In Necroville, a city overrun by zombies, vampires, werewolves, and other monsters, Jack and his best friend Alex find work at Zom-B-Gone, a monster extermination company. Battling the ...
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In Necroville, a city overrun by zombies, vampires, werewolves, and other monsters, Jack and his best friend Alex find work at Zom-B-Gone, a monster extermination company. Battling the legions of the undead at work and desperately trying to please Penny -- his horrible, selfish girlfriend -- at home, Jack's two world's collide when Penny's ex-boyfriend returns to town, as the unholy master of a coven of bloodthirsty vampires.Written by
On "Z-Day" (the day with over 100 zombie extras) there were zombies and crew on the traffic median outside the location. One held a sign with a phrase thought up by "zombie wrangler" Julian Wolf: "Will Eat You for Food." This attracted several walk-in extras. See more »
The characters, situations, and scenarios depicted in this motion picture in no way portray actual events or persons, living or dead. Any similarities are strictly figments of your sad, twisted imagination. See more »
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I've never seen a vampire killed that way before...
In this low budget horror buddy comedy, two friends get jobs with Zom-B-Gone, a pest removal service that deals with the undead and the supernatural. (Mainly vampires, zombies, and werewolves.) At the same time, a master vampire has moved into Necroville... can Jack and Alex deal with this new threat at a time when Jack's relationship with his deadbeat girlfriend demands more and more of his attention?
I enjoyed this film much more than I thought I would. It was obviously shot on video with a shoestring budget and few experienced actors, however the main characters were engaging and the story (especially the world the film imagines) fairly interesting. And I laughed more than once.
Makeup effects weren't too bad, but it would have been nice if more of the movie had taken place at night instead of in broad daylight. Perhaps the lighting budget made more night scenes impossible. I wasn't a fan of the cgi effects, but thankfully they were used rather sparingly except for one scene.
I've seen a lot of low-budget, shot-on-video movies and this is the first such film in a long while that has stuck with me after viewing, let alone that I made it to the end of.
And there should be a law against fat goth chicks being in these types of movies. And yes, I know it's rare to find any other kind these days...
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