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I watched the entire movie thats gotta stand for something
I always read the reviews before I watch any film. Normally if the reviews say it sucks, I don't watch the film. I'm glad I decided to watch this one. When I saw it was shot on a 600 dollar budget (about halfway through the film) I was floored. They did a lot with that 600 bucks if you consider how much everything cost these days. The actors must have been paid very little. From the opening scene I was hooked.It isn't the most action packed, if you want lots of zombie attacks and flesh eating, you had better look elsewhere. But I still found myself on the edge of my seat because I knew they were out there as evidenced by the chilling whoops and howls I heard. The film managed to keep me interested and worried for the teams outcome. Again, it wasn't action packed but it was enough. I watched the subtitled version (thank god, I hate dubbed movies) and I was not bothered by having to read my lines. I enjoyed this film as much as I enjoyed Dead Snow (another far more action packed zombie films I read rather than listened to)It WAS amateurish but it was not trash. The makers took the little they had and made a very passable zombie film. But that's just my opinion.
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