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Álex de la Iglesia
Armando De Razza,
Three survivors of a zombie outbreak (caused by an alien virus) intercepted by the authorities and thrown straight back into the now quarantined town. The trio, an ex pro-wrestler named John West (Pablo Parés), medical student Bill (Pablo Parés), and a nerd called Max (Hernán Sáez), fend off the undead whilst trying to figure out a way to escape their predicament. Written by
Man o man I love zombie movies. If you do too, the chances are good that you'll like this little gem. Here are a few key facts: 1) It's Argentinian. And the DVD I got does not have a dubbed version, only subtitles. So if you're one of those wussies who can't handle reading and watching at the same time.....
2) It must have had a budget of about 7 Argentinian dollars. Rather than taking away from the film, I think it actually makes it better. The gore is fantastic for a low-budget foreign horror flick.
3) The actors are obviously having a blast. Two of the main characters also wrote and directed this. They have a lot of really good shots, some kick-a$$ action sequences, and many shots of "Bill" simply looking pi$$sed.
All in all, if you like gore/splatter flicks, zombie flicks, or just plain kick-a$$ flicks, go ahead and get this movie.
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