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It starts off with an interesting premise. People get infected from an airborne virus, and there's a few group of kids that are immune. They use way too many flashbacks to tell a semi-interesting story, while the current time story is ridiculously boring. It's filled with horrible acting, horrible cinematography, horrible graphics, and the worst screenplay ever. Be ready to be put to sleep by a zombie movie....oh and if you're actually awake at the end... the ending is so comical, it'll just blow your mind away... and not in a good way.
so, amazon, when you read this, please refund me my $3.99. Thanks.
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