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They are non-existent. It is generally the most common “found footage” complaint, and “Hungerford” is one of the worst offenders. They just stumble around with stereotypical zombie mannerisms and fail to be threatening in any way, especially apparent when they attack as they do so in a staged and held-back manner. It is as though for every practical shortcoming, Casson always has something to place at the other end to keep the scales balanced.