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Many of the blood sprays had to be replaced in post production via special effects. Largely because many of the effects did not work the first time on set and there often wasn't enough time to do a second take. See more »
We got a straggler.
I got it. boss. Looks like we got Elvis in here, huh?
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I was so looking forward to this. I had been following its production, reading the blogs and visiting the movie's Facebook page. I really wanted it to be good.
Most of it seemed to have been shot in the same clearing by the side of the road no matter where in the woods it was supposed to have been. The bartender's voice was ADR'ed - badly. The lips were in sync but no attempt was made to duplicate the acoustic space the other actors were in. I am all for zombie whores but why did they have clothes on? If you are going to use a zombie as a sex machine, cut its arms and legs off and put its head in a box don't just chain it up. The head shots were CG blood spatter and it was obvious.
I give the zombie makeup a B+ rating. Most of the close up zombies were really well done.
Above all else, it was boring. They don't have a FinalCut filter for bad acting.
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