Never Forget World War Z with These Haunting Prints
With World War Z inbound in cinemas worldwide, questions abound. How did the war start? Who survived? Did we win? Does the movie hold a candle to the book? Why is there a cat in the movie poster?
Still, with the early word that the movie acquits itself better than its trailers, I believe that we have found the most tasteful way to celebrate World War Z with some “Limited Edition” World War Z poster prints based on various licensed covers from printings of the book worldwide. That’s right, there are more to book covers than just the “normal” and “movie” versions.
These prints are $12 apiece, but they are currently on backorder. Nevertheless, Think Geek is taking orders, which should mean that the posters are not yet sold out.
Now, having embraced a tasteful appreciation and interpretation of Max Brooke’s excellent faux zombie war documentary, it is time to answer another important question. This is a question posed and answered by the gents of AwfulDJ, so you can expect it to be awfully funny.
The question is, isn’t the movie trailer for World War Z sublimely telling the story of The Weather Girls’ It’s Raining Men?
Hallelujah, that song makes just about anything funny, even a tragic zombie-filled struggle for humanity. And if it has not been pointed out already, everyone should check out the original and classic War World Z.