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on 25 January 2014
The film starts out like many zombie films: toxic waste, graves, accident. Oops, we now have zombies. In this case we just have one zombie, Catherine Valmont (Françoise Blanchard). It just so happens drinking human blood and not brains makes her more alive. With the aid of her childhood friend, she gets all the blood she needs, unfortunately Catherine also develops a conscience.

The film moves along interesting enough and then hits a low spot as it struggles with a photographer who never stops, drops, and rolls. It creates an interesting enough situation, but then confines the activity to one location and just a few cardboard characters. The dead Girl needed some life.

Parental Guide: Sex and nudity.
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