World War Z

Brad Pitt, M. Night Shyamalan and the late C.S. Lewis are at it again.
Prevention is the only protection. So if Illegal migration is a burning issue for you today, please re-examine your resistance to climate change.
When I would complain about some trivial disappointment as a child (or even a teen -- and, really, disappointments at that age never feel as trivial as they are), my mother would say, "Well, it's not the end of the world." Fortunately, she didn't live to see contemporary pop culture.
You may have to walk through the Valley of Death to reach a better place, but live like a zombie long enough and you might wish you'd made that walk. It took me 29 years to do it. It ain't no easy thing. But it's hard being a zombie.
Some of 2013's highest-grossing movies that did not make TorrentFreak's list include "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "Despicable
"Shadow Walk" follows a team of soldiers, a priest and a scientist into a mysterious portal where the characters must confront their fears -- and establish whether they've stumbled onto a gateway to hell.
What is happening in the real world is a WHOLE LOT scarier than zombies taking over the planet. Which seems unlikely. The death of the oceans seems to be very likely.
I thought it was a fad, and it would die out. I was wrong. Zombies don't die, and neither does our fascination with them. All this leaves the unanswered question: why?
Hideously transformed children are still mostly forbidden by our aesthetic norms, but Shelley's novel reminds us that monstrosity takes many forms, and the most obvious are not always the most dangerous.