very long time. I was still laughing at it as I was leaving the theater.

    Totally worth buying when it comes out on DVD, too.

    And I love the WV tonight: spult.

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