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100 Bloody Acres

I didn't know what to expect from "100 Bloody Acres," the debut film by sibling writer-directors Colin and Cameron Cairnes; I certainly didn't expect the best low-budget horror comedy since "Shaun of the Dead," and one of the most assured first features in ages.


World War Z

"World War Z" plays as if somebody watched the similar "28 Days Later" and thought, "That was a good movie, but it would be even better if it cost $200 million, there were millions of zombies, and the hero were perfect and played by Brad Pitt." Which is another way of saying that if you need proof that sometimes more can be less, here you go.