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Nightmare City back to product details

It's A Nightmare Alright...
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written by JCunningham September 7, 2005 - 4:54 PM PDT
3 out of 3 members found this review helpful
All Zombie fans are, by charter requirements,forced to view this piece of garbage, but until they change the bylaws that's another argument altogether. This movie really stinks. Not only is it not in the least frightening or even exciting, it has some of the worst make-up effects ever attempted. Something like black oatmeal covers the faces of the 'radioactive' dead as they hack and chop and shoot and strangle their way through frail humanity, often forgetting their prime directive...the need for blood; the action, which is mostly limited to one house and a tv studio is poorly staged. Bright orange tempra-paint blood spills quite often from lumpy, poorly crafted wounds hardly even fully glued down and the director has some 'thing' about knifing or spearing bare breasts which I guess someone thought would be titilating (no pun intended). Regular horror movie fans, you can skip this one. It's not even bad enough to be amusing.

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