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John David Shepherd
If the crew behind "Zombie Chronicles" ever read this, here's some advice guys:
1. In a "Twist Ending"-type movie, it's not a good idea to insert close-ups of EVERY DEATH IN THE MOVIE in the opening credits. That tends to spoil the twists, y'know...?
2. I know you produced this on a shoestring and - to be fair - you worked miracles with your budget but please, hire people who can actually act. Or at least, walk, talk and gesture at the same time. Joe Haggerty, I'm looking at you...
3. If you're going to set a part of your movie in the past, only do this if you have the props and costumes of the time.
4. Twist endings are supposed to be a surprise. Sure, we don't want twists that make no sense, but signposting the "reveal" as soon as you introduce a character? That's not a great idea.
Kudos to the guys for trying, but in all honesty, I'd rather they hadn't...
Only for zombie completists.
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