Thought that this could really have been a successful film, but with the awful CGI it ended up only slightly better than than Land of the Dead. What is George Romero doing with all this CGI? It's so obvious and distracting, and it takes me out of his films. I am not afraid or squeamish when I know that the gore is happening on a computer. It's lame. Yet, I liked the multiple messages in this, and I really felt urgency when watching the handheld POVs. I thought the characters were believable, and all the scenarios felt authentic. Loved the warehouse section, especially when the boys were lost and there was a zombie strolling around...somewhere with them. The cheesy montages with voiceover were bad, yes, but I could have stomached them if there hadn't been the terrible CGI. It's not scary when the blood isn't there with the actors. It just isn't.