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Ted is not a zombie. Just ask him. Sure, he picked up a "skin thing" on his vacay in The Caribbean, and he's hungering for brains, but who isn't? Ted's bizarre family has their doubts, and they aren't shy about it. Their hilarious antics are enough to send a son to the loony bin, but Ted soldiers on, stubbornly convinced he's fine. That is until he follows a hot vampire to group therapy for patients with disorders of the paranormal. Welcome to Ted's kooky world.Written by
I'm not a zombie fan and neither are my well-read literary friends. (Secret: Most of us are close to 80.) We aren't the ones who go to zombie movies. We are librarians, journalists, teachers, travelers.
BUT, to a woman, we loved this eccentric movie by Anne Welles. It made us laugh out loud for the entire length. "It's a love story!" shouted one. "No, it's got another message," said another. At other points the audience noises were more like "ooh, oomph, ugh!" Followed by laughter, of course! The actors clearly loved what they were doing, every minute--and at times you could tell they were improvising. Just what one would expect from the weird artistic sense of humor by the writer/director Anne Welles, as evidenced by her unusual script and unexpected turns in the story.
Great acting, great fun. See it!! Have a Halloween party....
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