If you have not seen Undead or Alive: A Zombedy go out and see it! It’s hugely entertaining and you’ll love Chris Kattan!
In a world devastated by an outbreak, Brian, his girlfriend Bobby, his brother Danny and their friend, Kate, are heading to a beach where the brothers spent their childhood vacations expecting it to be a sanctuary. When their car breaks down on the road in the desert, they negotiate with a man called Frank, who is also stranded but without gas. He is trying to get his daughter Jodie to the hospital (she is infected with a disease of some kind), they all decide to travel together. During the journey, massive moral dilemmas arise, as events head into a downward spiral.
My Rating: A
Interesting Facts: When Ben is cut down from the noose of the hanging post you can clearly see his tongue when the priest is over him. Yet earlier in the movie it is explained that Ben had eaten his own tongue and when Elmer and Luke take turns shooting at a tin can, the can is a modern version. Tin cans from that era would not have “beading” – the ridges that ring a modern can to give the shape strength and stability.