To be honest, I thought of this more as an odd erotic thriller than a zom rom com than anything. This has to be one of the more sexually charged movies that have come out recently. It's not that good (there are some really cringe worthy lines and moments) but I didn't hate it.
Filmin "Universal Monster" teması ve klasik kült korku filmlerinin muhabbetleri başlarda hoşuma gitse de, ilerleyen bölümlerde basitliğini ve sıradanlığını belli eden, klişe bir Joe Dante filmi. Trajik bir ölümün ardından yeniden dirilen bir kız arkadaşın hikayesini anlatıyor film. Korku desem değil, komedi desem hiç değil; tarzı belli olmayan ve ortada kalan bir film olmuş bu.
There's a certain joviality and appealing looseness even to Dante's worst films, among which this certainly belongs. Maybe the old-fashioned tone he favors (wholesome towns and aw-shucks, unironic male leads) only works with kids, or else feels especially strained coming from modern actors. Daddario perhaps intuits Dante's approach, but Yelchin is lost in the earnestness of his character and the film as a whole.
Nice return to form for Dante. I was afraid we were going to get a saccharine sweet zom rom com, and in a way that is exactly what this is, but it ends up having enough bite, genuine character,s and crude humor to make me think it was exactly the type of movie I would have seen late night on HBO in the eighties and loved. So here's to hoping Joe Dante's film gets good distribution and finds it audience.