With its pallid execution and rudimentary story, Navy SEALS vs. Zombies is a highly unremarkable film indeed.
Populated by stock types, the story is backed by little in the way of characterisation, and missing a necessary campiness.
Boasts edgy performances and a script which focuses on the here and now rather than excessive backstory.
A light-hearted introduction and jumping-off point for anyone new to zombies, with enough know-how to cope when the dead rise.
An entertaining if not very original demonic possession slash zombie gorefest that, at the very least, showcases energy and zest.
Compare Antisocial to projects with similar production constraints, and there is no parallel in terms of cinematic experience.