B-movie. Really. Missing bullet holes. Crappy special effects (why even have special effects if you can't do them right?). Stiff dialog. Decent choreography, but nothing as special as the cover, name or plot description implies... and the episodes of telekinesis were probably the most disappointing parts.
It's about as nonsensical a title as the movie itself too, considering zombies are but a minor part of the plot, and zombies have fallen? What? Are they trying to imply that though zombies have fallen in the past, they won't fall in this movie? Is it a subtle hint, or is it as random as it seems - just an attempt to be fun? Maybe it's an attempt to give people a nonsensical first impression of the movie so they won't mind the nonsensical plot progression? Is there a bigger motive, other than an intention to play on the Olympus and London Has Fallen blockbuster titles to get a bit extra recognition and confused viewers who thought this was one of the aforementioned two, potentially combining this with one other popular monster keyword (Zombie) for maximum popularity?
I hate to break it to you but this is not the right way to appeal to viewers. It's not SEO, it's a movie title. A good movie needs a good title, but, yeah, if the movie was good maybe I wouldn't be complaining about petty things like what it's called... some of the best movies actually have totally nonsensical labels. So maybe that was the idea: give a titillating impression of artistic freedom and greatness even before you start. Unfortunately it didn't work that well.
The script's OK but... it jumps. The acting quality's uneven: even if a select few might have done it right they get dragged down by the surrounding cast, and Heath Hampson is really the only one who plays his role decently, though maybe I get that impression more because he looks like someone else who's been in a bundle of better roles. The psychic main-character Kyra, played by Tansy Parkinson, was alright too, but it feels their potential is just lost in this film.
The surprise crowd of children acting like zombies were a definite low, even if it was a bit charming. They do their best. Even for a low-budget film I feel the adults could've done so much more though. They could have started with the script. And title.
rated 1/5: shit shit shit