Billions are dead and the few that are left start to realize they are not alone. Initially when the dead begin to rise, they are not very threatening. However, in a short period of time, the lurching bodies begin to get their most basic senses back and this makes them much more dangerous. When the dead become attracted to light and sound, the survivors have no option but to live in silent darkness.Written by
Knocking at Your Door
Written by Kevin Quain
Performed by Kevin Quain
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I am generally a fan of zombie flicks, many of which are low budget and most of which will not be regarded as cinematic masterpieces. This film, however, is the worst piece of garbage that I have ever seen. I know that phrases like this are used too liberally on IMDb, so believe me that I am using the phrase as appropriately as possible.
The sound engineer must be deaf. The director (if there was truly a director) should permanently resign himself from film-making. The actors although terrible should probably not be blamed because the sense is that the script and directing sealed their fate before the first line of dialogue was spoken.
The editing is horrendous. It's so bad that in many parts of the movie, you can't really tell what's going on because of the atrocious scattering of clips.
There really is no excuse for this piece of rotting manure. Budget is not the issue. I could make a better movie than this for the price of a used lawnmower.
Skill and talent are the ingredients that are missing from the start. Money can't buy those and unfortunately for those involved in this film, they will never possess either.
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