My first review for them!
I don’t find zombies scary. It’s not that I don’t like zombies, I think they can make for very compelling story telling, I’m just not afraid of them. This movie, however? It scared the pants off me.
Wicked Little Things shows us a generational tragedy in fragments, with the story of the zombies woven around it until the two plotlines meet up. The cast of characters has some horror movie favourites; Karen (Lori Heuring) the battling mother and Sarah (Scout Taylor-Compton) the teenage daughter, her younger sister Emma (a young Chloe Grace Moretz) the wide-eyed moppet who’s either disturbed or might, just might, be uncanny, and then there are the “crazy old man” and the Evil Capitalist. If you’re following tropes it’s a fairly predictable guide to who’s going to survive. The plot itself kicks off with a classic trope, that of the newly widowed parent moving their family out…
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