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A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on their wits and skills to survive the night, and pray that they don't become victims of the flesh-eating zombies! Written by
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Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! is newcomer Jason Murphy's debut film, and taking that into account, it is not too bad. However, amidst the recent slew of low-budget horror (and especially low-budget zombie horror), this is rather weak for a number of reasons. For one, this is a case of not knowing how to balance two different genres in the one movie. This is no doubt a difficult task to master, but when done right, can make for an immensely entertaining experience. The Evil Dead, Shaun of the Dead and Re-Animator both blended horror and comedy very well into the one movie. This film also tries this, but fails rather miserable. Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! is not at all scary, and only amusing thanks to the surprisingly good acting from a mostly unknown cast.
The story behind the zombie outbreak in this film is quickly explained and rather funny. Simply, a scientist is in the process of experimenting with regenerating cells, when a dopey pothead comes around to get some quality drug. For some reason, this guy mixes the scientist's concoctions and creates some new drug which turns people into zombies. Eventually, a group of strippers, prostitutes, their friends and a pimp are all holed up in a strip club fending off against a horde of the undead.
No, the plot is not award winning, but it suits this no-budget movie. The script is rather funny, but lacks a fast pace or any good shock moments. There is not a lot of gore on offer surprisingly for a zombie flick, although there are some neat gags. The use of CGI is rather dodgy, as none of it looks convincing. Also, oddly enough, for a movie set in a strip club and whose main characters are strippers, there is very little nudity.
Anyway, this is a decent enough effort that is marred by a few glaring issues. 2/5
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