Are all zombies evil? Can there be a nice, kind zombie? Have you ever seen a zombie helping an old person walk across the street? How about serving soup at a homeless shelter? Of course you haven’t. The reason is that zombies are interested in one thing and one thing only. Brains.
Zombies love brains. But if you were to take an already evil person and make them into a zombie, does this make them more evil than your regular, run of the mill zombie? This is a question that I’m sure all of you have discussed at least once, whether it was around the Shabbos table or in Hebrew school.
Don’t worry. You’re not the only one who has thought about this. The good people over at College Humor have made a really brilliant video taking on the topic of Nazi Zombies. Does it even matter if the Zombie used to be a Nazi? Evil is evil. Or will Nazis be even more discriminatory?
By the way, people of College Humor, this should be a real movie. Is it really less ridiculous than Surf Nazis Must Die?
Warning: There are Hasidic Zombies in this video. If you don’t like to laugh at that, then don’t watch.
Pronounced: khah-SID-ik, Origin: Hebrew, a stream within ultra-Orthodox Judaism that grew out of an 18th-century mystical revival movement.