1. The picture is squashed to make it look worse than it is.
2. They ran it at 70 MPH into a huge concrete barrier
3. The tridion cage held.
tomyironmane - January 7, 2014, 9:50 am
1.) I don't drive an F350.
2.) That passenger space is not intact, all the stuff from the hood just got crushed into the space where people's legs used to be.
3.) Just because the car looks about the same shape doesn't mean the crash was survivable.
NobodySpecial - January 6, 2014, 11:05 pm
Notice how the passenger space is still intact, the door is working and the roof is above your head? Now roll your F350 and see how well you do
OdinsChild - October 1, 2013, 8:51 pm
correction deathorfire that's one of those plastic plug-in things you buy a five year old
tomyironmane - August 2, 2013, 11:31 pm
the only smart thing about this car is that if you get in an accident they can put you both in the same grave plot.
tomyironmane - August 2, 2013, 11:30 pm
I parked next to one of these once.with front bumpers even, his rear bumper was next to my windshield, and yet you'll still see the little psychos weaving in and out of traffic
They covered this in the 80's movie THE DEAD NEXT DOOR. Apparently standing in s group making noise isn't a good idea during a Zombie Apacolypse, they like the noise they're attracted to the noise.
Cyberhagen - August 3, 2013, 12:31 pm
Beside the fact that if they're true zombies, they're dead -there is no "cure" for that. It might make sense to try to cure 28 Days Later type "zombies", if you define them as zombies at all, but most zombie movies feature the dead kind.
terroraustralis - July 30, 2013, 5:54 am
there already are in most movies... the whole "we can cure them!" theme. nobody ever discusses the possibility of simply killing all of the infected. administering a bullet is alot easier than administering an injection.