Writer: Tijs van Marle (Screenplay)
Starring: Yahya Gaier, Mimoun Ouled Radi, Gigi Ravelli, Sergio Hasselbaink, Uriah Arnhem, Noel Deelen, Nadia Poeschmann, Carlo Boszhard
Plot: The bizarre story takes place in Amsterdam-West, where a virus turns people into bloodthirsty zombies. A group of survivors have to team up to survive.
Verdict: Mad and Wonderful
Story: We follow two brothers, two gangster friends, a beautiful female police officer and a shady business man as they try to escape Amsterdam after a zombie outbreak. We see how one wants to save a love interest from a seemingly impossible situation, while greed takes over others. We see how the group puts together of mostly idiots have to try and find weapons to survive and achieve their goals by escaping the danger.
Simply put this is a crazy film, it makes fun of nearly every zombie film stereotype and is filled with plenty of over the top zombie kills. What makes these kills memorable is that they seem to come from the most random objects including bowling balls, tennis ball gun and giant mallet with many more. This is hugely enjoyable if not barmy storyline that you will remember and continue laughing after it has finished. (7/10)
Yahya Gaier: Aziz stuck in a dead end job before getting fired, he gets a call from the girl of his dreams and wants to save her during the zombie outbreak. Good performance playing the unlikely hero in the zombie outbreak. (7/10)
Mimoun Ouled Radi: Mo loud mouth party animal who always comes up with half-baked ideas to get rich quick, leaving his brother Aziz to clean up the mess. Good performance as the loud annoying character who tries to talk his way out of everything. (7/10)
Gigi Ravelli: Kim police officer who tries to lead the four bumbling fools across Amsterdam to the safe zone. She is all action and won’t leave anyone behind. Good performance from Gigi, adding some much needed beauty to the film. (7/10)
Sergio Hasselbaink: Jeffrey the first of the two gangsters, this one likes to us big weapons to try and stop the zombies but he finds out his tennis ball shooter isn’t the best choice. Good performance who gets a lot of the laughs. (7/10)
Uriah Arnhem: Nolan the big fella gangster who gets his hand stuck in a bowling ball which turns into a solid weapon for him. Good performance and easily the funniest character in the film. (7/10)
Director Review: Martijn Smits, Erwin van den Eshof – Good direction to create a funny horror comedy that you actually want to see who makes it too. (7/10)
Comedy: Very funny throughout with the characters and zombie kills. (8/10)
Horror: It fills all the zombie horror boxes without being too much. (7/10)
Settings: Amsterdam makes a great setting for the film as it works out to be original. (9/10)
Special Effects: Great effects used to create the zombie kills and attacks. (10/10)
Suggestion: If you are a zombie film fan this is one you should be watching it will tick all the boxes for a horror comedy. (Zombie Fans Watch)
Best Part: Super general appearance.
Worst Part: The lead characters have been used before.
Funniest Scene: The two super fighters turn up.
Kill Of The Film: Rapper
Believability: No (0/10)
Chances of Tears: No (0/10)
Chances of Sequel: Left open to one
Post Credits Scene: No
Oscar Chances: No
Budget: 500,000 Euros
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Overall: Enjoyable Horror Comedy