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There is no way to excuse all the unnecessary hate of the reviews here, this movie is an a popcorn gem. Excellent production values, no amateurs just phoning in their lines, and a director that knows how to do more with his camera than just point and shoot. I find ludicrous reviews saying 'too much blood and gore', its a HORROR movie for Pete's sake. If it's not taken from a graphic novel, it's clearly written with that tone in mind, and it succeeds. Even the dialog is delivered with what is clearly text balloons over their heads. And it's got everything you could want, zombies, monsters, explosions, magic, blood, gore, gun play, whips and chains, bloated cleavages, cowboys, freaky contacts, hangings, be-headings (in two flavors!), tornadoes, I mean come on, they even throw in the shocking twist, the precocious kid who saves the day, and the wicked one liner. Pop the popcorn, crack open a cold beverage and enjoy. The director and cinematographer squeeze every angle and vista they can out of an excellent location, effective costumes and make-up, and even the graphics are fun. Enjoy.
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