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Howard J. Ford,
Anand Krishna Goyal
Oh, the sun is red, Mom, and the forest black. Now the sun is dead, Mom, and the night is back. The fox is right outside, Mom, we mustn't let him in. Please sit down by my side, Mom, and let me hear you sing.
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Performed by Lars H.U.G. (Feat. Lisa Ekdahl)
Composed by Hugh/Grammy
Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen
P&C: 1996 Parlophone Music Denmark - A Warner Music Group Company See more »
Seriously, how can anyone be into this, calling it better, original, a nice surprise? It has the same moves, gestures, look like any other zombie movie done with a smaller budget.
I got bored out of my mind waiting for something to happen, hoping for a twist, a better ending, anything that would remotely make me feel better about spending time in front of What We Become, but nothing came. The movie is as predictable as possible, from head to toes, bringing nothing new whatsoever, and don't tell me it focuses more on the reactions of the people and not so much on zombies, cause I've seen that too, and way better also.
I won't recommend this one, tho I usually like the non Hollywood productions, as I find them bold, cruel and raw. But here I kinda knew nothing would develop and all it takes is around 30 min for you to realize it too. So if you wanna drop an eye on this one, do it at your own peril.
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