So, about these 3D movies. I will admit that I love most of them that I see (with the exception of some truly horrible not-even-close-to-being-good-not-even-for-so-bad-they-are-good-cultish reasons).
I have certainly snoozed off under a blue and red paper disguise occasionally when my boy was all hyped up about a bootlegged looking fright fest eBay prize. You know, the kind that is typically resurrected from the dusty depths of the multi-level DVD shelf that haunts your living room at about 2 a.m., peering out at you in all of its photo-copied-label glory and lacking any sort of conceivable plot? It sort of screams, “Hello, I smell like a thrift store and you won’t mind if you get a call during the ending because you won’t really know when it’s the end anyway…”(until the distorted awful folk/classic guitar music starts with credits you can’t read because it’s white text on a yellow background).
Well, as much as I am game for watching any obscure movie–3D or not–it is an overwhelmingly pleasant surprise when you happen to find out that your most favorite movie of all time is actually going to show up in 3D. I am a bit choked up as I type this…but…omg…Dawn of the Dead is going to be released in 3D.
There are truly no words to express the joy in my heart. I have a part-time job at a mall so I can pretend I am in a zombie movie. Now my beloved zombies, you can actually reach out and pinch my cheeks–just kidding, you don’t have motor skills!
Hooray! DOTD 3D!
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