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Half-way through this and I hope the second half doesn't disappoint. Great stuff! Tried and true zombie-horror (South Korean made) - frenetic pace and suspense, and some nice touches of humour.

A laid back gamer is homebound with no food, no weapons, and zombies knocking at the door in this spirited Korean twist on siege movies.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/11/movies/alive-review.html

https://www.bing.com/videos/se.....QUbjjZ%252BTV0z5WOQA

I got an embed code the other day, can't seem to today. Anyway, a trailer link cause Stevie said he couldn't access the NYT article.



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Sounds good, will give it a whirl


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A laid back gamer is homebound with no food, no weapons, and zombies knocking at the door in this spirited Korean twist on siege movies.


Hold on...since when are siege movies a thing?  

I love Train To Busan, I'm all over another South Korean zombie movie.


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Hold on...since when are siege movies a thing?  


I also haven't heard this term used much. Since Seven Samurai and Rio Bravo, maybe?

Or maybe Straw Dogs would be a more direct ancestor.


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