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Anand Krishna Goyal
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Joel David Moore,
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Kevin J. O'Connor
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[Bellowing to god]
WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME? HAS THE DEVIL DEFEATED YOU?
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A movie less about zombies and more about a man's journey...
Someone mentioned in a previous review that there are over 700 zombie films out there. Well, this is one of the better ones.
To be honest the zombies are just a background element to the story. The real story is in the relationship of the characters and their interaction.
The special effects may not be top notch (I believe they only had a $300k budget), but the acting in superb. At no point was I taken out of the story by a poorly delivered line or unbelievably stupid plot device or action on the part of the characters. And, as low key as it was, even the setting was believable. I'm sure only a true Civil War enthusiast would find any fault.
Truly an entertaining film. A real rose amongst the thorns.
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