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It had its heart in the right place... but that's about it. What we see here is a tired piece of low budget zombie film making. The script hits on just about every cliché in the book, the characters aren't memorable, the comedy isn't punchy enough, and the horror element fails to evoke any kind of reaction whatsoever.
For a super low budget film, what we see on screen is commendable - but is it worth the time it takes to watch it? Probably not.
This is a weak movie, and while I think the filmmakers have some talent, and potential, it's just not showing here. What this needed was a stronger script, better characters, more blood/gore, and more originality! It's just not good enough.
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