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Some good action scenes in a cult-movie style (shooting multiple enemies with a beretta in each hand, baseball bats, samurai swords etc) but some silly errors (not wearing your helmets when taking on zombie hoardes) & they should have taken in more heavy firepower, more SAW's & grenades, flashbangs etc.
I'm not a great fan of the "who's gonna make it to the end" style films, be nice for once if some of the characters were fleshed-out & allowed to survive to the finale. Loses a star for that + a star for not making us care about the soldiers a bit more.
It is promoted as The Raid meets 28 Days later but is nowhere good as either of them.
Yes,there's allot of claret & intestines,all seemingly done practically,but the acting is a complete joke.
The special features/extras are the only interesting content on this disc,including segments from various film festival premieres.
My advice,don't waste your money on this turd!
There's enough claret and loving close-up's of wounds, offal and dismembered children to satisfy the gore-hounds and a post pub viewing would probably work as Redcon-1 flirts with being so dumb it becomes fun. Ultimately I found this party in an abattoir boring, nihilistic and a little depressing.