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Jack is back and this time the troublesome plants he's facing are pumpkins. Genbetter has been growing gourds and the massive orange veggies are on the attack. Can Jack and his friends stop an invasion of pumpkin-headed monsters?
Heidi Christina Baynard,
A botched demon summoning causes three friends to become the de facto saviors of their hometown, Cranberry Lake. It's a race against time to correct the ritual before a legion of demonic zombie babies eat everyone in town.
Kaza Marie Ayersman,
There are bad zombie movies, and then there is "Zombthology"...
A zombie anthology. Am I there to watch it? You betcha..
16 minutes into this movie, then I just had enough!
This was beyond low budget, if there even is such a thing. If there isn't such a thing, then there is now, as directors Elias Dancey, Robert Elkins and Chris Kiros seem to have just invented such a thing.
The zombie make-up was incredibly fake, and it was so obvious that they were wearing poorly constructed masks.
As for the acting in "Zombthology", well then it was as to be expected from a movie such as this. Enough said!
The camera work was questionable and all over the place, which makes a movie unwatchable for me, as I loathe that kind of camera style.
The attempt to make the movie look old was just not in favor of the movie in any way. I have absolutely no intention of returning to watch the rest of this zombie anthology, not even if I got paid to do so.
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