Starring: Jim Smith, Jim Treacy, Jackie Gelfuso, Erik Skum

Directors: Greg Hanson

Synopsis: Dave, Frankie, and Chris are three individuals living together in a
large house and they don't always see eye to eye. Did I mention they were
also hitmen? Butting heads becomes the least of their worries when an evil
curse is placed on them that will raise the corpses of the people they have
killed after their toll hits one-hundred. When the clock strikes midnight, the
bodies re-animate and the three must fight for survival from their undead
foes.


Review:

My eyes rolled severely to the back of my head with the thought of having
to watch another Zombie movie. Don't get me wrong everyone loves a
good zombie movie but after awhile you want a change. This movie is both
the latter and I had an absolute ball watching this fucking movie. This
horror/comedy follows Dave, Frankie, and Chris, three individuals living
together in a large house that don't always see eye to eye. Did I mention
they were also hitmen? Butting heads becomes the least of their worries
when an evil curse is placed on them that will raise the corpses of the
people they have killed after their toll hits one-hundred. When the clock
strikes midnight, the bodies re-animate and they must fight for survival
from their undead foes. The first half of the movie gets you established in
the main three character's lives. You learn their personalities and that they
are like the three musketeers in the hit man business.

They take their orders from Johnny who is an blond Italian guy who speaks
in this wheezy voice. Frank is the dark haired tom boyish chick who sports
tattoo's and a sick love of bloodying things up- she isn’t afraid of shit. Her
motto seems to be the bloodier the better. Then there's Chris who loves to
ramble on and on about anything and everything, while Dave seems to get
ganged up on by the other two. Some of the things these three say and
do will have you rolling! Why is this zombie madness happening only to
them? Will it ever end, or will they be able to get rid of all those zombies in
the backyard? My personal favorites were the Karate zombies, just wait till
you see them- you can‘t help but laugh.


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Overall: 610
Genres: Horror

Rated:

Country: USA

Year: 2007

Runtime:

Studio: Monotone Pictures
Review done by: The Angry Princess
Online since: February 20th, 2006
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