November 13, 2009



Sometimes the title of a movie says it all.

“Zombieland” says to me that this movie is going to be about a land full of zombies.

I’ll bet anything, even my aunt’s dentures and my uncle’s glass eye, that I’m right. And if I’m not right I’m pretty sure my aunt and uncle will be very mad at me.

Editor's Note: How did Skippy come to this conclusion? He took the Latin roots of the word Zombieland – “zombie” and “land” – and used that as the basis of this movie review. Zombie in Latin means a dead person who is not dead, while land in Latin means a big piece of property you can walk on like America or Mississippi or Luxembourg.

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