Fifty years after a world-wide zombie epidemic had begun, a small group of rebel soldiers learn that intelligent zombies have begun breeding humans for food. The soldiers plan an all-out ... See full summary »
Ruthlessly murdered by her father, the ghost of a seer's daughter kills all those seven days after they watch the strange contents of a mysterious video tape, unless the viewer finds the escape clause.
A high school teacher's personal life becomes complicated as he works with students during the school elections, particularly with an obsessive overachiever determined to become student body president.
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Those of you Zombie movie fans out there expecting a flesh-eating fest will be disappointed - but let's face It, the Zombie film has been taken to It's limits and beyond so a new slant was definitely required. Though a bit silly, this spoof documentary Is both funny(very tongue-In- cheek In places)mixed In equal proportions with some very straight-played characters and scenes. The "professionals" give there opinions very well and through them both the main background to the Zombie virus as well as the Social problems faced by the creatures are made apparent, although 'creature' may be the wrong word here considering that the majority of these Zombies-or 'Revenants'(look It up,It's a pretty cool word!)-as they are most commonly termed throughout-are generally In full control of themselves and retain most of their mental capacity. I give It a high score because It's so different and played so well. Look out for the Private detective demonstrating his Zombie-killing techniques!
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