In a world of dolls and toys things are starting to go wrong. Abominations emerge in increasing number as people (dolls) grow more hateful and intolerant. Religions clash, cultures collide,... See full summary »
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A group of teenagers set up the annual Halloween's Haunted House exhibit. Teen Ape finds himself a large breasted lover, but the gang accidentally wake up The Destroyer - an ancient evil god that takes out its deadly wrath on the gang.
When a renegade band of young filmmakers break into an abandoned hospital to make their horror epic, they stumble upon a real dead body and decide to use it in their movie. They accidentally bring it back to life, open a portal to a dead world that releases dozens of other zombies, then struggle for their lives in a desperate attempt to flee from the creatures who apparently have them hopelessly trapped in the hospital. Written by
you say Homage, I say Rip-off, let's call the whole thing off
A group of young filmmakers break into an old abandoned hospital to shoot a film and inadvertently open a portal that unleashes zombies on the hapless cast and crew in this horror-comedy. Mixing horror with comedy is a VERY tricky thing. The ones that work do so amazingly well (Dead Alive, Return of the Living Dead, Re-animator, bad taste, etc...). The movies that don't work are usually total ass.This self-referential name-dropping, scene stealing film is part of the latter and ranks down there with "Dead Heat" as far as what NOT to do to succeed. Horrible acting, music, lame jokes, stealing scenes outright from far better films, dime-store special effects, and an unengaging, unoriginal story all add up to a putrid stench-filled film.
My Grade: D-
DVD Extras: Commentary by Writer/Director Dave Parker, and actors Eric Clawson, Matt Stephens, Brett Beardslee, & Jamie Donahue; photo gallery; production art; a 20 minute behind the scenes featurette; Music video; a ad for the puppet master toys; and theatrical trailer
Gripes: If you have the commentary turned on and then go to the extras NONE of them will play sound. word of warning
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