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Engaging horror movies can be made on a low budget. This had a budget and it's terrible. It doesn't challenge the audience or up the ante to where we care about the characters. There was little drama, gore, and horror, all destroying even a little chance of a decent climax. The acting was decent enough throughout.
By the end credits, I was happy that it was over.
It's a rough, choppy watch that somehow makes intersquad paintball seem more interesting than actual zombie fighting. This mentality leads to some atrocious examples of how overused CGI can sink an entire production when done wrong. Who knew that a horror movie could drain all the fun out of mutated zombie animals?
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