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Exceptionally fun and entertaining Sci-Fi Channel zombie effort
After the dead rise from their graves following a worldwide epidemic, a group of survivors try to withstand the relentless onslaught of zombies against them as they wait for the one cure for the madness to save them.
This here was an unbelievably fun and entertaining effort that really has a lot of fun times about it. The fact that this one just absolutely runs through a relentless pace that's all built around the zombies getting free at the opening, barely five minutes in which allows this to really just warp through it's paces with the numerous encounters that transpire here following this type of pace. With an exceptionally creepy encounter in the graveyard as the zombies slowly rise from the grave to the home encounter where the zombies break in and force them to keep their own children out of harm's way and the thrilling encounter on the abandoned streets that feature a whole slew of zombies shambling along after the heroes who have to avoid the ever-increasing mass. The final half, where the underground tunnels through the cemetery with the zombies falling from the graves above them into the tunnels leading into the bloodbath ushered in the mausoleum is perfectly handled with some absolutely chilling moments stretched out quite nicely, a multitude of gore shots that look quite impressive and a rather fun amount of action containing two incredibly creepy locations being utilized quite nicely. As well, the inciting spark for the zombie rampage is quite original and certainly creative, marking one of the only times such a concept was utilized and definitely made the fact that the heroes trying to deal with such overwhelming odds was a certainly fruitless endeavor look all the more impacting when there's some suspense to be wrung from this clever trick. As well, there's shuffling zombies brought back that play up the fact that it's the sheer number on undead that really makes them so frightening, and when called upon they do move about quite quickly when necessary so there's something for everyone. While the ending is just way too quick and completely lifeless despite having such a great gimmick attached to it, it's the only thing holding this one down.
Rated R: Graphic Violence, Language and children-in-jeopardy.
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