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Unremarkable, forgettable brit horror/comedy flick
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning
Over rated as I thought it was, Shaun of the Dead has spawned a barrage of imitation brit horror comedy type films, the latest of which is this from a director for whom this appears to be his most high profile work to date. Due to it's limited release, it might not get his name remembered as much as he'd hoped and hopefully he'll make something more memorable (and better.) Which is odd considering the host of big new names in British talent involved, including Danny Dyer, Stephen Graham, Noel Clarke, Terry Stone and Neil Maskell, as well as an all too brief appearance from Billy Murray as a mutated army colonel.
This is quite funny in parts, but mostly just succeeds in being really loud and silly, with unlikeable laddish characters and iffy make up/prosphetics on the female 'zombies.' I got the feeling it had been aimed at a target audience different from mine. **
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