The Walking Deceased
is a movie starring
Tim Ogletree, Joey Oglesby, and Troy Ogletree.
When a police officer wakes up in a hospital to find out he is in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, he will do anything to find his family, even sacrifice Twitter.
In Los Angeles, a fallen soldier who has joined the ranks of the living dead reunites with his best friend in order to deal with the city's drug dealers and killers - a perfect way to collect the blood that one of them so desperately needs.
D. Kerry Prior
Follow the path of the red-handled weapon used by Rick Grimes to kill Terminus leader Gareth; from its innocent beginnings on a hardware store shelf at the start of the apocalypse into the hands of various survivors, familiar and new.
The degree of enjoyment one would get from this poorly made spoof is how much churlish subjects like stripper zombies one can tolerate. It takes a lot of zombie titles and creates a bland parody of them. However, movies like Warm Bodies and Zombieland originally had much more humor, making this spoof a very inferior viewing.
There's not much in term of plot or technical aspects. It merely copies the look and some of the quirks on different shows, then puts some exaggerated crude jokes on them. It's certainly far from the refined amusement of Shaun of the Dead, which it ironically also copies on one of its scenes. Some of the gags even feel redundantly repetitive or outright obnoxious.
There are some things it does correctly, although these are so few, such as the impression of Walking Dead Daryl which looks pretty convincing. It points out odd plot devices of the genre like creepy couple with ulterior motives, but then again it's very expected and those who have internet might have come across these jokes before. The rest are cheap knock-offs from the better original titles, which are more bearable, though still in much lower quality.
In span of its runtime, The Walking Deceased probably only has a couple of decently original comedy, which pale in comparison of its more juvenile ones. It's better to rewatch the movies it spoofs on than wasting time on this lackluster parody.
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