Broadsheet Trailer Park: Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse



What you may need to know:

1. Very, very NSFW.

2. The title is pretty unambiguous, although it is missing an apostrophe.

3. In fairness, this looks like it has bigger problems than correct punctuation.

4. Boy scouts? Really? Tye Sheridan is 19 and Logan Miller is 23. That’s just plain weird.

5. Sheridan deserves so much better than this Superbad-meets-Zombie Strippers dreck.

Broadsheet prognosis: Zombieland it ain’t.

Release Date: November 6.

(Mark blogs about film, TV and other stuff at

7 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse

  1. Drogg

    Nice to see that Broadsheets film guy is up to date with a trailer from last week. I think this looks like great craic, unapologetic zombie nonsense, we don’t all want to sit boringly watching lost in translation and talking about the genius of Sophie Coppola give me zombies slapstick comedy and buckets of fake blood any day.

    1. rory

      Judging from the director/film reference, I’m guessing your opinion hasn’t been updated since 2003.
      To catch you up: Critical reaction to Coppola’s later work has been lukewarm. Lost in Translation has largely been reappraised as a load of hipster balls. (Not the worst hipster balls, but still.)

      1. rory

        Also, personally i would like the trailer park film to be made by a genius. It doesn’t matter if it’s a zombie flick. I wouldn’t mind if BS showcased potentially good flicks once in a while.
        (Also also, did you know that the plural of genius is genii, not geniuses.)

        1. Drogg

          I think all of coppola’s work including lost in translation is Poo and made for people who just want there friends to think they are smart. I don’t get why me referencing a movie that idiots still fawn over has any indication of my held beliefs. Also i don’t necessarily want a movie made by a genius but something that is enjoyable to watch and that the trailer isn’t a week old.

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