This one has a few interesting concepts and it might be the only romantic zombie film I've ever seen. It also has a few great practical special effects shots that are very gory. Unfortunately, the male lead is so lame, I was rooting for him to die since practically his first scene. The two leads are on the run from some really ridiculous "cholo"-style stereotype gang members who call everyone ese and and say odelay every five seconds. Also, I thought it was pretty weird after she gave herself a bunch of piercings and whatever. It was like they were trying to make her kinky looking like some BDSM thing but mixed with zombie and it just doesn't work. Other than that, I enjoyed it. It wasn't the worst zombie film I've ever seen but I've definitely seen a lot better.
I would probably give it a 6/10 on my personal scale. 4 years 9 months ago
Starts off badly on a military base that looks like it's been made from sci-fi film leftovers, but it keeps improving throughout its running time and ends surprisingly strongly, largely thanks to a good script that explores concepts of grief and attachment. 5 years 3 months ago
Heh, Mindy Clarke. 7 years 7 months ago