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    spectacular blu ray version
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    Extinction 2015

    An excellent apocalyptic film with a tight cast, quality acting and very good special effects when and where needed.

    Yes its sort of a zombie film, but not in the traditional sense these creatures move rapidly and are different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalek Supreme D L View Post
    Extinction 2015

    An excellent apocalyptic film with a tight cast, quality acting and very good special effects when and where needed.

    Yes its sort of a zombie film, but not in the traditional sense these creatures move rapidly and are different.
    Completely different tactics required with fast zombies compared to their slower brethren. I mean the Frankenstein was scary, but so slow it was never that stressful. In general your slow zombie apocalypse is infinitely preferable to the fast version. If zombie films have taught us anything it is that one problem with the slow type is that it makes you complacent and/or over confident and then the zombies have you by surprise or when you are cocking about in a totally inappropriate way for the situation.

    Fast is just a nightmare especially if the requirement for a head shot to put them down is in play. I recommend heavy calibre weapons and lots of ammo. Can't stress the ammo thing enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Completely different tactics required with fast zombies compared to their slower brethren. I mean the Frankenstein was scary, but so slow it was never that stressful. In general your slow zombie apocalypse is infinitely preferable to the fast version. If zombie films have taught us anything it is that one problem with the slow type is that it makes you complacent and/or over confident and then the zombies have you by surprise or when you are cocking about in a totally inappropriate way for the situation.

    Fast is just a nightmare especially if the requirement for a head shot to put them down is in play. I recommend heavy calibre weapons and lots of ammo. Can't stress the ammo thing enough.
    I don't want to reveal much, because if I do I will ruin the film, but it was an out of the blue, never heard of it film and I enjoyed it a lot. Spanish film but with English speaking actors. Every soften this smart TV's You Tube app recommends a great film/or item to watch. This makes up for all the crazy, tin foil hat wearing madness that gets recommended way too often.

    Now watching Take Shelter 2011 film which is another recommendation on You Tube looking very good so far, quality acting and a story about a man that is suffering from visions that seem to be pointing to a disaster coming. Thing is, is that the case or is he going mad.
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    Take Shelter was very good, well worth a watch.
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    Another You Tube recommendation Coherence film 2013

    Interesting take on parallel worlds/alternate realities theory and meeting/dealing with oneself. Worth a watch.
    Regards Neil

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