Kennedy Jamieson, a wealthy socialite, has waited her whole life to have the perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris, the young couple is just a week away from the big day but ... See full summary »
Rose, a mostly sweet and lonely Irish driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin (also mostly sweet and lonely) from a washed-up rock star who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame.
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Ignore the whiners who rated this poorly-- This is a grown-up film
No idea why some reviewer was bitching about "a pile of trash filmed entirely in a crappy Brit apartment. Boo. Cmon Britain!! Really??" They don't even know that it's a Swedish movie written and directed by Antonio Steve Tublén who is a Swedish director, screenwriter and composer? Produced in Denmark and Sweden, NOT BRITAIN? If you have to slag on Brits for a Swedish film, you shouldn't be writing reviews.
That said, they obviously couldn't handle a zombie movie that wasn't a clone of The Walking dead with tons of zombies being decapitated in gory ways every five seconds.
This isn't some cheap-assed, basic, zombie slasher apocalypse action movie. If all you're looking for is gore, or a movie that follows the same-old same old, this is not the movie for you. This isn't a movie for people who personally dream of someday magically riding imaginary "apocalypse" horses when they never even saw a real horse before, imagining they're some bad-ass who would be fighting the "bad guys" instead of actually hiding in their basement, impaling the undead, wearing Mad Max clothes, and who want their movies to end in a juvenile, adolescent, non-realistic blaze of glory.
This is a movie for people a little bit more down to Earth who know that in REAL life, most people would be no match for zombies. It's a movie for people who don't have a heart attack if someone actually is depicted as having a real relationship for more than two seconds in a horror movie instead of just having gratuitous snippets of sex for teen eye candy in-between gloriously slaughtering a gazillion zombies with a convenient set of airplane propellers or somesuch. Like I said, this is a movies for grown-ups, with a nice bit of humor added.
If you didn't like this movie (or didn't watch it because in the first 3 seconds there was no tough warrior-dude whacking zombies) please do everyone a favor and do not watch Better Off Zed, or Right At Your Door, and then rate them poorly too. You're not adult enough to appreciate them.
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