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Zombies in My Neighborhood (2005)

An overly dramatic director, an out of work zombie choreographer, a fresh out of prison lead actor, and a confused intern all fail to realize that they are making what very well may be the ... See full summary »

Directors:

Aaron Longstreth (co-director), Larry Longstreth (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Larry Longstreth ... Howard Longfellow
Aaron Longstreth Aaron Longstreth ... Terry Longfellow
Clarissa Paciotti Clarissa Paciotti ... Lisa Bowens
Andy Larsen Andy Larsen ... Mark Callahan
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Vince Bruno Vince Bruno
Andy Gasper Andy Gasper ... Rowdy Zombie
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An overly dramatic director, an out of work zombie choreographer, a fresh out of prison lead actor, and a confused intern all fail to realize that they are making what very well may be the worst movie of all time. Larry Longstreth's film, "Zombies in My Neighborhood", is a dark, sarcastic, and fictional behind-the-scenes look at the making of a disaster. Written by Larry Longstreth

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Action, Intrigue, and of course... the undead

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Budget:

$600 (estimated)
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Color (NTSC Color)
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It's short, silly, sarcastic, and I love it.
8 February 2006 | by BibbowskiSee all my reviews

Zombies in My Neighborhood is a behind the scenes look at the making of a movie that doesn't exist. Howard Longfellow (Larry Longstreth) is a director who's so sure of himself that he thinks his zombie film is pure art. Surrounding Howard is a cast and crew like there has never been before: a lead actor who's just gotten out of the slammer, a passionate (and possibly psychotic) zombie choreographer, and an assistant director who's in way over her head and surrounded by nutjobs. Sound bizarre? It is.

I find myself trying to think of things to criticize, but I can't seem to. I've watched this multiple times now and I crack up every time. The writing's great, the delivery is hilarious, and even the homemade look of it fits in perfectly with the documentary-style nature of it. It feels like the little brother of a Christopher Guest film such as This is Spinal Tap or A Mighty Wind. I'd criticize the heck out of it if I could, but I honestly think it's excellent.

My highlight? I've actually got two highlights this time around, folks. One is Howard's very brief, but very funny "Suicide Drag" bit. I bust out laughing every time.

My second highlight has to be watching Clarissa Paciotti trying to keep a straight face in her scenes.

It's short, silly, sarcastic, and I love it. Larry and his crew have major potential. They're a great example of talent without a budget. Keep it up you guys, you've got it.

I highly suggest you guys all go track down Zombies in My Neighborhood online and watch it.


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