|Jeb and his sunglasses take no shit|
Back to the story... Rottens attack, Jeb's buddies get it, and Glenn gets bitten/infected. The rest of the movie revolves around Emma's journey to get help for her father, accompanied by some odd but kind characters she meets along the way.... a la Wizard of Oz... NOW the Kansas thing makes sense. Sort of.
|Irwin Keys- may or may not have released an album called "Songs in the Keys of Life"|
I'm guessing the production of this movie was and is more interesting than the movie. But overall, we love supporting the spirit and dedication that goes into these sorts of films. And the writing was solid, even when the sets, acting, and casting were not. No spoilers, but the ending was just right. The other nice touch was that we didn't see the Rottens much. No shitty zombie effects....a good idea when you have a small budget. Instead, when the zombies/Rottens were coming, we saw their point of view, which was in black and white. A nice touch.