The Walking Deceased

2015

Action / Comedy / Horror

12
IMDb Rating 3.5 10 2763

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Cast

Jacqui Holland as Isaac
Dave Sheridan as Sheriff Lincoln
Natalie Wilemon as Barbie
Sophia Taylor Ali as Brooklyn
1080p.BLU
1.24 GB
1920*1080
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 2 / 5

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Reviewed by empatmk 4 / 10

Do Not Expect Anything

Based on the movie title, I knew it will be a parody zombie movie. Unfortunately it wasn't funny enough, and a bit dull in the mid of film because of too many unnecessary scenes. Also the makeup was not good at all, too plain for a zombie flick. Even though it's a zombie comedy film and there wasn't something special with the acting, but at least should have a scary zombie makeup.

Reviewed by Warren Marris 4 / 10

I'm not dead... Yet!

What has happened to Spoofs and Pardodies?

Oh wait... I remember! The Scary Movie Franchise...

Yeah, it has to be said that this movie follows all the old tropes of trying to cash grab at a popular formula. We are long past the days of Mel Brooks thanks in part to a Politically Correct sensibility that seems to have issues with people taking the P**s out of every cultural stereotype and shoving it in our faces about how Hypocritical society really is...

This was the Genius of many Early Parody Movies... Mel;; Brooks, a Jewish Director/Writer/Movie Star, was more than willing to not only shove the ridiculous stereotypes of most people into our faces and say 'Seriously! This is how Stupid we all are!' but also send up his own beliefs because he KNEW that even he and his beliefs were not above a level of Hypocrisy.

Brooks, Zucker and Abrahams were very culturally aware... and never afraid to ruffle feathers for a laugh - because when we laughed at what we saw on screen, we were also laughing at ourselves...

Sadly, this art seems lost... This movie does NOT hit any of those notes and instead relies on 'Parody' of the most popular movies of its genre...

The Title is obviously a Parody of The Walking Dead, There are references to 28 Days Later, Star Wars, Zombieland (Parody of a Parody? Are you serious?), Warm Bodies and many more.

For what its worth, the film is NOT terrible... In fact, it has elements that are genuinely funny, though they are few and far between.

The effects are possibly one of the better elements of the movie - And sometimes quite graphic and gory... But this does not make it a great film.

Its biggest problem is they try too hard to cram as many pop culture references into the film to try and score cheap laughs that most of the time just do not work.

Given that so many films seem to be pandering to the so called 'Social Justice Warriors' and avoid making jokes that may even remotely come across as Racist or Religious in anyway - Its still baffles me how so many of these movies still rely on Stoner Humour to try and get laughs!

Overall, its cheap, tacky, but to be fair... Its short and mildly entertaining.

It could have been so much more though - Instead to falls into the vain of Disaster Movie, Epic Movie, Scary Movie 4, The Starving Games and such like... Only with a much lower budget.

Its not going to challenge your humour much - But you may get a few cheap laughs out of it.

If people are going to continue doing parodies - PLEASE FOR GODS SAKE STOP TRYING TO BE POLITICALLY CORRECT! NOTHING SHOULD BE SACRED TO HUMOUR!

Reviewed by coplwagu 2 / 10

Good introduction, everything else bad

Honestly, i wish I could enjoy this film, as I force myself to laugh at scenes which are so awkwardly unfunny. Such as a 5 minute scene of constant cross cutting between two cars of which the characters discuss things, it drops in a couple of jokes that are so...bad.

Acting is what you'd expect in a film like this however, I did enjoy Carol (or Chris or whatever his name is) as this kid seems to be aggressive and fun. A character I HUGELY didn't enjoy was Romeo, the zombie. His narrative voice is so bad and cringe-worthy that it's painful to watch. Apart from the acting, another segment that truly got on my nerves was how it's high (on marijuana segment). Another example of at least 5 minutes being spent on pointless, unfunny and awkward comments between characters. The awkward flirting was meant to be funny but it sure as hell wasn't. The whole thing also seems to try force-feed the idea that drugs are good idea. It feels so forced, it wasn't needed in any way and yet the writer put it in there. Like 2 minutes of them laughing and smashing small objects. Uh-hu, because increasing the pitch of a character and slowing it down so that u can experience all there laughing sure is funny. The only part I found funny, of which I found EXTREMELY FUNNY, was when in the beginning, our main protagonist has to get his first kill, it's a little girl. He says that he doesn't want his to first kill to be a girl only for the girl to turn around and say she isn't a zombie and is looking for her father. He then replies "that's what a zombie would say" and shoots her. He walks a bit forwards to a car where her father is asleep in the car and wakes up to say "have you seen my daughter?" That cracked me up. This is the only part that made me truly laugh. In a comedy.

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