Warm Bodies was a real surprise. A terrific movie with real heart that turns the Zombie genre on its head. This kind of movie puts the awkward romance in Twilight to shame, as Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer give terrific performances. The soundtrack is hip and spot on and John Malkovich shows us why he became a star in the first place. This isn't a great film but a solid one that pays tribute to the age old Romeo and Juliet storyline. It even pokes fun at the famous balcony scene! I only have one complaint about the film. I thought it could have been rated R instead of PG-13. This would be a strange criticism otherwise, as this film is aimed at teens. However, a bit more dark satire that truly exploited the horror genre couldn't have hurt. This really should have been more like Zombieland. That would have really put it over the top I think. Instead, Warm Bodies plays it kind of safe. This is all right I suppose, as this will broaden the audience considerably. Besides, 'kids' are 'smart' these days anyways. I doubt that a bit of blood and gore here and there phases them.