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When they are in the car together sheltering from the rain after collapsing their tent, protagonist leaves girl and stepdad all wet in the front seat and steps out briefly from the car to grab some crisps or something from the trunk/boot of the car to share with them. When she gets back into the backseat, she looks as dry as a summer cat, despite the falling rain outside. See more »
You know those rings your wife had? We saw them before anyone knew what was going on. We get patients in the ER oozing puss and blood. The rings just devouring the skin around it, feeding on it like it knew what it was gonna become...
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Sorry to say but I don't think this one managed to bring anything new to the table. Not a different direction, approach, same acting, plot and ending.
Probably for zombie fans alone, with a slow pace, almost no screen time for the creatures, just the human condition and the boundaries that are set to be crossed over. All in all, quite a slow burner, with not much substance, but possibly, for some, a step up in the execution. I for one was not pleased with it.
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