In a world where zombies are rumoured and known, a group of youngest head to uninfected Ibiza for the holiday of a lifetime – only it's not as zombie free as they thought.
A low budget comedy yarn, with sex, partying and zombies. It's not in the league of productions values as The Rezort or the likes of Cockney Vs Zombies. Writer/director Andy Edwards offers a watchable rough round the edges undead romp.
Some of the lines are funny but without Ed Kear as wise cracking Big Jim this would have completely fallen flat. Dealer Karl played by Richard Brake, Rhys Ifans-like Matt King is notable and plays a good psycho, but he's too good compared to the rest of the cast and feels out of place. Also UK's Alex Zane cameos as a Club Host in amongst the rubbery makeup and fake blooded zombie extras.
It's not Shaun of the Dead, as a gauge picture a low budget The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) mixed with Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000) versus zombies. With limited production values and a sod's law twist at the end it has its limitations but to Edwards credit, you can't fault his effort as he works with what he has and makes the most of the sun, sea and location.
Teens who want to see some bikinis and a pair of boobs should enjoy but everyone else, well...
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