Dead Salvation


I went to see the new Terminator movie this past weekend with a friend and I have to say it was action packed but I wasn’t impressed. I walked out of the theater feeling like something wasn’t complete, like the film was missing something. No, I am not talking about Arnold. It missed something with the storyline, it seemed.

I spent most of the time watching the film asking myself, ‘Who is that little girl?” “Why did they even write her into the story?” She didn’t seem to have a purpose in the film other than being someone to yell at, “RUN” Then I started thinking of the Mad Max films and remembered that there was a little kid that didn’t talk in Road Warrior -but it the kid in that film seemed to have a purpose. It makes my head hurt when I try to figure out why this kid was in the new Terminator movie.. oh well, enough of that.

On other movie news, I picked up the movie ‘Dead Meat’ and it looks like it is going to be so bad and I can’t wait to watch it.

Here is the story plot,

The tourist Helena  and her mate Martin  are traveling by car through the County of Leitrim, Ireland, when Martin hits a man. He brings the body to his car, and the corpse returns to live and bites him. Helena looks for help in a cottage and is attacked inclusive by Martin. Sooner she realizes that the place is infested of zombies. She meets the gravedigger Desmond and they cross the countryside trying to find a safe place. They meet another couple and they become aware that the mad cow disease has infected humans transforming them in living dead

After reading that I am sure this film will be fun — so here is the trailer

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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.


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