|View Poll Results: What's your favorite Nazi Zombie movie?|
|Revenge of the Zombies (1943)||0||0%|
|The Frozen Dead (1966)||1||1.41%|
|Shock Waves (1977)||36||50.70%|
|Night of the Zombies (1981)||1||1.41%|
|Zombie Lake (1981)||6||8.45%|
|Oasis of the Zombies (1982)||1||1.41%|
|Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge (1991)||3||4.23%|
|Horrors of War (2006)||0||0%|
|Dead Snow (2009)||16||22.54%|
|Blood Creek (2009)||1||1.41%|
|Outpost: Black Sun (2012)||1||1.41%|
|Voters: 71. You may not vote on this poll|
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|02-25-2013, 10:05 PM||#30|
What Did I Tell You?
Join Date: Apr 2007
Shock Waves let me down, actually. I definitely felt it had some great atmosphere for awhile. But, after they get off the ship, it loses all sense of fear and dread. I felt nothing. I just kept checking my watch. And wondering when something was going to happen. Then, something did happen and I went: "that's it"? It felt like someone erasing a line on a tally sheet. Nothing deeper, more intense, or fiery than that was drummed up by the movie. I couldn't even tell what the movie was about. Just people being picked off (very late) on a deserted island?
Just 'cuz, you should be reading it.
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