Navy Seals Vs Zombies Analysis

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Yes, there is actually a Navy SEALs vs. Zombies movie out there and for some strange reason, it actually doesn't suck. I know, I have no idea how that is even possible, but somehow Director Stanton Barrett and Writers A.K. Waters (story) and Matthew Carpenter (screenplay) managed to produce a movie that rises above the mediocrity of countless zombie flicks. Don't get me wrong, the film has some issues, most of it in regards to some really sketchy CGI and an ending that falls flat, but I can't help be impressed by what this movie managed to do, which was to entertain me. This is most certainly not high art, but judging by the name and the presence of Michael Dudikoff (no offense Michael Dudikoff... please don't hurt me,) you probably already knew that before infiltrating this Blu-ray release from Anchor Bay. For anyone that is curious as to whether they should pick this up, read on... PRODUCT INFORMATION PLOT SUMMARY When the U.S. Government loses all contact with the Vice President during a campaign stop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a battle-hardened SEAL team just back from Afghanistan is sent in. But they’ll soon discover that this is no ordinary tactical rescue: The city is under siege by hordes of fast moving, flesh eating undead. The infection is spreading. Urban warfare has been unleashed. With no cure in sight and time running out,…show more content…
Gone is the slight blurriness of older days that the makers could rely on. Now everything is super sharp and clear, be it good or bad. Navy SEALs vs. Zombies is one such movie that is looking nice, but what's with the constant changing of the colour grading. One minute the movie is blue, the next gray and finally sandstone, military brown. It's all over the place, but I guess I really shouldn't blame the Blu-ray for that, as the colour corrector was probably just having a field day in the editing

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