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Come Get Some! (2003)

An army of zombies on a rampage, four women on a mission, and one man without a clue. "Come Get Some" has hot chicks, flesh eating zombies, an Elvis worshiping half-wit hero, hot chicks, ... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Steven A. Grainger ...
Last Resort Man
Colleen Galeazzi ...
Jennifer Strickland ...
Bonnie Moore ...
Kate Jordan ...
Dennis Coburn ...
Man in the Chair
Darrick Wilson ...
Agent Romero
Michael Nester ...
King of All Thugs
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher Cozort ...
Clay Moore ...


An army of zombies on a rampage, four women on a mission, and one man without a clue. "Come Get Some" has hot chicks, flesh eating zombies, an Elvis worshiping half-wit hero, hot chicks, disemboweling, hot chicks, dismemberments, rouge agents, and everything that makes a great horror film. Written by Jason Griscom

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7 July 2003 (USA)  »

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$12,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Good work, guys!
18 September 2005 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie was a first-time effort for filmmakers Steven Grainger and Jason Griscom. And like most first-time efforts, the film will have it flaws. My main complaints were: the editing, the soundtrack, and some of the acting.

Complaint #1 (Editing): I like my gore and action just as much as the next horror fanatic, but there is enough and then there is too much. The action sequences just tend to drag on and on. After 30 seconds into the scene, you may want to grab a snack, use the bathroom, make that call to your mother, and maybe read that novel you've been trying to finish, until it's over.

Complaint #2 (Soundtrack): Okay, the complaint is not about the music itself. In fact, I enjoyed the music. BUT once again, it was just too much. It was almost like watching an 80 minute music video rather than a zombie movie. It just took away from the performances of the actors/actresses(or was that intentional?)

Complaint #3 (Acting):Again, most of this is relating to the action scenes, but there were some pretty bad moments in between. The actresses do not seem like they are into the fighting scenes at all. Were they afraid to break a nail? I'm sure it's difficult working with amateurs, but I would expect them to put forth a little more effort. However, I do believe Coleen Galeazzi gave it a little more effort than the others. Her performance seemed to improve as the film progressed.

And I do realize that the action sequences are harder to film than most scenes. I just think with some improvement, the filmmakers could go far.

Now, time for the ego stroking... I like the choice of the black and white, grainy cinematography; it gave it a certain dark quality and was very reminiscent of Romero's Night Of The Living Dead. In fact, horror fans will catch little homages to their favorite filmmakers throughout the film.

I really enjoyed the performances of Steven Grainger and the Anti-Seen boys. They managed to actually keep me entertained and laughing throughout the film. Comedy really seems to suit them well.

I really enjoyed the story. There were a few plot holes here and there... and at times it did get a bit confusing. However, the plot holes weren't really important to the story, so I forgot about it just went with the flow.

Come Get Some is a wonderful film for Z-Grade film lovers and zombie fanatics. I would not suggest this film to your average film-goer, but I do think my zombie-loving friends would enjoy it. And I'm really looking forward to the sequel, Come Get Some More.

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