The 1700's...ish, Oxfordshire, England. In the sleepy town of Upper Trollop, there lived a poet named William Filthe'. He was in love with the beautiful but slightly terrifying Vanity Banks...
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The 1700's...ish, Oxfordshire, England. In the sleepy town of Upper Trollop, there lived a poet named William Filthe'. He was in love with the beautiful but slightly terrifying Vanity Banks, and although she was engaged to his brother, William was blinded by love. One night however, an illness broke out turning all men into beasts. All thoughts of love strangely vanish when you're running from an unstoppable foe in rather a lot of lace... Written by
I would not call myself that, but I have to admit this slightly-over-20-minute short movie by Matthew Butler from five years ago had a couple decent moments. It's all very absurd, over-the-top and unrealistic, but that is okay for a zombie film like this. It's definitely not horror, really more of a comedy. The actors are all fairly unknown, at least to me, but i don't know how British audiences think about that. There is no real story, it's more a collection of entertaining scenes I think. The highlight for me was the song during the closing credits. I love the R.E.M. version and this one here was very well done by a female singer. All in all, a solid watch for fans of the genre. Recommended.
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