Mikey Guzman’s (Ra?l Castillo) viral in-universe zombie killing video from Army of the Dead are delivered in full. Zack Snyder’s exceptionally expected re-visitation of the zombie classification appeared a month ago and has been earning high acclaim from that point forward. As Snyder is quite possibly the most polarizing producers working today, there always will undoubtedly be a few naysayers, yet Army of the Dead has been floating around the 70% territory on Rotten Tomatoes since its delivery. This is a tick down from the basic gathering to Zack Snyder’s Justice League, however an immense improvement from his past DCEU films in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Man of Steel.
Now, new in-universe recordings from Guzman’s viral Youtube channel can be seen through Netflix Film Club. The different clasps show Mikey Guzman’s different capers around Las Vegas as he flaunts his inventive zombie-slaughtering capacities, including pancaking a shambler’s head with his Cadillac and a violent round of zombie baseball, loaded with nervy altering. Watch Guzman’s recordings underneath:
In spite of the fact that he was presented as a somewhat absurdist character whose presence on the heist group could be compared to a Harlem Globetrotter joining a NBA group, Guzman was really granted a brave demise towards the finish of the film, as he forfeits himself to save Bautista’s Scott and Arnezeder’s Lily. In this day and age of web-based media, Guzman is certifiably not an unrealistic illustration of what sort of influencers may jump up online in case of a zombie end times.
Guzman’s in-universe recordings are only the most recent illustration of Snyder’s skill for creating true to life universes, which will ideally be shown further in the two forthcoming Army of the Dead prequels: Army of Thieves, a surprisingly realistic film zeroing in on Matthias Schweigh?fer’s unusual safecracker Ludwig Dieter, and Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas, an enlivened arrangement follows the characters in the beginning of the flare-up. Despite the fact that Castillo’s character has not been affirmed to show up in either prequel, maybe his viral zombie-murdering recordings will gather some interest in an Army of the Dead spinoff focused on the fan-most loved Guzman.