Here's the first four minutes of Warm Bodies - Flixist

Here's the first four minutes of Warm Bodies

11:00 AM on 12.28.2012

Nick Valdez

News Editor


I've been excited for Warm Bodies ever since I saw the first trailer (and then it played again right before Twilight 5: Die Harder the Day After Tomorrow As Long As It's Before Yesterday) and it seemed like a nice way to reinvigorate the currently tired zombie sub-genre. It's got a character that just draws me in that I hope doesn't crap out as soon as the movie starts. 

Well by the looks the first four minutes of Warm Bodies (brought to you by Fandango), it doesn't start off all that bad. I'm liking "R" so far, and his vision of the world is noticeably bleak (given his perspective). I just hope the rest of the film can live up to this promising start. Warm Bodies is out February 1st next year, and that is like forever from now. 

[via Fandango]




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