A man races through the city at night, narrating the events that lead to the present apocalypse and trying to escape the disease he believes is the cause of it all. A disease that, in its current mutation, causes heads to explode.
Justin L. Norman
It's the fall of 1969 and winds of a change are blowing across America. But on a remote family farm in the hills of Virginia, a storm of evil has been brewing for years. Now for a group of ... See full summary »
Desperately losing his mind while searching for a new pair of shoes, an old man and his trusty Walker wander the City of Rott, saturated with thousands of rotting zombies, driven to feed the blood-hungry worms residing in their skulls.
There are some fresh ideas here, which weren't that bad. Unfortunately the bland characters and the actors portraying them never really reach the same heights the ideas here may have deserved. I still thought it was worthwhile, it has some decent effects and although there are quite some inconsistencies and rather "illogical" behavior, you have moments where you just can't help liking the characters (especially when they have to put on a shirt with a "message" on them! (you'll know what I mean, if you watch the movie)
It's not too gory or too scary though and hints of social criticism never survive (no pun intended) the first ten minutes of the film. Still you could do worse and if you need a movie to have fun with and especially a laugh with, you can watch this with your buddies (as another reviewer also stated) ... first and foremost: Take this movie as intended ... not seriously!
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