"Autumn" on Netflix......
Post-viral-apocaplypse-zombie movie.......any good?
It's worth watching once. Note, it's a British film so there's a lot of people with denial that end up dead because of it.
It's low-budget and they have to skip over some critical plot points from the book.
The Zeds are a bit different so that's refreshing.
The books are really good. The second and third especially. A fourth one is a compilation that has some detail stories about how some zombies mentioned in the books got bit. You can skip that and not miss much.
so they find a .22lr rifle and the girl says "I don't like it, and we don't need it." Moron.
It had a 4.5 out of 5 so I forced myself to watch.
I watched it I would not again two star rating for me on it.
David Carradine? fuck.
About 20 minutes of it is all I could stand.
Pretty horrible. I actually sat through the whole thing.
I can only hope that the books were better.
On a side note, I tried watching The Horde based on threads here. It was pretty fucking bad too.
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I did a review of Autumn here
. It was not too good of a movie, and I gave it 4 out of 10. I still have it sitting on my shelf, and I'll probably watch it again some day. Often times if I didn't care much for something like that. It give it a good while and watch it again with such low expectations, I'll like it better the second time
Have not watched the movie, but given the number of people who say that the book was better is definitely NOT a good sign, since the book was plodding and tedious. It was well written, but that helped make it only slightly less boring.
I watched it a couple nights ago. I felt it was a different take on the
zeds. Their behavior was almost a reverse of what we're used to seeing in
other movies. (dont want to spoil it, but you'll understand when u watch it)