Filmmaker Josh Whedon, known for his work on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Firefly” and “The Avengers,” has released a pro Romney video just in time for Halloween.
His satirical spoof is designed to prey on the fears of undecided Americans who are convinced a zombie apocalypse followed by insolvency and chaos is inevitable if they vote in Mitt Romney for President.
“It’s his commitment to ungoverned corporate privilege that will nosedive this economy into true insolvency and chaos, the kind of chaos you can’t buy back,” Whedon says in his video. “Money is only so much paper to the undead.”
Does anyone remember four years ago when images of a zombie John McCain went viral after he completed the final presidential debate with Obama at Hofstra University?
The idea of a zombie Mitt Romney is definitely not original — in fact, it's tired and played out just like Whedon's lame jokes about Spam.
Josh Whedon is an awful choice as a spokesman for the zombie apocalypse becuase he's just not believable. He's all about superheroes and vampire slayers — but he doesn't know crap about zombies. He fails to promote the positive aspects of a lumbering zombie nation.
He would be the first one to piss his pants if a horde of zombies showed up at his front door. Maybe he can feed them all Spam to keep them from engorging on his skull.
“If Mitt takes office, sooner or later the zombies will come for all of us” Whedon says.
Wha, wha, wha! We're all going die a horrible death without Obama. An undead president isn't the worst idea — neither is a zombie nation that feeds on brains, especially if they start with Wall Street bankers.
So don't fear what you can't understand people - no matter what Josh Whedon says.