Shed of the Dead (2019)

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Shed of the Dead: Directed by Drew Cullingham. With Spencer Brown, Lauren Socha, Ewen MacIntosh, Emily Booth. A nerd spends his time at an allotment shed away from his wife. When the zombie apocalypse begins, he and his nerdy friend try to make it through and save the wife and her cute friend.

“Right, well given the fact that this movie holds everything I enjoy, the recipe was ripe for a grand movie experience. I mean, it included roleplaying nerd stuff, it was a zombie movie, it had Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley on the cast list, so what could possibly go wrong?u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWell, if you add in the factor that the movie had a horrible script and uninteresting characters, well, then chances are fairly big that the movie was going to be a suckfest. And so it was. I wanted to enjoy this movie, I so thoroughly wanted to enjoy this movie, but I just found no such thing here. And I ended up with my phone in hand, checking social media more than once throughout the course of u0026quot;Shed of the Deadu0026quot;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe script in u0026quot;Shed of the Deadu0026quot; was just so mundane and generic that it wasnu0026#39;t even fun to watch. The movie offered nothing that havenu0026#39;t already been seen many times before. But that wasnu0026#39;t really what killed off the movie, because many zombie movies are like that, but it was the horribly boring character gallery that finished it off. The characters had the appeal of wet cardboard. And, for me, it was only Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley that made it worth sitting through this ordeal of a movie, and they were hardly even supportive characters.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe zombie make-up was adequate, but donu0026#39;t expect to see ghastly gore and mutilation like in the likes of u0026quot;The Walking Deadu0026quot;. No, u0026quot;Shed of the Deadu0026quot; is definitely not a massive budget movie, and it bears witness to that on the screen.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eEven all the geeky appeal was drowned out in the rubbish of a flatlining story and script and indistinct characters that were as pointless as they were irrelevant.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Shed of the Deadu0026quot; is by no means a grand addition to the zombie genre, and it came and left without leaving much of a groan, and not even managing to take a bite. But hey, at least Hodder and Moseley were together on the screen again.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI was disappointed with this movie, I kid you not. I truly and honestly was. I had such hopes for this movie, none of which came to fruition. My rating of u0026quot;Shed of the Deadu0026quot; ends on a decomposing three fingers out of ten. Not even my fanboy zombie spirit got a jolt out of this one…”

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