Review by Amber
Norman Babcock is just like any normal 11-year-old misfit, except that he can speak to the dead. Unfortunately no one else can see or hear the many ghosts who inhabit the small town of Blithe Hollow, Massachusetts, so people think he’s just weird—and perhaps crazy. But when a centuries-old witch’s curse brings zombies to town, Norman’s unique and strange ability comes in handy.
Review by Elliott
The first thing that should be mentioned about World War Z is that this isn’t a zombie movie. In your typical zombie movie you have 3 things.Close encounters that result in a gory mess (aka, shotgun to the head), stupid characters making stupid decisions(no, stop, don’t open that door), and zero plot. These stereotypes in no way describe World War Z. Continue Reading
Review by Tres
This is my first major review for our site LTBM. In viewing a new release the selection was made for me by my 16 year-old daughter when she begged me to take her and a couple of her friends to see Warm Bodies. Now, I will give a warning that it seems like I am one of the few people in this country that hasn’t jumped onto the zombie band wagon. I can do vampires, werewolves, and really any other “monster”, but zombies have never been my thing. With that said, and without me giving everything away about this movie, since you might still spend your money on it, let me discuss some points about the movie.