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But help comes in the unlikely looking Brent Guthrie (Ross Kidder), a fellow sentient Zombie, who suggests that they ought to deliver the ring anyway just to put the record straight. This they decide to do and start their road trip with a great old guy Cliff and an adopted Zombie called `Cheese' who seems to respond to doggy commands rather than the usual human banter. Like all good road trips they only have one rule and this is? No eating humans - typical.
The sub plot comes in an evil drugs company who want them dead or experimented on or both, either way they really need to put some space between each other but it aint gonna be easy as they is some bad bottomed mother fornicator types.
This is a film I thought was going to be trashy and the only saving grace being able to fritter away an hour and a half, and I was way off the mark. It is a genre bender in the talking, thinking Zombie angle, but it really works. They are very aware of their situation and take it with acceptance, humour pathos and lots of cod psychology.Read more ›
While it's affectionate and faithful to the zombie genre, it introduces new questions into old folklore. For instance, what if someone's immune system is able to resist the virus, so a person only gets a "light" case? "Deadheads" makes you care about the characters, and leaves you rolling your eyes and grinning stupidly at the end. Watch for a very funny and physical Markus Taylor who gets laughs without any actual lines.
Honestly it takes a lot for zombie comedies to impress me. Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland both pulled it off but few others have been able to really make me enjoy them past that. Mix in the fact that I generally hate intelligent zombies and you know I'm going to be watching DeadHeads with a highly critical eye as our two main characters are both intelligent zombies.
While it didn't pull off the perfect mix of outbreak and humor of SOTD and Zombieland I found myself fully enjoying DeadHeads. The characters were likable, the situations were mostly entertaining, and the flow was fluid as one scene blended perfectly into the next. Most importantly they took an idea (the buddy road trip to save a relationship) and stuck it into a zombie apocalypse in a way that hasn't been done before! At least not in a film that I've seen!
We begin the movie as Mike finds himself trapped in a laboratory and runs to escape whoever had him captured. He quickly stumbles across a full blown zombie apocalypse is in the process of spreading. What he doesn't realize is that he is one of the living dead. He stumbles across another fellow not so quite brain dead brain eater named Brent and they slowly piece together what happened.Read more ›
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Ok I guess. based on some of the reviews I thought I would be rolling. Not so much. Really wish they would've at least explained why some zombies could talk and others couldn't.Published 26 days ago by Red_Tile
Very good and funny, but you can only watch 1-2. Times then it gets old,Published 2 months ago by rev,catherine claudette forster
Best zombie movie ever. Well, best romantic comedy zombie movie ever, anyway. This is a fun, zany romp draped against a backdrop of undead and cannibalism. Read morePublished 3 months ago by O_o
Pleasantly surprised with this movie, expecting just average flick.. Not even!! I was hooked right from the beginning. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mp
Attention all you Zombie/Comedy movie fans out there. I just watched an excellent little independent feature made right here in my home state of Michigan titled DeadHeads that will... Read morePublished 15 months ago by ROcK-N-ROLLa
I recently purchased this movie because I'm a big zombie movie enthusiast, and its perfect for a collection of Zombie movies and after watching it needless to say I was not... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Zombie Hunter
Lovdd it.....the thriller dance scene had me rolling with laughter...one of my favoritesPublished 18 months ago by jenny309
A combination of Zombie movie, romantic drama and comedy.
Very well put together . Found myself rooting for the 2 Zombie's to