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Well where to start. An unborn baby with a used teabag in a desert could've produced a better film than this.
You know it's a bad zombie film when you don't see any zombies at all, expect for the bits he stole from the Night of the Living Dead. The plot is deriving towards non-existent, the sound quality is just terrible (There is one scream that he uses over and over again), the actors are the worst I have ever seen (that's including any Youtube footage) and you have to suffer the long opening and closing credits.
I'm surprised that this film is even on this website and not on the absolute bottom.
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