There is nowhere to hide...nowhere to run...the Zombie Apocalypse has come, and our world now belongs to the dead! From Ireland, Canada, Australia, Europe and all over the U.S., the ...
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There is nowhere to hide...nowhere to run...the Zombie Apocalypse has come, and our world now belongs to the dead! From Ireland, Canada, Australia, Europe and all over the U.S., the bone-chilling news reports tell the same gruesome tale - walking corpses terrorize and devour the living. Only a few desperate humans find the courage to stand and fight for their last chance at survival. But the hordes of undead keep coming, and there's only one thing on the menu - us.
After the public service announcement, Marvin Gloatt says he is reporting on the 9th day of the zombie apocalypse. After the live feed from the quick stop, he says they are in the
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5.1 of 10. What amounts to a collection of zombie short stories pulled together into something like a zombie theme park of a film where you go from one zombie ride to the next.
Most of the stories, other than the very beginning, involve over-the-top mocking of either zombie or general horror films/games and a lot of other normally untouched zombie territory. The emergency newscaster broadcasting the "apocalypse" reports blames it on Jesus, and we get to see the first Jesus-based zombie story I'm aware of outside of obscure comics.
No one is safe from mocking in this, which makes this irritating at times for people who enjoy zombie stories. Fortunately, there's enough of the core zombie ethic and no shortage of skull crushing and sneaky zombie groups to help it avoid being a zombie-hater film. What's missing out of all this, although brain eating is mentioned, is actual brain eating. None of the shorts deal with how a zombie gets to the brain outside of some super zombies that can crack the skull open and pull it out. They still don't eat it and all the other zombies are content with, literally, blood and guts, with an occasional exception that prefers an arm or a leg.
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