REVIEW: Zombieland Double Tap


Blood, comedy and broken walls. Zombieland is a classic film about the most unlikely of people trying to survive an apocalypse and find a home.

They abide by a list of survival rules and zombie-killing strategies while trying to make their way to Los Angeles in search of a safe house.

Now Zombieland Double Tap is finally here. After waiting 10 years, fans finally get to see their favorite zombie-killing crew, get into life-threatening battles and comical situations.

A lot like the original, Zombieland Double Tap is about our zombie slayers Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita and Little Rock. They end up leaving their stronghold to travel to Graceland in Memphis, Tenn. Along the way, they encounter other post-apocalyptic doppelgangers and a group of survivors who find refuge in an Elvis-themed hotel. They also have to adapt to their changing environment because of the zombies changing.

The movie is a fun, visual experiment. I love that in the Zombieland movies they have words come onto the screen making them look like they’re a part of the world Zombieland is in.

A 3D visual that really adds to the movie and builds onto the survival rules.

I did think something was over the top in this movie, but overall it was pretty good. I don’t like it as much as the original, but it is still a fun movie and something people can really enjoy.