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World War Z Trailer

A new zombie flick. These are fast zombies. Also, seems they act like ants in unison in some scenes where they’re climbing each other. Making baddies like insects has been done before.

8 Responses to “World War Z Trailer”

  1. Awelowynt Says:

    The book was slow zombies – they’d crawl over each other and scale a wall, eventually.

    Also, the book told a small piece of history from a different point of view in each chapter – this seemingly follows one character.

    I’ll likely go see it, but I can already tell I’ll like the book better.

  2. Britt Says:

    Yeah the book was great. Movie looks nothing like it. Actually the book would have made a great HBO style series. The various viewpoint characters really tell the global story well.

  3. MrSatyre Says:

    Fast-moving zombies as portrayed in this movie would be a serious game-changer. Everyone in “The Walking Dead” would have been dead within minutes of the opening credits.

    I think the behavior shown here is different from ants, however, as ants are working in concert towards a common goal, and the zombies in “WW Z” look more like a surge of mindless machines all trying to get at the same thing but with no thought or consideration of anything that gets between them and their goal. Same results, maybe, but a very different process. Maybe the movie will say different, but I think my explanation makes the zombies even more terrifying.

  4. mikee Says:

    Skimmed the book in a bookstore when it came out. Interesting concept, but zombies are so yesterday.

    I’m looking for a story where the antagonists are fully humans, acting inhumanely. Therein lies true terror.

  5. Britt Says:

    mikee Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 11:57 pm
    Skimmed the book in a bookstore when it came out. Interesting concept, but zombies are so yesterday.

    Iím looking for a story where the antagonists are fully humans, acting inhumanely. Therein lies true terror.
    ___________

    Well, I’d check the nonfiction section then. Plenty of stuff from history that fits the description. Particularly from the 20th Century.

  6. Laughingdog Says:

    “Iím looking for a story where the antagonists are fully humans, acting inhumanely. Therein lies true terror.”

    Any good zombie-style story uses the zombies as a vehicle to drive the remaining people to either be heroic or evil themselves.

    As for the zombies in this one, making them fast makes sense, if only because mobs of slow moving zombies that would “eventually” get up a wall isn’t something that’s going to be as unnerving in a 90-120 movie as making them fast will.

    In a mini-series, you have the luxury of time to work with. Not so much in a film.

  7. Patrick Says:

    Read the book a few years ago and it isn’t formatted as movie material. More documentary-like. The trailer looks like it somehow keeps the tone of the book and still make it fit into something Brad Pitt would show up for.

    Zombies have jumped the shark big time. I haven’t seen a single episode of anything zombie-related on TV.

    But this movie still looks cool enough to watch.

  8. NotClauswitz Says:

    Back in High School art-class I cast a whole bunch of little men in brass, and made a people-pile like that. They were climbing over each other up a pipe to reach a precious stone.

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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