Zombies Of Mass Destruction
The residents of Port Gamble are a quiet lot. They live a slow paced lifestyle, but harbour your typical post 9/11 American prejudices; including homophobia and a fanatical anti Muslin bent. And this is where director Kevin Hamedani steps in with his very B-grade Zombie political comedy.
The film could be summed up in three words; cheap, cheese, splatter. But it goes further, it actually ends up in the so bad it’s good basket. The humour whilst stretched for a lot of the time hits some glorious notes, as does the heavy handed political posturing.
As far as B-grade zombie films goes, it’s on the mark with enough fake blood and laughs to keep most fans happy.
Your average DVD watcher however may struggle to see the films B-grade genius and write it off as a waste of an evening.
Reviewed by: Jonathan Read
Release date: September 29th, 2010
Stars: Janette Armand, Doug Fahl, Cooper Hopkins, Bill Johns, Russell Hodgkinson
Length (Minutes): 92
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Director: Hamedani, Kevin