Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) stars as Drex Greene, a down-and-out college grad who finds himself undergoing a sudden and inexplicable transformation from everyday zero to zombie hero. With... See full summary »

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 Drex Greene (22 episodes, 2009)
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 Shadow Man (14 episodes, 2009)
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 Andrew Batten (10 episodes, 2009)
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 Aurora (9 episodes, 2009)

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Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) stars as Drex Greene, a down-and-out college grad who finds himself undergoing a sudden and inexplicable transformation from everyday zero to zombie hero. With his newfound zombie powers, Drex breathes new life into his dead-end job and lackluster love life with the help of his best friend, wannabe filmmaker Matt (Josh Gad) and med student Cassie (Krysten Ritter). ... Written by Anonymous

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Adventures of a Reluctant Zombie

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Bad is just bad, on the internet or on TV
8 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unfortunately, Heder only has a few minutes to convey a lot in these webisodes. Looks like it could have been a great "made for TV" movie or nice "B" flick. The acting is horrible (especially Heders) and the writing is childish. The idea seems solid, but a lot of execution is missing. Great camera work, good lighting, some decent direction, but most the characters lack anything of interest. They are cartoons of people but not funny.

Krysten Ritter comes off amazingly strong, though, and shows some serious skills like she did in "Breaking Bad." She looks to be a real a star on the rise with the right roles. Good for her.

I'm afraid that this is just another notch in Heder's acting decline. This productions is almost too glossy for this poor talent. Strange.

Love zombie flicks. Now let's see a good one!


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