Granted, this being a zombie movie was more than enough to get my attention, and thus I sat down to watch this 2015 movie titled "For a Few Zombies More". However, I didn't know what I was getting into here, as I had heard nothing of it prior to finding it by sheer random luck late in 2019.
Well, 15 minutes into the movie, I turned it off. This was an amateurish movie, a low budget zombie movie, and not a good one at that. I mean, some of these types of low budget zombie movies are actually so bad that they are funny to watch, well "For a Few Zombies More" wasn't one such movie.
The acting in the movie was dubious and questionable, and I had zero interest in the characters that I managed to see in the 15 minutes that I endured, especially so since the dialogue was delivered with no pitch or enthusiasm.
As for the zombie make-up, well they opted for a variety of styles here, if that counts for anything. I mean, they had the classic painted grey skin to the zombie make-up on the face but forgetting about the neck and the rest of the body. Classic low budget zombie movie make-up, but hardly something that makes for a good zombie movie.
And when the lead actress ran into a band recording a double album in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and saying that zombies rarely come out at day and dislike rock music, then I was done for and I turned off the movie.
I love zombie movies a lot, but "For a Few Zombies More" was a poor addition to the zombie genre, and it is not a movie that I will be returning to finish watching because nothing in the 15 minutes that I endured appealed to me. And truth be told, I was sitting with a 'seriously, this bad?' thought throughout the course of those 15 minutes.
My rating for "For a Few Zombies More" is a meager one out of ten stars. This is one to avoid.
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