Starring Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Stephen McHattie and John Geddes
Plot: A man deals with loss and zombies post civil war
This movie is definitely not for everyone, it can be slow and pretty dramatic. That being said, I found the story to be interesting. I was invested. It actually got better as it went along, which doesn’t happen often enough in movies. A lot of the time movies get worse or simply plateau.
I really liked the effects and animation though the jacket he wears doesn’t at all seem to be period appropriate. This took me on a journey with emotion and compelling characters. We both liked the message.
Tara liked it with 54 points and I nearly loved it with 80 points.
10 Things That Make Me DJVoorhees.
1. My favorite food is pepperoni pizza. From the East Coast of course.
2. My most prized possession is a replica of the Hellraiser puzzle box. My sister haggled the price for me, but she still doesn't like touching the thing.
3. My dream job would be to nurse and rehabilitate wild animals.
4. My favorite comic books of all time follow the X-Men. I can never pick just one title.
5. My dream house would be all one story, have a huge back yard for my dogs, 2 coy ponds, a panic system, a solar array, a game room, a movie theatre, 3 different kitchens, an indoor swimming pool and a giant wall surrounding the whole damn thing.
6. If I could have magical powers I'd want something involving matter manipulation. I could do something small like remove a freckle or do something huge like throwing a massive planet at someone.
7. "Pale Blue Eyes" by The Velvet Underground is currently my favorite song.
8. If I won the lottery tomorrow, I'd start building that big old dream house I was talking about.
9. Creepy, sickly, old women scare me. Think "Zelda" from Pet Sematary, "Mrs. Kersh" from IT, and "The Countess" from Black Sabbath.
10. My first pet ever was a bunny named Buffy. Yes, after the vampire slayer. The movie, not the show.
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