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Caught this on HBO the other night. It's about some kids living in a quintessential suburban cul de sac blight that meet the slow witted slow moving zombie menace brought about by banned government tests. Let's just say it was really really hard to sit through the whole thing.
Okay, if you want to make a campy zombie movie go for it but at least be clever or funny. This is neither.
Okay, then what about scary? Nothing scary. These zombies couldn't catch a grandmother with a broken hip.
After the first ten minutes or so you'll be asking yourself, "What was the intent of the film makers? Not to scare me. Not to make me laugh. Not to put an effort into production values. Not to find capable actors. Not to make socio-political allegory. Not to... well you get the point. Stay away from this one.
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