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I think there's one thing that a guy who reviewed this before me didn't realize -- this wasn't supposed to be a serious film. At least, I hope it wasn't supposed to be a serious film...
I'm sorry if I'm evil for saying this, but I *LOVED* this movie. There were so many bad things about it: the actors were horrid, a lot of things didn't make any sense (like how nitrous oxide did *NOTHING* to the main character), the music itself and the fact that none of the four cameras actually moved come to mind. And yes, I believe it was intentionally supposed to be humorous. But still, it's a zombie movie, and you can't expect zombie movies to be serious masterpieces.
If you're one of those people who enjoys quoting bad films, seeing obviously fake blood and/or gore or you just have a 'different' sense of humour, pick up 'Blood Suckers from Outer Space' if you can find it -- you'll probably enjoy it. But if you are a straight on serious zombie freak, pass it over -- you'll hate it.
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