When a zombie plague infects Camp Special Dude, a dude ranch for the mentally handicapped, a ragtag band of campers and counselors struggles to survive the night. Led by the indifferent, ... See full summary »
When a zombie plague infects Camp Special Dude, a dude ranch for the mentally handicapped, a ragtag band of campers and counselors struggles to survive the night. Led by the indifferent, nun-chuck-wielding head counselor, Mac, and his wheelchair-bound sister Dale, the unlikely heroes fight their way off the mountain as, one by one, they're picked off and join the ranks of the walking dead. It's a campy stampede of blood, boobs and gore as some "very special" people show that they can kick some serious undead ass. Written by
That line made the entire movie worth the watch. The character of Todd Slater is off the hook funny. His relationship with Dale Stone is one of the funniest, cutest and weird relationships in film. Yeah, yeah, I know I am talking about a zombie film dealing with the mentally handicapped, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun and endearing characters. There is enough blood and gore in this movie to keep even the most hardcore zombie fans interested. But the movie does not take itself seriously and that is what makes the movie work. It knows it is a zombie comedy and it knows it is a low budget movie at that, but that is what makes the movie. Funny, funny, funny, funny, funny and even funny. That is the best way to describe this great zombie drive in movie.
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