Directed by Jeremy Gardner
Two baseball players struggle to get along with each other after a zombie apocalypse in this inventive film which Fangoria called "the most reinvigorating take on this overworn subgenre I've seen in ages." Friends Ben and Mickey are in this together, but that doesn't mean they're happy about it. Ben has fully embraced their situation, and loves killing zombies. Mickey on the other hand, just wishes everything would go back to normal. When their travels lead them into scary territory, the pair have to rely on each other if they want to survive another day. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
In this indie zombie film, two men struggle to adapt after an apocalypse.
Cast: Jeremy Gardner, Adam Cronheim, Niels Bolle, Larry Fessenden
Boring. Culminates to almost nothing. Music was alright at best.
Decent movie, kept me entertained while I did some work, had this on in the background. At certain points I stopped doing work to pay attention to the movie because there were some really fantastic moments, but they were too spread apart. That's another thing, you could cut like 20 minutes from this movie and lose nothing. And I don't mean the dialogue scenes, I mean those music travelling scenes that only seem to be there to pad out the run time. Anyways it subverted alot of zombie tropes and I love how everything changed at that one point. I wont say which but when they get to THAT part of the movie I was hooked. Great ending too.
Nice gentle pace giving the zombie idea a nice chilled twist, for the most part. Really enjoyed it
pretty slow, but funny and entertaining.
Chill zombie movie. Great cinematography and music. I enjoyed the character development.