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Zombie Hamlet 2012 NR CC

(18) IMDb 6.2/10
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When financing falls through on a big movie production of Hamlet, the producers are forced to turn the script into a Zombie movie to finish the film.

Starring:
John Amos, A.J. Buckley
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director John Murlowski
Starring John Amos, A.J. Buckley
Supporting actors K.C. Clyde, Kim Collins, Brendan Michael Coughlin, Kristi Culbert, John de Lancie, A.J. Draven, Vanessa Evigan, Zetta Marie Gagliano, Emilia Graves, Melora Hardin, Hollier Harrison, Gildart Jackson, Ryan H. Jackson, Ryan Chase Lee, Stephanie Lemelin, June Lockhart, Shelley Long, Jason Mewes
Studio 3 Girls Running, LLC
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Domenic Fuggetta on January 18, 2014
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I Would say, it was laugh out loud slapstick comedy. Starts off Slow but makes you chuckle as you go along. I would def recommend watching this with your buddies after hanging out over a looong weekend. lol
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cari Ripley on December 31, 2013
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If you are looking for a light hearted, slap stick comedy, then look no further. This movie is it! I loved the scene with John Amos telling Jason Mewes off in the car! I had to hold my sides, I was laughing so hard.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Zombie Hunter on July 12, 2014
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Zombie Hamlet...

The movie starts out about a no name director/writer trying to make a movie about Shakespeare's Hamlet.
He is focused on a modern remake of an old tale with a borrowed budget of forty million dollars, but the single investor only invests a budget of twenty three million, reluctant but determined the director/writer decides to go with it.

He knows that some things will have to be cut from the film but he decides to push forward anyway.

Once the director/writer gets to the filming location, his investor pulls out of the deal abut then the director/writer gets one last break of a $300,000 investment with strings attached that are to include zombies in the film or it ends right there.

So without further hesitation & to insure the film is made the director starts to make "Zombie Hamlet" a renewed modern version of William Shakespeare's Hamlet with a new title and new twist and that's where the interesting stuff begins...
In the beginning and somewhat the middle the movie lacks the good stuff, but just like life I dare you to push forward and continue to watch.

Towards the end of the film it gets interesting and you see where it is going.
You begin to enjoy it & laugh.

For those zombie genre enthusiasts I would recommend this for your zombie movie collection, what zombie collector can live without "Zombie Hamlet"?
None!

It is a good movie, a good DVD buy and great movie to own!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Annette Dane on March 4, 2014
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had it's moments, a B movie but don't know if I would go out & buy it again. Good movie if you are bored.............
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kendra M. on February 9, 2014
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A southern mansion becomes the setting for Hamlet--and then the producer backs out. What else to do than go cheap and make a zombie movie. Quirky and fairly funny--and enjoyable roles for June Lockhart, John Amos and Shelley Long.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dexter Love on December 10, 2013
Format: DVD
Don't miss this funny movie filled with famous names and faces! Shakespeare, Hollywood & Zombies collide in this hilarious film that features Kevin Smith's old sidekick Jason Mewes (JAY AND SILENT BOB), Shelley Long (CHEERS), and John Amos (GOOD TIMES) among others. Check it out for some laughs!
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As impressive as massive Hollywood blockbusters can be to watch, I sometimes enjoy watching low-budget pictures just as much. There’s a lot of bad low-budget films out there, but there’s also a lot of fun movies that often get overlooked. ZOMBIE HAMLET is one such movie.

The movie falls into the “mockumentary” genre and is basically a behind the scenes look at director Osric Taylor’s (Travis Wester) desire to bring his vision for a Civil War-based Hamlet to life on film. However, in order to get the funding he needs to finish the movie, he takes some financing from southern matron Hester Beauchamps (June Lockhart) who only agrees to finance the film if he agrees to throw some zombies into the mix. Things go crazy when Hester dies in mid-shoot without having cashed the final check for the film. It’s a mad dash to get the money and to finish the film before people find out Hester is dead.

I really enjoyed ZOMBIE HAMLET. The movie was a little different than what I thought it would be. However, it’s really quite funny. It does a good job of parodying independent film-making. There’s some pretty good acting (particularly June Lockahrt, Jason Mewes, and John Amos) and the story is relatively fresh. Personally, what I enjoyed most about the movie is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. It’s the type of movie that’s not only fun to watch, but you also get the impression that it must have been a fun movie to make, too. Overall, ZOMBIE HAMLET isn’t a masterpiece, but for a low-budget film that parodies low-budget film making, it’s a fun romp through Shakespeare and the American South.
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What a hoot this movie is. Osric Taylor ( played by the wonderful Travis Wester) is finally getting his wish to direct a movie of Shakespeare's Hamlet. His producer gets him to Hollywood and they agree to 2.4 million to make the movie, as he gets to the location in Louisiana, Hollywood pulls the money, Osric gets a little old lady (June Lockhart) to fund the film which has now become a movie of Hamlet set in the Civil War with zombies. I have to tell you that I laughed out loud often. so much fun and I wish I were part of the cast.....they look like they had a blast. Jason Mewes, Shelley Long, Vanessa Evigan and john Amos, too. This isn't a zombie movie, it is about making a zombie movie.
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