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In the middle of the film there is a scene where immense amount of blood squirts on the windshield of the van. Marion uses the windshield wiper to get rid off it but on the next scenes one can see a totally clean windshield again. See more »
When I was a kid, we fuckin' respected our parents, we didn't fuckin' eat 'em!
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Berkley, small town in the backwoods of Australia. One sunny day turns suddenly for worse, when a meteor storm raids over the village, turning everyone in to a brain munching zombies.
But soon it comes evident, that it's the aliens who are behind all this.
Well, the heroes of the film are our regular ragged bunch of men and women, some of them cool, some of them nervous as bleep. Two cops, pregnant woman, woman with problems, a pilot and a village idiot. And only the village idiot seems to know whats going on. Or does he?
Undead is your typical small budget, gore infested zombie flick, with a one difference: it has actually pretty neat special effects and some of the photography is pretty good looking.
But, then it comes to the plot: some jokes work, some don't. Behaviour of people stranded in Berkley doesn't have any sense at all, mostly they are just running around.
But thanks to good directing this movie rises above the most poorest excuses of the genre.
It certainly is watchable.
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