The original Cardboard Warfare? Three and a half minutes of pure paper kickass. Cardboard Warfare 2? Twenty-five minutes of beiged paper, boxed artillery, fly-like-paper planes, bizzaro world fun. It's the World War 2 to the original's World War I.
The flick was written, directed and edited by Clinton Jones and like WWII, includes killing Nazis and explosions, but unlike WWII, is all fought with cardboard weaponry. How can you not watch? I can't imagine the amount of difficult and uncooperative cardboard they had to deal with to make their props this go around. [Facebook.com/PwnisherTV via The Awesomer]
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