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Alone, unarmed, and losing his mind, an old man named Fred is trapped in a city overrun by legions of the living dead. Driven by parasitic worms that infest their decaying bodies, hordes of rotting zombies roam the city searching for living flesh to feast upon. Written by
As someone who generally can't get into anime because of the over the top humor, and clichés, it's rare and refreshing to find an adult animated horror film made outside Asia, that delivers bloody zombie carnage that I cherish so much. Unfortunately this film has several faults that bog it down. First the good- Seeing an elderly man dispatch the living dead in bloody and inventive ways mostly with his trustee walker ( which talks to him by the way). The Bad- The story really falls apart towards the end, and for the last twenty minutes or so the film just kind of wanders around like it has no idea where to go.
I hate to give the film an average rating, but ultimately the last part fell apart, and I really thought the dialogue could have been a little more clever and humorous. I'll give the film a very generous 7 out of 10, because this type of film is very rare for guys like me who aren't into anime.
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