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Rockabilly Zombie Weekend (2013)

The film is called Rockabilly Zombie Weekend and it takes place in Central Florida in a modern day setting. A young couple plans to have a rockabilly themed wedding out at the old farm, ... See full summary »

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... Becky
... Curtis
... Joe (as Jason Scott Ripoll)
... Zombie Cop #1
... Grant
... Rockabilly (cameo)
... Layla
... Crying girl
... Bo
... Chuckie Ray (voice)
... Loretta
... Patty
... Doctor
J. Benedict Larmore ... Tommy (as Benedict Larmore)
Nikoma DeMitro ... BJ
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The film is called Rockabilly Zombie Weekend and it takes place in Central Florida in a modern day setting. A young couple plans to have a rockabilly themed wedding out at the old farm, despite warnings of a West Nile Virus outbreak. Things go horribly wrong when the virus spawns zombie-creating mosquitoes, who are feeding on the wedding guests as well as the other locals of course! Written by Tammy Bennett

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The antithesis of "win"
23 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

Let me pose a question to you. Suppose a friend invites you to a movie premiere. Très cool, no? Let's then suppose that movie is Rockabilly Zombie Weekend. Do you still remain awkward friends after the movie, or do you just terminate the friendship right there?

Regardless of said situation I find myself in, I take it upon me to inform you that Rockabilly Zombie Weekend is a pile, the inferior movie choice of movies that have premiered this month. Yes, I do realize Scary Movie V is out this month, and yes I am serious about recommending that travesty over this.

Firstly, this movie's plot just shows how people are scraping the bottom of the undead barrel when it comes to zombies. It's trite, hackneyed, and basically if you've seen any zombie movie ever you already know this movie frame-by-frame. It seems like a hastily cobbled-together excuse for a bunch of red-necks to test out their RED-One™ they bought by making beer runs and selling the beer to minors at a 300% markup.

While the plot is terrible but at least existent, the same cannot be said for the acting, which is so bad that I wondered if this movie was filmed as a farce of B-cinema. However having met the director and having seen his sadly misplaced earnestness firsthand, I am left to assume he had just hired untrained friends and family members to fill roles. The delivery is so wooden it would make a sequoia blush. I would be surprised to learn that any of these people were paid. The extras in particular were horrible, I doubt they could perform the role of something so simple as a chair or a brick wall without tripping all over themselves. This movie is a fine example of how NOT to cast or direct.

The cinematography and special effects have left something to be desired but frankly are on par with Youtube films. The musical score was largely forgettable which makes it probably the best aspect of the film.

Overall I still felt cheated because while I had not spent any money I wasted a fair amount of my time which could have been put to something more enjoyable, like sorting laundry or writing terrible Fallout fan fiction where I was the main character.

It might be worth seeing this movie when it goes direct-to-Bittorrent and you're stealing a neighbor's WiFi but I do not recommend it otherwise.


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