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The Guns of ‘World War Z’

by Dylan Polk   |  July 18th, 2013 5

If there’s one thing we look for in a movie, it’s firepower. Character development takes a backseat as soon as we see the main character opening fire on a group of evildoers with some tricked out gun everyday folks like us only dream about owning.

So when we heard the bestselling zombie novel World War Z would be adapted into a feature film, we could barely contain our excitement. Like any good zombie flick, World War Z is packed with an arsenal of weaponry as humans fight to eradicate a zombie pandemic sweeping the entire planet. Even better, the film stars Brad Pitt, who along with wife Angelina Jolie has vocally supported the Second Amendment in the press. Doesn’t get much better than that.

But before you head out to the theater and throw down a few bucks, we thought it’d be nice to give you just a taste of some firearms you’ll see in World War Z. Don’t worry, we won’t spoil the movie for you, but this nine-gun preview will get you pumped up to see even more firepower.

Images courtesy of the Internet Movie Firearms Database.

  • SamF1911

    I saw this movie last weekend and it did not disappoint but it could have been better. I thought the gunplay was toned down to be honest, but that’s just me.

  • Francesco Navarro

    Boo… no SCAR… no M92 FS… no Kriss Vector… no UTAS… no Kel-tec… no P90… no problem, just kidding. Thanks for the list.

  • Loba Outdoors

    Haven’t seen the movie yet, but looking forward to the action. We at http://www.lobaoutdoors.com might be women, but we love the action too whether the field or the big screen. The Glock 17 was kind of expected, but it will be cool to see the Tavor CTAR-21 in action! Great review! Loved that you guys actually talked about the important things in the movie! ha!

  • Forbidden Fruit

    Came here to say that zombies, witches, vampires, aliens & all other mythical creatures SUCK. It’s been done to death and stopped being scary around the time I quit believing in the Easter Bunny.

    You want to be innovative and original? Write a solid script that doesn’t require gimmicks like excessive special effects or a trending pop culture craze to get butts in the seats.

    Also, special effects do not a great movie make. Just the opposite. When a show/movie is heavy on the CGI, you can be sure it’s done to make up for a lack of substance. This goes for action, Sci-Fi and any other genre. How braindead is the movie-going public anyway? Only a simpleton could suspend his disbelief for 2 1/2 hours as nonexistent monsters destroy humanity with virtually no logical storyline or character development.

    (I’m talking to you, World War Z).

    • ZENPATRIOT

      Well, thanks for your opinion. Not that anyone asked. I happen to like CGI in movies – it’s fascinating seeing New York or Los Angeles destroyed, or characters from literature come to life. I go to movies for escapism; can’t think of anything more boring than watching “real” people talk for two hours about their “real life” problems. I guess I’m just not as mature as someone like you.

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