Granted, it is my fascination with the zombie genre that made me sit down to watch the 2014 movie "Wormwood's End", and I must admit that the movie's cover actually seemed interesting. Sure, I was having some doubts about the movie, as I hadn't even heard about it. But still, it was a zombie movie, so of course I would watch it. "Wormwood's End" turned out to be just as I had anticipated it to be; a low-budget zombie movie that was just another generic addition to the zombie genre. The storyline was pretty straight forward, but leaning heavily on the boring side, because very little of any worth took place throughout the course of the story, and it was a very predictable storyline as well. So don't go expecting any grand surprises or plot twists. As for the acting in "Wormwood's End", well let's just start out by saying that you shouldn't be getting your hopes up. The movie is definitely a low-budget movie, and the acting performances show this, as most of the performances were mediocre or dubious. But at least it looked like the actors and actresses, for the most parts, were enjoying participating in the movie. "Wormwood's End", being a zombie movie, is relying on having proper special effects and zombie make-up. Well, for a low-budget movie, then I will be lenient and say that the effects weren't as bad as they could have been. There are some very questionable zombie make-up in similar movies, but they actually managed the special effects well enough in "Wormwood's End". Sure, this was not on the level of such productions as "The Walking Dead" or any of the Romero movies, but it served the purpose well enough. Most of the zombie make-up was passable for what it was supposed to be, whereas others were just downright bad to look at, if not actually embarrassing to look at. The storyline was the real killer for "Wormwood's End", because it dragged it down severely, serving as an anchor around the progression of the movie. And it didn't really help much that the character gallery was fairly mundane and bland. "Wormwood's End" has that classic low-budget vibe to it in just about every single scene throughout the movie. I am rating "Wormwood's End" a three out of ten stars. It was not a grand moment in zombie movie history. It was watchable, sure, but hardly an outstanding or memorable zombie movie.