Die You Zombie Bastards! details
|Starring:||Jamie Gillis, Paul Leary, Rufus, Hasil Adkins, Lloyd Kaufman|
Die You Zombie Bastards!
|Rental release:||01 Jan 2007|
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HilariousBy funkylemur (1 review) from Glasgow , 06 Feb 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]This film is obviously terrible but in being so bad it is actually quite funny. Plays like a home movie and features terrible acting and ditsy women sidekicks who are only there for their breasts.
This is like a better version of a troma film so if you don't like that still of thing you will hate his.
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AwfulBy Ryd (5 reviews) from Cambridge , 23 Nov 2009Like you (probably), I was hoping for a film that's so bad it's funny. A genre i quite enjoy. Unfortunately, this film seems to know it's in that genre, it seems to be ticking the boxes of all the bad things you can do to make a bad film funny viewing. This results in it being not funny at all. The protagonist tries so hard that its annoying as hell. And he's the protagonist, I hated the person on screen most of the time. Don't waste your time.
AppallingBy Janelle (8 reviews) from Tottenham Hale , 23 Apr 2009This film is really great if you need encouragement to follow your dreams as a film maker. If **** like this can get made, then so can your masterpiece. This film is so bad that it passed the 'So-bad-it's-good' range and straight on to APPALLING. Ugh...
Die You Zombie BastardsBy a customer from Cornwall , 23 Feb 2009I watched the first three quarters of this movie when I was 'everso slightly' tipsy, and was laughing like an idiot at the sheer overwhelming wonderous joyous badness of it. Gratuitous female nudity - check, home-made special effects (and filmed on a mates dads camcorder) - check, ridiculous villain (and plot line) - check, wierd old redneck guy (playing himself) who was clearly missing a worryingly high percentage of marbles - check... Canniballistic super-anti-hero with a predilection for talking in a terribly faux English accent for no apparent reason, in a costume including yellow wellington boots - check??..... it was truly a work of genius.
Watching the end the following day was a very strange experience, and in the cold, harsh light of sobriety, I couldn't see why I had found it quite so knicker-wettingly hilarious, and can only assume that this movie is best seen in A, one sitting, and B, whilst very,very inebriated indeed.
Worryingly, this is not the worst film that I have ever seen.
Dire Zombie BastardsBy sharon king from Blackpool, England , 19 Jan 2009There are probably not enough adjectives in the English language to describe how bad this film is. After only a few minutes the urge to eject the DVD and watch paint dry takes over. Having endured about ten minutes, the worst ten minutes of my life (or since Zombie Diaries) I gleefully pressed the off switch.
Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008Not a serious film. Not that you couldn't deduce that from the title(!)
*SLIGHT SPOIL* From the opening scenes when our hero beheads a hippie launching his head what, 30 feet into the air and then presents the victim's entrails to his beloved wife who wears them on her head like a tiara, only with a sausage-shaped elongation dangling out from her forehead, your cheek will be asking your tongue around for tea. Get the picture?
It's a bit like The Goodies meet Russ Meyer with a pinch of Benny Hill, all produced by a porn studio with access to some random horror props!
It is funny in parts but could be better if the momentum could be kept up and if the pantomime-style 'acting' performances were scaled-down a bit. I reckon chopping a good 20 mins off this effort would improve the experience. -It would make jolly after-pub viewing, but I suspect you'd resort to fast-forwarding and announcing "Oh, this is a good bit".
There is quite a lot of totally unnecessary nudity; pretty girls appear topless for no good reason. Nice.
Possibly worth owning just to have cued up ready for when the mother in law is expected to visit.
Silly and off the wall with some amusing scenes. Perverse? Oh Yeah!
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