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James C. Burns
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this is probably one of the worst if not THE worst I've seen out of all zombie movies. Starting, well, more or less decently, it evolves into some kind of unpredictable nonsense - the twists of the plot, involving aliens inhabiting the bodies of humans and turning them into flesh eating zombies and then trying to mix up their DNA to produce offspring of some freaky nature, I mean c'mon, was the scriptwriter on some kind of mix of alcohol and hallucinogens? The acting was absurd: actors look like talking wooden dolls with merely a shadow of what was supposed to be an emotion, like fear, anger, hatred, the dialogs are shallow, there is no reaction (or the reaction is so fake that basically makes me wonder whether they are real actors or just afraid of the camera) to what the partner is talking, I mean take for instance that woman, movie maker and a really really "wonderful" mother, who by discussing with how many men she has slept is showing an example to her daughter - that was one of the stupidest things I've seen. The crew gathered in the bunker of some kind is really colorful (including a god-fearing weirdo, a gay, a semi-couple or a couple to be, a pair of car sellers, one of them really likes tight clothing (especially loved his pink t-shirt with "hugs not drugs", a silent "hero", who's only tough when he has his gun, an ex-servicewoman, and lets don't forget poor Herbert locked in the basement) yet everyone seems to be careful about remembering the lines instead of trying to act. I think I could go on about this movie forever...If you are considering seeing it, you must either really have nothing nothing at all to see or are on a mission to see every possible zombie movie made, otherwise don't waste time, anything on the TV is way better than this, if not, go for a walk, read a decent book or find some other ways to entertain yourself. Honestly, my advice is not to even start watching - if there were a rating in a minus scale I'd probably have given it a minus 7 or so.
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