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Submitted by feedluster 441d ago | review

Nerdluster - Warm Bodies Review

Nerdluster writes: Does watching Walking Dead on television, or shooting zombies in the latest Call of Duty make you feel as though the undead craze is just about ready to give up and un-die? The latest zombie movie to hit theater screens is a love story; a creepy, homicidal, flat footed love story. Make no bones about it Warm Bodies was meant to lampoon the Twilight movie and its demographic, more specifically the relationship between Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. The longing stares, loner protagonists, twisted love, and mormon undertones are as uneasy as ever in this modern Zombie Love Comedy.

You only need to look as far as the promotional website to see where the marketing for this movie intended to take it. There you can learn how to apply makeup to match the protagonist's "hot zombie look". Excuse me while I wretch into a bucket. (Cinema, Warm Bodies) -

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