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This film is a complete waste of time and money, and this is coming from someone who usually enjoys sub-par zombie films. House of the Dead for instance, was a terrible movie, but was still fun to watch. This is a different story! Thankfully I only rented it, but Id still like to have that couple bucks back. For the first half or so, it introduced, and ruined, what could have been a decent zombie scenario, about the dead returning to life on the Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos. At first, it seemed half-decent for what it was, but once the zombies showed up, they preceded to use every worn-out cliché in the book. One of the "highlights" was a zombie getting shotgunned point blank....and FALLING OVER. No blood, no gore, he just fell over. Near the end there was a bit of OK gore, and a somewhat cool ending but nothing worth wasting your time for.
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