Not WW3, But WWZ


When a zombie pandemic begins sweeping the globe, retired U.N. special agent Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) finds himself in the unenviable position of trying to stop it.

A lesser man would point out that facing down ravenous undead hordes was most emphatically not in the original job description. But Gerry’s better than that. He may not be the best man for the job, but he’s probably the best man alive for the job – and he’s willing to take a shot at saving humanity if it secures his family refuge aboard a U.S. aircraft carrier.

Within hours, he’s on a flight to Camp Humphreys, a military base in South Korea where the term “zombie” was reportedly first used in reference to the plague. And that’s only the beginning. As governments are toppled and armies are crushed, Gerry races against the clock to fulfill one very simple mission: isolate the source, find a cure.

Did I say simple? Silly me. Continue reading —>

2 thoughts on “Not WW3, But WWZ”

    1. Hmmm… I’m not sure, Slimjim. I didn’t notice it, but in a movie as intense and frenetic as this one, it wouldn’t surprise me. That’s neat you remember the filming. :)

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