Zombies in a shopping mall … where have we seen this special priority before? Give me a minute; I’m sure it will come to me. Oh well, maybe I thought after this review was done.
So here we are in 2016’s glorious year, and we will retreat from three to 2013 when director Spencer Hawken sets out to create a zero-budget horror film, helping community members in Romford in London. The Death Marches are flirting with a zombie that is highly targeted and still achieves some levels of fun despite some flaws. Here’s the funniest part: ME, a flick of breeze alone to say that I was welcomed by a modern zombie, but here is a nice addition to a subspecies that has already produced an overstock in small production, fear world.