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I would like to apologize to Mr. Romero for calling his zombie movies crap.
I got this one added! Yay!
This is one of the better indie zombie b flicks I've seen (and I have seen ALOT of them). My rating for Zombie Wars is based on comparison to other films specifically in the zombie genre.
Basically, this is years after the zombie scourge and the semi-intelligent zombies have learned how to keep humans and breed them so tha they never run out of food.
A few units of "soldiers" are still about to protect the surviving people from getting nabbed for Zombie farmin'. A soldier gets captured by zombies after a surprise attack, and he lives in the Zombie Farm for a few weeks, hatching his escape plan for him and his tarzan-chick (the zombie farmed people are not allowed to speak).
Yeah the acting is shit and the plot is executed in a sloppy script, but the zombies look great. The action sequences are well cut, and the editing overall is great because it actually makes sense, as compared to about fifty other zombie films I've seen that must've been edited by the undead they were so incomprehensibly irrational. This production actually bothered (again slagging other worse zombie projects) to create a sense of setting and zombified (isolated, grungy) atmosphere with this movie. And it's a pretty good exploration of the "zombie intelligence" factor debate ever raging in the zombie fan community. The script may be wooden in terms of dialogue but the premise, sequence of events, and anchor scenes are all very interesting and well expressed.
Definite watch for zombie fans or anyone who likes their horror with tasty gourmet cheese on reel shaped crackers.
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