While investigating the death of his twin brother, a special forces veteran, a sexy psychic, an evil succubus, her oafish boyfriend, two mysterious aliens and the Michigan Militia inadvertently join forces in a landfill of the living dead.
A two-part homage to (and sometimes parody of) European horror movies from 80s - especially Italian zombie movies. Made by fans of the genre, with most of the humor coming from the ridiculously sexist characters, this smart, funny and sometimes ridiculously gross horror-comedy has been a festival and convention favorite in the Midwest since it premiered in May 2009. Winner of "Best Sequel, Fan Film or Remake" from Horror Movie Central (2009 Birdie Award) and listed on Fangoria Magazine's DVD Chopping List for May 2010. Written by
It was a little piece of heaven in zombie goodness
You talk about a film that has a lot of indie buzz. Every website and every reviewer has mentioned this film. I had to see it. And thank god I did. This film is nothing short of a very fun time. Now, keep in mind this is very low budget DIY film making. And, if you are a fan of old school horror with new school charm. This film is for you. It is almost 3 hours total and the time goes by so fast, that at the end you are left with the thought, I cannot wait to see what Thomas can do with a bigger budget and more time. This is the blue print for someone who is going to be so major. Fans, if you want a film that is made by a fan of the genre who wont dumb you down or make you feel stupid. This is the film for you. Good job Thomas.
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