Rama is back with another review and it seems like he really liked this movie.
Step aside, Zombieland! There’s a new kid on the block! SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE rocks my socks off! I was laughing so hard, snots came out of every orifice, it was that freakin’ funny! And our unlikely heroes are badass to the bone. Just sit back, hold tight, and enjoy the ride!
Three young talents, Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller, and Joey Morgan play three best friends who’ve been scouts for a number of years. Sheridan plays Ben, the virtuous goal oriented one who feels sorry for Augie (Joey Morgan) who thinks scout is everything for eternity, whereas Logan Miller plays Carter, the rowdy one who can’t wait to move on. One night, after a betrayal at the campground, they find their town attacked by an outbreak. And they get by with a little help from a cocktail waitress Denise played by Sarah Dumont who can shoot a zombie’s head off and walk away looking H-O-to the T!
This Christopher Landon-directed film is basically coming-of-age story at the dawn of the dead. There’s no better way to put this than that SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE is a helluva great time at the theaters, it’s a rock ‘em sock ‘em experience in high voltage. And the comedy is consistent from start to finish, even when the action and the gore get elevated. It has every formula you’d find in a zombie movie including coming up with your own custom-made personalized weaponry using whatever tools you can get your hands on. There’s not a single boring minute in SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE, at the heart of it is this friendship story, but the zombies are more than just a canvas or a background, speaking of which you’ll get to see them do some of the darndest things ever, irreverent and unapologetic. SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE doesn’t hold back, so just let it all in and again, enjoy the ride!
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