A boy declares his love for his girlfriend, only to die the same night. He is brought back to life by his mother as a flesh-craving zombie, who sires more teen undead while trying to control his, er, appetite for his beloved.
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Drew T. Pierce
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Kevin J. O'Connor
The restorer and single mother Grace is working in an ancient church and she finds a hidden crypt with a voodoo book of resurrection. However, Father Cornelius asks her to go home and forget her findings. Her son Nathan is a sensitive and shy teenager bullied by Samson at school. He has a crush on his friend Jessica, but he does not declare to her. His best friends Diggs and Henry schedule a date of Jessica with Nathan. However her father grounds her in her bedroom and when Nathan calls Jessica, her father tells that she has dated a good looking guy in a car. Jessica flees through the window, but Nathan and Jessica fail to meet each other. Jessica takes a ride in Kenneth's car and Nathan believes that she is dating the schoolmate. He goes home, drinks whiskey and puts a rope around his neck. When Grace comes home, she opens Nathan's bedroom door and accidentally she hangs her son. Grace resurrects Nathan, but soon she finds that something did not work out when her son bites Samson and... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When Craig is running from the zombies, he pulls off two planks from a fence, but the wooden bar at the top stays on and he breaks it separately. Later, when he replaces the piece of fence, the wooden bar is attached to the two planks. See more »
You're supposed to make friends at school, not eat them.
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It isn't every day that you get to see a feature film from Ireland. And it especially isn't every day that a feature film from Ireland turns out to be a horror comedy. That's what "Boy Eats Girl" is, but it turns out to be neither fish nor fowl. When it comes to comedy, the movie does have a few mildly humorous moments, but for the most part the movie isn't especially funny - it's either serious or the humor is so low key it almost isn't there. When it comes to horror, the movie does have a few somewhat pleasing bloody moments, particularly the climatic scene that in part rips off the climax of the Peter Jackson film "Dead Alive". But the horror for the most part isn't particularly bloody or chilling to observe. Looking at the comedy and the horror of the movie, I think I see what ultimately sinks the movie - it's directed in a way that lacks bite. The movie is too low key to frighten or induce giggles from the audience. And despite only lasting 80 minutes long, it moves somewhat slowly. It doesn't help that the movie also has a pretty cheap feeling to it, though I guess it looks okay for what had to be a rock bottom budget. The best part of the movie is the cast - they have charm and talent, and you get interested in them even though they are a bit too old to be playing high school students. They make the movie somewhat bearable to watch despite its many shortcomings. I can't recommend the movie, but I'll admit I've seen much worse.
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