Romy and Peewee are teenage orphans in the Philippines with an unusual job; they loot the cemeteries and steal precious belongings left for the dead. The townspeople are fed up with their ...
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Romy and Peewee are teenage orphans in the Philippines with an unusual job; they loot the cemeteries and steal precious belongings left for the dead. The townspeople are fed up with their disrespect for the dead that a hefty reward awaits for their capture. Desperate to flee the town, the sail to a desolated island only to encounter a greater foe - THE UNDEAD, victims of contagious alien virus that were unleashed from an ancient meteorite discovered by the obsessed American Scientist named William Seabrook. Trapped on an island and left with nothing to defend themselves, the grave bandits must use their wits to battle the swarm of flesh eating ghouls!Written by
This film has a combination of different elements that make it work-from the locations, to the two actors who play the leads Romy and Peewee, to the music that just fits perfectly to each scene.
It is interesting to see the movie, because it was shot in the Philippines, thus the audience gets to see a film about the "Undead" or zombies from a different perspective other than the ones we are accustomed to. The film never stops or gets dull-it is constantly moving at a good pace-not too fast, not too slow.
I recommend Grave Bandits for anyone who loves horror films, although it is important to note that this film isn't purely horror. Grave Bandits has nice comedic touches and excellent action sequences added throughout to balance the movie.
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