Yet Another Reason to Be Glad I Don't Have Cable
Somebody in this is missing brains, and I don't think it's the zombies . . .
There's a review in Slate of a horror show tonight on Showtime.
Dead troops from Iraq rise as zombies and start eating Republicans. The reviewer thinks "my guess is that most members of the military would get a kick out of this flick that praises the troops in Iraq". I don't know what he's basing that on--earlier in the review he says "zombies are the perfect metaphor for our soldiers in Iraq: They're shell-shocked, anonymous, and aren't asked to make very many decisions." That ain't praise in my book. He also says of the troops "we don't really have a clue as to what's on their minds." Apparently something as bold as asking
them hadn't occurred to that reporter. Current Mood: annoyed