Centuries ago, rather than have a full out war of the revelation, a deal was struck between the heroes of the good and the evil. The beach you visited was sanctioned to the evil. There, the...
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Centuries ago, rather than have a full out war of the revelation, a deal was struck between the heroes of the good and the evil. The beach you visited was sanctioned to the evil. There, the undead could walk like living beings among us. Written by
Worthy of regard as a stand-alone film in festival at Washougal
Before I start my review, let me just say that this will be biased as I am always easily won over by zombie movies. The fact that they just keep coming (fast or slow), lack character and only want to kill really just freaks me out. So I tend to get easily scared by the genre (even if 'enjoy' is perhaps not the right word) and be easily more negligent towards their faults. Despite telling myself that I wouldn't bother with this film as it would scare me, I went for it anyway in a fit of 'confront your fears' type of stupidity! The film starts with a creepy opening and pretty much manages to keep the pace up for the whole film. It, like the zombies, moves fast and brutally throughout and is very, very tense.The plot itself also has quite a few stupid moments where the characters act in a way you know they wouldn't in real life.
The cast is good even if the script places their characters secondary to the action.Multicultural casting and music video make me feel very good about the film.I can see Asopa alone had done lots of work in making this film and it is very well done.It was very well accepted by audience at the film festival in Washougal.
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