It started off as the ultimate way to spend Halloween. Seven teenagers travel to an old, decrepit house, the site of a horror movie set and rumored to be haunted. But when two grave robbers...
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It started off as the ultimate way to spend Halloween. Seven teenagers travel to an old, decrepit house, the site of a horror movie set and rumored to be haunted. But when two grave robbers arrive seeking refuge from an army of the living dead, it becomes the ultimate fight for survival. Written by
In the end credits, the actors are listed with a description of what happens to their characters (Lost His Head Zombie, Baseball Zombie, Nude Zombie Chick, etc.) and the supporting cast is separated into two lists: "Featured Zombies" and "The Rest of the Zombie Cast". Also, during the end credits we are shown several outtakes and scenes from a blooper reel. See more »
One good thing about a lot of really bad horror films is they are unintentionally funny. This film was funny at the beginning because of how bad it was, but after that it just got boring. The movie has everything wrong in it. The gore effects were really fake looking, and ultra plentiful. The acting was really, really bad!!! Some things in it were funny though. In the cemetery it seems as though the director couldn't actually get access to all of it, so many of the tombstones names in the film are blurred out. There's a scene where a creature is biting a character's neck, and you can clearly see that they aren't even near him. The zombies aren't at all scary. It's an idiotic film, that you might enjoy as a comedy, but most likely won't.
Rated R for some sex, violence and language. 82 mins,
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