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Welcome to Coconut Pete's Pleasure Island, a booze-soaked vacation resort where high-spirited fun soon takes a deadly turn -- leaving the island's hilariously inept staff to battle a machete-wielding maniac as they fight to survive another day in paradise.
- Extended with 15 added minutes
- Commentaries by all five Broken Lizard comedy team members
- 22 deleted/extended scenes with optional commentary by Jay Chandrasekhar and Erik Stolhanske
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I'm a fan of horror/comedies and this one does an okay job. The scares work, and there are a few parts where you'll actually find yourself inching toward the edge of your seat, but not necessarily on the edge of it. One reviewer mentions Shaun of the Dead in their Club Dread review. There is no comparison. In no way does Club Dread reach the caliber of Shaun of the Dead, which is one of the funniest, and scariest horror/comedies I've ever seen.
Club Dread is funny in some parts, scary in some parts, and I will watch it again (someday) because it is entertaining. But it is not one of the best horror/comedies I've ever seen, and can't be lumped in with the likes of Shaun of the Dead. Club Dread is campy, dumb, full of sexual innuendo and drunk partiers. It works on its own level. Come on, we're talking about Broken Lizard here.
The drawbacks of the film are Jay speaking in a faux British accent while wearing a dreadlock wig. I was expecting a more caribbean sounding accent, but after a while it grew on me and was just as dumb and comically effective as the rest of the stuff.
I've seen better, but I've seen much worse too.