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Considering the pop culture-dominating success of “The Walking Dead,” it’s amazing that any filmmaker out there would choose to make a zombie movie these days. The market is saturated, requiring a production with a little more smarts and invention than the average horror experience. Enter co-writer/director Colin Minihan (“Extraterrestrial”), who attempts a classic merging of genres, slowly but surely creating a relationship drama about a lonely woman and her undead partner. “It Stains the Sands Red” is a little bit funny, a teensy bit scary, but it’s primarily introspective, with the production searching for ways to maintain interests outside of flesh-munching zombie antics. He’s mostly successful, following a bizarre plot that’s more of a relationship drama than an end of the world nightmare come to life.  Read the rest at


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