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It's eviction night at the Big Brother house, but something very strange is happening; the dead are coming alive and attacking the living. When zombies attack all of the audience outside, the Big Brother contestants are unaware of the death outside the fan-proof (and zombie-proof) big brother house until the show's runner, Kelly, comes into the house and warns them of the doom outside. Stuck with even less contact with the outside world, the house-mates must sneak out of the house to get supplies, without being seen by the zombies. Written by
The dress Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace wears is a 'Kylie' from her own 'Unique by Aisleyne' clothing range. Pippa also wears a black 'Nakita' dress from the same range for her fake eviction. See more »
Kelly runs outside and jumps into a blue truck. When she realizes the keys aren't in the ignition, she gets out and slams the trucks door shut. In the next shot the door is suddenly wide open. See more »
An eviction night in the UK's Big Brother TV show is interrupted by worldwide zombie outbreak, the house-mates are left none the wiser locked up, but outside mayhem reigns as the living dead's numbers increase. For a TV production I thought it was very gory and the sfx were also of a very good standard. The script by Charlie Brooker is to the point and very amusing. I wasn't too enamoured early on with the TV producer Patrick, i thought his character was a complete bastard, but as the show went on, i grew to like him somewhat, he had some very funny lines and I guess he turned into an anti hero of sorts.. I did think it started quite slow but the pace and gore factor increased rapidly towards the end so i wasn't disappointed. The Big Brother factor was done quite well, i guess fans of the show will be happy seeing all the familiar faces and those who hate it will love the house-mates getting their comeuppances, so everyone goes home happy. Of course its not without its moments of social comment, the baying mob outside the BB house showing little difference to the real thing.
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