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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 July 2021
Starts really well, a man wakes up in a mass grave with total amnesia. He's stuck until a mute oriental woman lowers a rope and pulls him out. The film is a tense thriller to start with but eventually sinks into shock tactics. Well acted, well-paced, but can't someone come up with an idea that isn't basically Aliens, Predator, or zombies? What if it is a plague which has killed off most of humanity and left a lot as crazed killers? It's still a zombie gore fest. You may find it worth a watch but I wouldn't watch it again.
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