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This is a perfect example of a flick that had many promotions but failed at the box office. I have even seen a article of 2 pages in an old fangoria concerning this flick, so go figure out. The picture in Fangoria were okay and made me think, it's going to be bloody. But I was wrong. Not that it was badly shot, it was all done in a proper way but it takes too long before the zombies arrive. The zombies themselves looks really okay and the effects used as they are dismembered are also really well done. It's even a bit funny with a hacked off hand keeping attacking ones throat and one soldier being killed by the remains of a slashed arm of a zombie. But as I said, it takes too long before they actually attack. The supernatural effects are out dated. The idea was okay and can be related to 2000 maniacs in some ways. It never had a proper release and is only available on ex-rental NTSC VHS.
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