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A year after the brutal slayings of Mary Horror. Mary Horror night has been cancelled by new Mayor Rockland (Lloyd Kaufman). Sheriff Thomas Walker (Joe Parascand) has survived and is out on the loose. The not so right egotistical Sheriff has Mary's spell book and is planning a killing spree similar to Mary Horror's to take the spotlight away from her. He decides to start a killing spree at a séance party that plans to bring Mary Horror back to life. In the middle of his killing spree a spell is unleashed by accident turning everyone in town into human flesh eating zombies!! Join Sheriff Tom as he verses the Zombies! Written by
I'm a huge fan of zombie movies, and I was excited when I got my hands on a copy of Sheriff Tom vs. The Zombies. Ryan Scott Weber wrote, directed, edited, and acted in this fun-filled movie. In my humble opinion, the best part of Sheriff Tom vs. The Zombies is the dialogue. I can tell from the script that Weber has a great sense of humor.
The second best part of the movie was the over-the-top gore. There were several scenes that involved severed limbs, blood spurting from open wounds, and brains being splattered left and right.
Of course, I have to mention the zombies. The undead in Sheriff Tom vs. The Zombies were your typical shambling, blood-covered, flesh-eating monsters. However, what set them apart was the fact that they could talk.
I didn't realize that Sheriff Tom vs. The Zombies is a sequel to another Ryan Scott Weber film called Mary Horror. I didn't see the first movie, but I still enjoyed the follow up. The storyline is original, and the zombie invasion is caused by a spell cast by a dead witch.
There were several cameos in the movie, including Tom Savini, which is pretty freaking awesome. If you're a fan of zombie movies and/or indie films, then you have to see Sheriff Tom vs. The Zombies. Kudos to Ryan Scott Weber for creating this fun-filled zombie film!
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