Terror In Rock 'n' Roll Önsjön is Swedens first feature length zombie flick and I love it! In the 1940's, some Nazis try to create a super-soldier but end up creating zombies. They decide to hide the secret chemical in a Swedish lake but ends up in a firefight with Swedsih soldiers which ends with the death of the Swedes and the only surviving Nazi drowning while exposed to the chemical. In the 1970's, a bunch of teens decide to have a party at the very lake very the chemical was dumped. The rock music awakens the drowned Nazi who has become a zombie and the predictable mayhem ensues. In the middle of this is a sweet romance between a brat-girl and a raggare.
The film has a rich gallery of characters. Most of them, and most importantly the leads, are well played by the actors, most of which are complete newcomers. The film is filled with references to 1970's and 1980's films: the Nazi plot is a homage to the original Nazi-zombie flick Shock Waves. The script is not a masterpiece but it's pretty well written. The film's budget is low and it shows, but there has but there has also been a lot of effort put into this film and it shows as well! The film is funny charming and very entertaining. Warmly recommended!
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