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DeadHeads

4.1 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

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DEADHEADS is the story of two slackers, Mike and Brent, who find themselves reborn as part of a marauding zombie horde. Only, unlike their fellow flesh-eaters, Mike and Brent have a taste for beer, not humans! Unsure what caused him to die in the first place, Mike discovers an engagement ring in his pocket and realizes that his untimely death prevented him from proposing to the love of his life. Determined to remember what happened, and reunited with his love, Mike and Brent begin a cross-country trip. Little do they know they will soon be pursued by a vicious band of vigilante zombie-killing bounty hunters!

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  • Actors: Michael McKiddy, Ross Kidder, Markus Taylor, Thomas Galasso, Natalie Victoria
  • Directors: Brett Pierce, Drew Pierce
  • Writers: Brett Pierce, Drew Pierce
  • Producers: Brett Pierce, Drew Pierce, Andy Drummond, Kevin Van Hagen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Widescreen, Anamorphic, Color, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Freestyle Digital Media
  • DVD Release Date: March 9, 2012
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007A2NREM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,747 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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There is nothing I didn't love about this film! The heroes of the film are Zombies -- poor Mike wakes up to find himself dead, with some loose ends to tie up, like letting the girl he loves know that he didn't want to leave her. He finds himself another Zombie, Brent, who believes that being dead is no reason to stop living the good life, and off they go! They are pursued by all kinds of people, alive and not-so-alive. The confrontations between the good Zombies and the flesh-eating variety Zombies, and between the good guys and the evil scientists, are inspired! Mike and Brent hitch a ride across the country to find the love of Mike's life...and death....and confront what really happened to him. These zombies are the good guys, and you find yourself rooting for them every step of the way. This is a road trip movie, and buddy flick, a romance, and oh, yeah, a zombie flick. Campy, yes. Funny, definitely! Sam Raimi, move over!
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Yes folks this is a Zombie, Comedy, Road Movie with a love interest bags of laughs (you will split your sides - ho ho) and it is great fun. I will give you the basic synopsis. Two Zombies realise that they cannot only still speak but seem to have the ability of free thought, fear and sarcasm too. Mike Kellerman (Michael McKiddy) starts to remember when he was alive and things become clearer when he finds an engagement ring! Yes he was and realises he still is in love - bless. Only problem is he doesn't look his best, he has been dead for three years and apart from the obvious odour issues he has some noticeable bullet holes and his arm keeps falling off.

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.
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I was taken by surprise by this movie at the Austin Film Festival, which was a HUGE hit with the audiences there. Comedy is hard, and directors Brett and Drew Pierce make it look easy. It's a fast-paced zombie romance about a guy who just wants to hit the road to find his girlfriend, and can't understand why everyone's shooting at him! Throw in a mad scientist plot, limbs that keep dropping off at inopportune moments, sufficient gore and a vegetarian zombie, and you've got a really fun movie.
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.
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Arguably one of the most unique spins on The Buddy/Road/Zombie/Comedy genres ever. Shot on a shoestring budget, I went into this with extremely low expectations. What a pleasant surprise. This little indie gem should be required viewing for film school students, as it shows how creative and hot things can get, when you pull together with heart and passion to create a quality project. The Pierce brothers did their due diligence in pulling out the stops to get the perfect cast and crew to achieve their vision. Shot in Michigan in 2009, this unique spin on the Zombie theme breaths a deadly fresh breath into this saturated & stale genre. The leads Michael McKiddy & Ross Kidder are perfectly cast as the heroes Mike & Brent a Yin Yang relationship. They are joined in their sojourn by a few fellow travelers: Cheese, Cliff & Pei Pei. Suffice to say that that 2 salient zombies trekking across country in a world gone mad, pursued by some of the funniest over the top antagonists ever filmed leaves lots of room for stretching the creative palet. My favorite antagonists is McDinkel, a guy who has watched every Die Hard/ Rambo. Arnold action film and aspires to be them all in one testosterone fueled goofball, Played brilliantly by Ben Webster. Thomas Galasso as the stoic survivor / hero is a nod to Romero's lead in Night of the Living Dead, (but is a much better looking and a much better actor.) The remaining cast are fun, fierce, frivolous and faithful. I thoroughly enjoyed this film. If you enjoy a laugh, a heart tug and zombie gore, this will be your next favorite movie. 95 minutes of creative bliss! Enjoy it, I did! Oh and so did Bruce Campbell!!
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