A group of men head to a remote village to help one of their friends get over his divorce; when they get there, though, they discover that all the women have been infected with a virus that makes them man-hating cannibals.
A man decides to turn his moribund life around by winning back his ex-girlfriend, reconciling his relationship with his mother, and dealing with an entire community that has returned from the dead to eat the living.
In Los Angeles, a fallen soldier who has joined the ranks of the living dead reunites with his best friend in order to deal with the city's drug dealers and killers - a perfect way to collect the blood that one of them so desperately needs.
D. Kerry Prior
The head girl Justine gives a speech on the funeral of the teenage schoolmate Darren Mullet that has just committed suicide but she does not recall who he was. Then she is invited by Alexis to date him in the celebration party in the house of his friend Bradley. Sooner Justine discovers that Darren had a crush on her and was bullied by Bradley and his friends including Alexis. When each one of Bradley's friends is found dead, they discover that Darren has returned from beyond to revenge the humiliations he was submitted. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
During the credits the song 'Lesbian Roadkill' is credited as being performed by Tantric Dwarf and being licensed by Crying While Wanking. This is in reference to the song being played by the character Nasser in the film. The song was in fact written especially for the film by Christian and Joe Henson. See more »
During the sex scene between Alex Pettyfer and April Pearson, April Pearson is not wearing a shirt. However, as Alex Pettyfer is dragged out of the car, she is suddenly wearing her shirt again. See more »
What's the matter Mullet, having trouble breathing are we?
[pushes Mullet backwards]
Alex, let's get out of here.
Not so hard now, are you?
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Shortly into the end credits there is an additional scene. See more »
Anyway, this is not a bad little independent film. It keeps your interest (unlike most teen slasher films) and pays minimal attention to reality. The adults (teachers and staff) are totally clueless and basically uninterested in what's going on, while every teen in the movie is almost a super-genius at villainy. (The basic theme of the film is "don't be a bully or bad things might happen.") I find it a bit charming that there's never any explanation about why things are happening in the way that they are. Got somebody coming back from the dead? Sorry, not enough time to explain why. Also, it's hard to see that there are any "rules" to this movie. Bad people get what's coming to them, but (fairly) good people get it, too.
Production values are pretty high, cinematography is more than adequate, and the music fits in well. What more do you need? Definitely suggested as being a cut above the average slasher flick.
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