Carnaby International, Camaby Film Productions, Hanover Films

Danny Dyer, Noel Clarke, Emil Marwa, Lee Ingleby, Keith-Lee Castle, Christina Cole, Terry Stone, Neil Maskell, Emily Booth, Stephen Graham

Oh brother!  First off,  this is a British film.  Nothing wrong with that, but the dialect is distinctly difficult to follow for us mere Americans, and I have a feeling the humor is placed directly in The Isles as well.   This is billed as horror film, but it’s really is a satirical send up of Horror films a la Scary Movie, with all the funny taken out.

Vince is handling his divorce badly, so his “blokes” suggest a wild party weekend in a small town out in the middle of nowhere.  But when they arrive, something seems unusual.  There are no men, only women.  Where did all the men go?  As time goes by, they figure out that there is a strange virus that affects only women and turns them into blood thirsty zombies.   The rest of the film these guys try to figure out how to destroy the women and escape.

Oh brother.  What a sad mess.  I’m sure somewhere out there, someone gets the humor in this.  But it is beyond me.  The guys are all asses, and they play like little kids.  They have ways to defeat the zombies, but screw it up being stupid.  In fact, I’m sure my IQ dropped at least 10 or 15 points just from watching this film.  I was really disappointed because I thought it might be fairly good (although low budget) from the description. But it passed me by completely which is what I would recommend on this one for you too.  Pass it by completely!

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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