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in a not too distant future Gothenburg (Sweden) has been invaded by zombies. the police are powerless and a team of German zombie hunters is called in to solve the problem and clean up the city. on their way through the streets of gothenburg they run into everything, from an Italian assassin to some Swedish reporters on the wrong side of the barricades while trying to figure out what's causing the epidemic.Written by
This is a low budget project... and it shows. I know that zombie movies are suppose to be bad, and that is what I like about them. But this movie isn't bad in a good way, it's bad in a really really stinky bad way. The actors performances is pretty good. It's at least as good as can be expected in a low budget film. The script is OK, I mean, it's a zombie movie. What has destroyed this movie is the camera-work and the post-production. I don't know if the decision was made while filming, or in post-production, but all action scenes is filmed in extreme close-up... and I mean ALL scenes. There are no scenes that let you get a feel of the surroundings. You never get to see where the zombies are in relation to the living. A good example is one of the main cast who is some sort of martial arts-fighter. You get to see him hitting something outside the screen, but you never get to see what. You don't even get to see a cut of a zombie falling to the ground or something like that. Another example is a guy with a gun standing by a house shooting. Next you see zombies getting shot in a park. You never see if the park is across the street or if this shooter actually is pinning zombies in a park three blocks down. I can guess it's across the street, but I never get to see it or get the feeling of it. The film contains grate music, but of course the post-production has screwed that up too. To tell you the truth there are so many post-production "mistakes" that were made that it will take forever to list them all. My advise, spend your money on something better.
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