Grave Mistake (2008)

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A young boy Alex goes on a journey to find his lost mother during an attack by zombies on his hometown.


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21 September 2017 | Platypuschow
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| Grave Mistake: Somewhere it lost it's way
When the opening frames of Grave Mistake hit my screen I sighed, the camera effects were one of those they use when the budget is limited and it looked dreadful. I prepared myself for the worst and maybe that's why I came away quite surprised.

Grave Mistake though advertised as a horror is more of a comedy and tells the usual story of a group of survivors during a zombie apocalypse and does it quite well.

The first half is full of laughs, interesting deaths and competence.

The second forgets its a comedy and becomes a generic clichéd zombie flick and a distinctly average one at that.

And that is a damn shame as the first half really entertained me and was an example of what you can do to make the most of a minimal budget.

Full of quirky characters, some great deaths, oddly good sfx and some great comedy it's worth your time but expect disappointment by the end.

The Good:

Great first half

Really quite funny

Interesting characters

Strong sfx considering the budget

The Bad:

Weak second half

Camera effects are shoddy

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

Fu-Manchu is a martial art

The creators definitely had a thing for zombie children

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Release Date:

2 December 2008

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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