I picked up this film while scoping out the booths at Horror-Rama in Toronto at the beginning of the month. I was there with the Horror Writers Association, spreading the news about the organization and sharing my books with the masses. I will admit the cover drew my attention and after talking to the director, Brent Kelly and Paige from Alternative Cinema/Camp Motion Pictures, I knew I’d be back before the day was over to buy a copy. And I have to say I’m glad that I did. The movie is funny and fresh (no pun intended – it is about zombies after all), and chock full of original songs I find myself humming or singing at the oddest of times. But those snippets of song have resulted in a few conversations with random people and the promise to look for the film – not a bad thing in my book at all. So if you’re looking for a Zombie flick that sits just a little to the left of normal, that’s ultimately entertaining and will have you humming for days to come, I’d suggest finding a copy of this film and giving it a whirl. You won’t be disappointed.
In an alternate Edwardian England infested by zombies, a professor of phonetics attempts to teach a zombie woman to be a proper English lady – with hilarious and gore-soaked results! Based on the play by George Bernard Shaw.
My Rating: A-
Interesting Facts: I’ve got none for you this time 😦