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I had expected something of a zombie spoof here, when I sat down to watch "Vixen Velvets Zombie Massacre".
However, this turned out to be a very unique experience. An experience that lasted a whole 15 minutes of me watching this garbage, and then I just had enough. I got up and turned it off, never to return to attempt watching the rest of this heap of junk known as "Vixen Velvets Zombie Massacre".
First of all, the camera work is so questionable and shoddy that it seems that the camera is filmed by some toddler not yet having mastered his bodily functions yet. The camera is all over the place, which is something I loathe. I don't sit down to watch a movie that I could have filmed better by myself.
Secondly, the storyline, well from what I witnessed during the 15 minutes of agony I suffered through, was just downright rubbish. Nothing in the storyline even resembled anything worthwhile watching.
And then there was the characters. Wow. Just wow. Talk about being ridiculous. I am sure that the actors and actresses were doing good enough jobs with these horrible characters, but the performers just had nothing to work with.
It is rare that I give up on a movie so quickly, but "Vixen Velvets Zombie Massacre" just wasn't worth the time or effort. Stay well clear of this movie.
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