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If you want to fall asleep, this may be the movie for you...
It was with some expectation that I bought this movie - yeah I actually paid money for this garbage. I had heard nothing buy praise for Moody's novel, which I also bought, but haven't read yet. And truth be told, now that I have seen the movie, I dread opening the book in fear that it will be equally worthless.
I had expected somewhat more of an ordinary zombie movie from this, I didn't really buy into the thing that was going on with the re-animated dead and how they were treated by the survivors. That was just a tad too unconventional for me.
Storywise, it seemed a bit too jumpy, and there wasn't much of a structured linear storyline going on. I actually fell asleep during the movie and ended up turning it off, as it was just that uneventful and uninteresting.
As for the cast and their acting, well most of the people were doing adequately, though the dialogue was somewhat crippling at times, and there were some performances of acting that was quite bad to look at. However, I will say that there was a very every-day-feel to the cast and the way that they talked.
"Autumn" didn't sell its goods to me on any level, it was uninteresting already from just a few minutes into it, and then it was an uphill struggle for it to get any ground and win me over. In the end, the movie lost and I gave up on it. For a zombie aficionado like myself, "Autumn" was a huge disappointment.
There are far better zombie movies available on the market, even a good handful of the low-budget movies fared better than "Autumn". It was a shame, because Moody was so praised for his novels.
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