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Cockneys vs Zombies (2012)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 2 August 2013 (USA)
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A gang of bank robbers fight their way out of a zombie-infested London.

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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Mental Mickey
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Davey Tuppence
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Grainger
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This British movie is about a group of inept criminals who decide to rob a bank so they can save their grandfather's retirement home from being demolished by developers. Meanwhile on another building site some workers dig up an old graveyard and they get bitten by the "undead" which sets off a chain reaction. Then the bank robbers are cornered by the police while in the process of the robbery, but when they exit they find that they are all dead as a result of the horde of zombies. They have to get to the retirement home before the zombies do! Written by Michael Hallows Eve

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London ain't big enough for the both of 'em. See more »


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I eisvoli  »

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Trivia

The bank scene was filmed at the public library, at Strattondale Street, Cubitt Town E14. Opened in January 1905 it was financed by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie at a grand total of £6805. See more »

Goofs

When Ray (Alan Ford) is telling his story of fighting the Nazi's, he bashes in, starts shooting. But he's armed with a Lee-Enfield, the standard British infantry rifle of WW2. One has to run the bolt to fire, something he never does, just firing continuously. See more »

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Andy: What the fuck is going on?
Terry: I really don't know.
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Mark Birmingham plays "Some Poor Bastard." See more »

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References Match of the Day (1964) See more »

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How Do You Like Me Now?
Written by Chris Ellul, Spencer Page, Kelvin Swaby and Daniel Taylor
Performed by The Heavy
Master recording courtesy of Ninja Tune Records
Published by Just Isn't Music
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Great British Comedy/Horror! A new cult classic?
21 October 2012 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This film was both funny and bloody! If Guy Ritchie directed a zombie film this would be the result. A funny LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS type of Comedy/Horror. The plot is mostly original and the action is bloody and gory in scenes which makes this film fun to watch. It's not quite SHAUN OF THE DEAD but it's very close. There are a few familiar faces for those who have seen a lot of the great British Guy Ritchie type films. There are some great kill scenes too. I found myself watching the movie and seeing a few comparisons to the for-mentioned comedy/horror film. This will be, in my opinion, another cult classic in years to come. I give it an 8.5 out of 10.


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