Even if you're completely burnt out on zombies (is there anyone left who isn't?) this is a fantastic watch. It's confidently paced and shot, with long stretches of silence or slow pans or shots of nothing emphasizing what's just outside the frame. It avoids most zombie movie cliches (not all of them, sadly), and instead innovates on the creatures' behavior in a few key ways that add a tremendous amount of tension and mystery to something that could feel too familiar. Completely impressed.
Everyone talks shit about how the MCU doesn't have memorable villains, but Keaton's turn as the Vulture is terrifying and magnetic. The twist that comes at the end of act two is still incredible and the two scenes following it are still insanely tense even on the third viewing.