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Decent horror movie. A disturbing concept, I mean growing an extra head and turning into a violent monster is fairly scary. And also a classic story of the downfall of a man, you go from being a successful reporter with a stable marriage to losing your wife, your bed buddy is part of a scientific experiment involving yourself, and you turn into a monster. Pretty bad week in my opinion.
This movie was on a collection of 9 zombie movies that I randomly picked up for $4, so obviously I didn't expect much going into this. However, I must say I was very pleasantly surprised. For the time and budget that this movie was made on, it was an excellent zombie-ish movie. It had a few select scenes that could challenge any zombie movie (I'm referring to the grocery store and movie theatre scenes), and the story line while not excellent was gripping enough to keep me interested.
A quality movie that is definitely worth checking out for any zombie fan or a fan of horror movies in general.
An entertaining zombie flick. I found the special effects to be pretty good for the budget and the acting was decent enough to not be a glaring flaw. They could have gotten a little more creative with a lot of the death scenes (minus the umbrella scene, which was pretty cool) instead of just the usual chewing of the victim?s neck, but overall the movie was well done.