In 2009 Zombieland came out and while it didn’t change anyone’s life, it was still a very funny film that provided a breath of fresh air to the dangerously saturated zombie market that christ knows it needed.
In general, I hate anything zombie-related and while I obviously know I’m not the last word in film critique, it speaks volumes for the Ruben Fleischer flick that I would actually choose to watch this one again.
A while back we were treating their twist on the 10-year-challenge, when a new poster was released for Double Tap, which was basically identical to the first one, only people had aged a bit…
But now there’s a trailer and I guess it’s exactly what you’d expect, except there’s more non-zombie people knocking about…
Looks fun. Lots of slow-mo. Not really my thing, to be honest, slow motion.
It just doesn’t equate to good action for me; that’s why I hated Wonder Woman.
As for plot, nothing’s confirmed, but SuperBroMovies.com think they know what’s going on, and that includes the four main characters now living in the White House, which looks about right from the trailer.
When there, however, an argument breaks out, with Breslin’s Little Rock storming away with a new hippy boy played by Avan Jogia. The group then go to save her from some certified zombie japes, as you might expect.
There’s also a cool new expert zombie destroyer who’s played by Rosario Dawson; allegedly someone who Woody Harrelson becomes enamoured with.
Meanwhile, Luke Wilson is there? He’s quite similar to Woody Harrelson’s character and hey! It looks like Jesse Eisenberg has made a new lady friend, something Emma Stone isn’t happy about!!!
As for the zombies themselves, there’s now three new categories; Hawkings are very smart, Homers a big and slow, and ninjas are, presumably, ninja-like. Exciting.
18th of October. Be there.
Images via Sony Pictures
Alfie Powell joined as an apprentice and was probably hired because he was likely the only person who applied. He's been blagging his way through writing articles for four years now and he's definitely showing signs of slowing down. When not writing for The Hook, Alfie finds time to indulge in his favourite hobbies, such as drinking and sitting down.Follow