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This movie was great, although probably not a big budget, it was hell of a lot better than some of the things I have watched of late. This is 50 times better than Purge, and some other zombie movies of late, just hope there is a second.
I thought the cast was good, the gore was good, and I did not mind the story at all.
Overall I give it a 9/10, which is a big call.
Was nice to see they named Michael Shanks Daniel like in Stargate.
I would recommend this to any zombie movie fan.
It was also good to see they did not use complete nobody's for the cast also.
A lot of you will probably dislike the movie, but as I said I liked it.
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