Review: Trespassers

Trespassers is one of those not-quite-a-zombie-flick zombie flicks that draws on some of the aesthetics of recent successes in the genre without embracing the full package. It has a supernatural scenario that involves a curse and a horde of cannibalistic, semi-decayed human monsters — the product of the curse. But if you pay attention to the somewhat inelegantly inserted back-story that occurs toward the end, you’ll soon realise that the “monsters” are neither zombies nor corporeal ghosts — they are men and women who have simply been cursed with an insatiable hunger for everything, whether human flesh or not.

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