My Fair Zombie
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A musical-comedy...with guts! In an alternate Edwardian England infested by zombies, a professor of phonetics attempts to teach a zombie woman to be a proper English lady with hilarious and gore-soaked results! Don't miss this zombie-musical mash-up that Rue Morgue Magazine called, ''An Absolutely Delightful Film...Witty Dialogue, Lavish Gore and a Memorable Musical Score.''
Bonus features: audio commentary, outtakes, interviews.
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The film spoofs itself and the British aristocracy as a group of prudish people who sit around on nice furniture and annoyingly stir their tea. There were a number of scenes that were too long and started to get boring in spite of the decent performances.
Not much in the way of zombie horror.
Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity.
That said, if you'd never seen either of the big screen adaptations then you might find this enjoyable ... in a loose, high school or college-level zombie-parody production of a musical comedy.
The costumes were period and the lyrics were adequate, but the accompanying music lacked the fullness that you'd expect from almost any mainstream musical.
Quite frankly, I've heard children's live stage productions utilizing a pit orchestra of a dozen instrumentalists crank out better music.
Love Supernatural monster stories.
Afterlife,Blood ties,Dead like me,Grimm,Hotel BeauSejour,iZombie,
Jordskott,Kindred,Lost Girl,Lucifer, Misfits,Moonlight,Santa Clarita Diet,
The Returned-Fr.,Thrones,Torchwood,True Blood,Walking Dead,
"Orphan Black" is not supernatural but makes my skin crawl.
That being said, as a zombie genre fan, objectively, this is a something a little different, -and that's a good thing - than all the endless zombie b-flicks coming out. With great musical numbers, dark humour, and a great zombie lead. For what I assume was a very modest budget, this film is more entertaining, original and fun than most of the endless tripe out there! Give it a try -you won't be disappointed!