Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things
In Attendance- Me, Eryn and VG... Cherrie called in sick because she had company.
Cast Members of Note- Alan Ormsby; Directed by all-time great Bob Clark.
What's it about?- Evil overlord and melodramatic theater boss, Alan, drags his inept thespian group to a deserted island to mock the Prince of Darkness and constantly threaten their jobs. He's assisted by two overly-flaming gay guys, Roy and Emerson, who dress up as a vampire and a zombie to scare everyone and show them that Alan is above them all.
|Relax folks, they're married; it's completely natural.|
|Those pants are not groovy nor are they far-out, man.|
|This movie is so dull that even the zombies fell asleep.|
The Bad- Watching this movie is like having someone beat the hell out of your for an hour and five minutes, and then turn around and take you for ice cream.
|"Can we please just get our ice cream now?"|
The Gory- Once things actually start to happen in this movie, we get some gore, but it's fairly tame by zombie flick standards.
The Naked- No, and with the quality of chicks on display in this movie, I'm fine with that.
Best Line- "I peed in my pants!"
What did we learn?- Not to play with dead things if you're a child. Also, everyone in the 70's deserved to die.
D+ (4.0/10) I want to recommend this one, I really do, but most of it is so painful that even the cool zombie-filled ending doesn't completely save it. Check it out if you love cheesy 70's horror or zombie flicks, but other than that, you're not missing much.
The Vanilla Gorilla Says- He didn't say anything actually, he just peed in his pants.