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So this guy is going to get married and his friends are giving him a bachelor party... it is just too bad that the guy's friends happen to be the biggest TOOLS on the face of the Earth! So they take him to some strip club that looks like it was a set built in someone's basement that had been converted into a den in the 1970s. And then from there they go to some po-dunk town that has nothing but a bar, woods, and possibility some military medical facility (how else would the infected patient made it to that town?). Sounds like the ultimate of great bachelor parties. But that isn't what makes Horrid HORRID.... It's the fact that the make-up looked like crap, the acting from most of the cast was stiff and the script /dialog was totally lame, emotionless, monotone, mindless babble. I have seen better make-up on your average wanna-be "fan boys" at zombie walks and better acting in grade school plays. And, I am sure porn from the 1970s has better scripts. The makers of Horrid needed to spend less time watching Cinamax After Dark soft core porn and Girls Gone Wild and more on character development, writing believable dialog for the script and working with all the actors so they ended up knowing their character and delivering convincing dialog.
And so what have I FINALLY learned.... Low budget zombie movies, unless distributed by a big name studio, are a complete waste of your money and time and they SUCK! No, you don't have to be a total Hollywood tool with a mega bucks budget to make a good movie...Read more ›
We then move to the subplot which makes attempts at humor. Matt (Roland James Williams) gets his car repossessed then asks to borrow his ex-girlfriend's car as she is walking out the door. He and Craig (Kyle Berg) have a bachelor party planned for John (Kevin Kiser). After getting thrown out of a strip club, they head up north to a small town so the subplots can be united in zombie bliss.
The acting was at the Mendoza line and the dialouge better than most low budget disasters. The film extra features a band, one that must have been used for a better than average metal sound track. The film has numerous gratuitous nude scenes that make it into both the outtakes and extended scenes, one which included a sex scene with the woman being disgusted and swearing that I thought should have stayed in the film.
Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (thank you Liz Ribarchek, Amber Rae Halama, Jocelyn Ridgely, plus an extra and 2-3 strippers) 3 1/2 stars
I write this because of the reviewer at the top, dude if you are reading this, that was the funniest s!@# I have read in long time.The sheer length of the "I hate this movie" makes it even funnier, that you spent the time to write a mini-essay to say things like "write believable" dialogue! Are you effing serious dude? ITS A ZOMBIE FLICK, a fun one at that and it does have a sense of humor. Give it a chance, it's worth the rental at least.
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