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Corey Feldman as Dr. Jamison
Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Soulis
Sid Haig as The Commander
Lew Temple as Aldous Huxley
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Laura Kat 5 / 10

It has... Feeling... not a waste of time

I don't know the technical movie terms, but I had to comment that this director had a passion for what he was creating here... LOL... He just should have finished his 101 class first.

Okay, the good parts... Sid Haig, Malcolm McDowell, and pretty boy David Christopher... AND the editing, in my opinion, was innovative... okay, maybe not innovative, but as I said in the title... it has feeling...

The story, like any good B movie, is long, over-done, and drawn out... BUT... with a good buzz, you will have a good time! I appreciate the bold contempt against pharmaceutical companies and I think Sid playing a military leader was pure IRONY and deliberate. Thank you Mr. Dayton for having a great sense of humor.

If you're anything like me, you don't really care about reviews in regard to likability; you like what you like. I liked the fact that I can appreciate an attempt at a 'tongue in cheek' message...

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 2 / 10

Veering straight off anything that even resembled being interesting...

When I saw that Sid Haig and Malcolm McDowell were in this zombie movie, I was thrilled to get to see this movie.

And now having seen it, I must say that my excitement was shattered tenfolds. Wow, this movie was awful.

Not only was the dialogue bad and forcefully scripted, but the storyline was just downright insulting to people who enjoy the zombie genre. Seriously, this was all that director Jesse Dayton could muster with an ensemble of actors that was on the billing list? The story is about a pharmaceutical company that gives away pills to the general public as a sign of good will and willingness to help. However, these pills turn people into ravenous zombies. It is up to a small time radio DJ and a former musician to find out a way to stop this infection.

Well, the zombies were running about, as in "28 Days Later", which doesn't really go well with me. And also for people that were recently deceased from the pills, then they turned into rotting cadavers awfully quick. And that whole phosphorous florescent green contact lenses to indicate zombie infection, no, no, no! That wasn't working on any level, regardless of how you looked at it.

The best parts of the movie were the name of Malcolm McDowell which was Dr. Soulis; it sounded like doctor soulless. And also it was quite surreal to see Sid Haig in a military uniform, which he didn't pull off one bit. Now, I am normally all for Sid Haig, but his role for this movie was so wrongly selected. And also, there is just about enough gore and blood to keep the gorehounds out there semi-interested in the movie.

Not even seeing Tom Araya making a brief appearance in "Zombiex" was enough to raise up the movie in any way.

This movie is definitely within the lower scale of all the zombie movies that I have had to sit through throughout my movie-watching history so far. And it is getting a mere 2 out of 10 stars from me.

Reviewed by William_Henry_Pratt 1 / 10


What a shame. To actually have the gall to present this 'film' to a viewing audience. The democratization of filmmaking is just presenting more and more people that have absolutely no idea to the proper structure of narrative storytelling. This film looks like the editor plopped all the footage into a blender and hit 'high'. Nothing makes sense and I didn't have a clue as to who anyone was or what was going on. I realize that filmmakers like to be innovative and that to me is very welcomed as a viewer, but the narrative structure has to be coherent. If you don't have decent structure and very well defined characters all you'll have is, well… this 'movie'. It's very clear from this presentation that the director, writer, cinematographer, and editor had no idea what they were doing. Projects like this are killing horror films.

Total trashology. Don't waste any more of your time even reading this review.

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