Not bad, not great, says Paul Constant:
Timothy Olyphant makes a fine action-movie star: Loose-limbed and handsome, he evokes a nice, levelheaded “can you believe this shit?” appeal when things start to go crazy. And so he’s the perfect lead for a remake of George Romero’s horror film The Crazies; his Sheriff Dutton is smart, satisfied with his small-town life but perfectly willing to, say, fight off slavering hordes of virus-crazed townsfolk if the situation calls for it. As a pathological madness spreads pathologically through the town of Ogden Marsh, Iowa, Dutton mourns the friends and neighbors he’s forced to kill even as he lights them on fire and stabs them to death in creepily inventive ways.
Read the full review HERE.