Written August 23, 2014
Even with flesh eating zombies this movie was funny. There were chase scenes, by foot mind you. Kind of like the Twilight series with more of a comedic factor to it. I would totally recommend it.
Written August 21, 2014
I took my (reluctant) 73 year old mother with me to see this film and get her out of the house. She was laughing along with everyone else, and of course it was a light attendance-since it was the matinee at our local mall. I knew Nicholas Hoult from About a Boy, of course, but have also seen him in A Single Man and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. The action movies he is credited with, I have not seen.
I have been impressed with him, and let me say-this young British actor is an up and comer. Already, everything he touches turns to gold. He was delightful, sympathetic and funny in this touching zombie movie that is anything but traditional. There is a genuine story line, superb acting by all, but again he is one to watch.
I recommend it most highly and if I can convince my middle aged boyfriend to see it I will be happy to go again!
Written February 03, 2013
Unique combination of creepiness with humor. Interesting character development with humorous observations by main character and introspection by female lead. Offers zombie perspective intermingled with post apocalyptic imagery. My almost 13 year old enjoyed it thoroughly as well.
Written February 01, 2013
Went to the premiere last night, and I was pleasantly surprised. It was still a zombie film with some definite gory action going on, but it was witty, funny, and unique. I would highly recommend.
Written February 04, 2013
The movie premise was different and funny to begin with which made me want to go see it. It was funny, not quite as funny as I thought it would be but, I definitely enjoyed it. The inner monologue from Nicholas Hoult is the best part and of course the one liners by Rob Corddry who is always hilarious. Definitely worth seeing!