The Coronavirus (COVID-19) panic has hit South Jersey. My local Walmart looks picked over. I haven’t seen so many empty shelves since Hurricane Irene hit in 2011. There are just lots and lots of empty shelves.
I actually just went to get dog food and cat food. I was able to get cat food, but the dog food was sold out. More out of morbid curiosity than anything else I went and took a look at the water aisle and toilette paper aisle and I bet you can guess what I found.
There was just one sad bottle of water left, but it had fallen and the bottle was crumpled. I guess no one wanted the squished bottle…yet.
Next I hit the TP aisle.
The TP aisle was completely empty. As an American it is just weird to see. We are so used to always having whatever we need close at hand. I can totally see how this feeds into the panic even more. People see empty shelves, which they aren’t used to seeing, and they figure if they do see something they need, they better stock up.
Let’s hope this blows over soon, but Trump has been managing this crisis like the ill equipped, rich boy he is.
Dead Don’t Die in Dallas (2019) is really not so much a zombie movie as a movie about how some people let hatred rule their lives. As a social commentary on stupidity, this is a great movie if your trying to let someone you know and love that they should be who they want to be and love who they want, this is a great door opener. Be warned, there is graphic verbal depictions of sex, so its probably not a great door opener if your talking to a twelve year old – but then again what do I know?
As a zombie flick however, Dead Don’t Die in Dallas doesn’t fare quite as well. I like hordes of the undead and at least a few mass zombie killings when it comes to my undead flicks.
So as a LGBTQ zombie flick this gets a 100/100, but as a zombies eating people with hordes descending on the masses, this gets a 1, for a total score average of 51/100.