They say that those things are dead. I know that's a bunch of BULLSHIT!
Effing love EVERYTHING about this film. I've been a fan of the zombie genre for years, and this one ranks as one of the best I've seen in ages. It does seem ironic though, that Ving Rhames appears in two zombie films, the other being the Day of the Dead. Still, Zack Snyder definitely blew me away with the way he presented the remake of George A. Romero's film of the same name.
Ana (Polley) is suddenly thrust into a world full of chaos, blood, and cannibalistic creatures as an unknown plague tears through Milwaukee and turns everyone (everyone who gets bitten by an infected, that is) she knows and loves into walking undead. She meets up with Kenneth (Rhames), Michael (Weber), and a host of other survivors, where they stay in the Crossroads Mall for a little over a month. Along with them is Andy (Bohne), the owner of a gun shop across the street who is trapped in the building. During those 29 agonizing days, the survivors learn to cope with each other, even going past a few rough patches and threats of mutiny. When Luda (Korobkina), a pregnant Russian woman, gives birth to an zombie baby, and the undead swarm the outside of the mall in growing numbers, the survivors are forced to make a choice: go out and look for another place to stay, or wait until "shatterproof" doors break and the undead swarm in?
One hell of a ride, definitely. Romero fans are sure to love this one. You may feel the urge to bite your nails in some scenes, but don't worry. It's only normal. ;)