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Old 11-18-2012, 03:21 AM   #71
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just seen this not too long ago its one of the best zombies flick have seen

i'd easily put it in my top 10 zombies flicks
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just seen this not too long ago its one of the best zombies flick have seen

i'd easily put it in my top 10 zombies flicks
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I really enjoy this piece of early flesh eating zombie cinema. The first few viewings I found the beginning half a little tedious but now really dig it as it builds up the storyline.
This post is older, but this is how I felt, rewatching this the other day. I dug the mystery aspect, and I enjoyed how the zombies would actively look for objects near them to harm people. That, and the eyes separate this zombie film, from all others.

It was funny, as I was watching, I was thinking of different ways to remake this movie today. I dunno if that's a good, or bad thing.

Also gotta say that the picture on the blue underground blu, is crisp in detail. It's not the best I've ever seen, but it's damn good, and the green hills, and other colorful scenery are represented well with this transfer.
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This post is older, but this is how I felt, rewatching this the other day. I dug the mystery aspect, and I enjoyed how the zombies would actively look for objects near them to harm people. That, and the eyes separate this zombie film, from all others.

It was funny, as I was watching, I was thinking of different ways to remake this movie today. I dunno if that's a good, or bad thing.

Also gotta say that the picture on the blue underground blu, is crisp in detail. It's not the best I've ever seen, but it's damn good, and the green hills, and other colorful scenery are represented well with this transfer.
I think a remake would be cool.
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