Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Is this taking zombie flicks too far?


When a zombie plague infects Camp Special Dude, a dude ranch for the mentally handicapped, a ragtag band of campers and counselors struggles to survive the night. Led by the indifferent, nun-chuck-wielding head counselor, Mac, and his wheelchair-bound sister Dale, the unlikely heroes fight their way off the mountain as, one by one, they're picked off and join the ranks of the walking dead. It's a campy stampede of blood, boobs and gore as some "very special" people show that they can kick some serious undead ass.

and...JPX's horror nightmare


Musical Horror Film. Spray missions intended to protect Americans against the dangerous 1000-year Mosquito Awakening, when, Terrorists infect it with the Jihad Resurrection Virus (JRV) for biological warefare bringing the dead back to life.

Unfortunately Netflix does not have these movies.

1 comment:

Octopunk said...

Getting to your original question, I think maybe zombifying the mentally handicapped might be a bit too much, although physical handicaps are, as usual, hilarious.

Can't get too excited about the musical, however. Low rent + musical means badly conceived and executed songs, which is way harder to watch than badly conceived and executed movie.