Zombie films come from a very clear cut genre that basically consists of drama, action and guts. Up until the first Zombieland came out in 2009 and infused dark comedy into the formula, and before The Walking Dead shuffled onto the small screen a year later skyrocketing zombie-mania to an all time high, the genre honestly got stale for a while. It makes sense it took so long for a sequel to finally materialize but we finally got Zombieland: Double Tap and now comes the million dollar question: was it worth the wait? Short answer is yes but there's a drawback which I'll touch on in just a bit. To begin, the film picks up several years later where we find our favorite zombie-wrecking crew surviving and making it in z-land. However, a disagreement causes the crew to separate leading to one of them being in danger as a new mutated version of the zombies begins to surface posing a much greater threat. The plot for Double Tap isn't anything new, and it does fall victim to what I refer to as "sequelitis" since the plot is more or less the same, but the themes of family and the bonds between people definitely mesh well with the hilarity and sweet zombie action that ensues. Even though Zombieland: Double Tap could've capitalized better on its' 10 year hiatus especially in its' third act, it's still a welcomed entry and funny one too.