Written by Freedom, Kevin Skaggs
Published by Engine Co 30 Music Publishing (BMI)
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This is shit
I gave this movie a chance on Netflix after discovering it on DVD at Wal-Mart. I listened to my wife and streamed it. I am a lifelong zombie horror fan. I own any and every imaginable zombie movie you can think of that is worth owning and have given a chance to quite a few that I have not bought.
I am praising the gods today for my wife being with me at Wal-Mart that day and telling me to hold off on buying this. If there is a rating less than B-rated, this movie is not on that scale. It is without words the biggest crock of garbage I ever watched.
First of all, let's talk about the acting. How dare you put the holy name of "Day of thr Dead" on this and sully the name of George A. Romero! This is a travesty and an insult to his legacy. The acting is terrible, even by zombie film standards.
Now, do not get me wrong, but on paper the story was interesting, but come on man! "Miguel" was a trainwreck from his first appearance. These jackoffs basically attempted to combine the cowardly Miguel Salazar with the jerk Captain Rhodes. It didn't work. Oh, and we gave him a brother! Hot damn, a zombie apocalypse is fun for the whole damn family!
I am fairly certain that the studio responsible is shitting themselves now as they realize they wasted $8 million on a budget for this shit heep. For $8 million, I could write, direct and produce a zombie movie that would make the almighty George smile and approve. And I can find better actors AND hire a special effects team that knows how the human anatomy works!
Recommendation(s): DO NOT WATCH IF YOU'RE A TRUE ZOMBIE HORROR FAN!
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