Zack Snyder never ceases to amaze me with his self-indulgent style as he continues to think outside-the-box with his uniquely ultra-violent concepts. He's possibly the most active filmmaker of dawn of the Covid era with two big budget streaming releases. I've only watched one of them. I won't be watching his Justice League unless someone pays me to. Army of the Dead's runtime was almost pushing it for me landing at nearly 3 hours. Though admittedly, his plot follows typical structure and doesn't feel overly hashed out never lingering in one spot for too long. On the other hand, the script is often terrible enough to make any screen time unfavorable. The characters here are copy and paste with less development then you'd expect from a video game character. Each character has one or two quirks and that's all we really know about them. So when they start falling prey to the vicious, goretastic zombies there wasn't any tears to follow. But this is exactly what the film does right. The zombies are a ton of fun to watch and the headshot hunting action heroes give them one hell of a fight. Thanks to streaming I was able to rewind a few of the most badass moments and relive there glory. If there's any reason to watch this movie it's the epic nature of it's violence, but you probably already knew that. Don't expect anything deeper. Even if the Snyder diehards are trying to add conceptual depth to this plot where none exists.