This is about as light and fun and Kiwi as a Zombie film is going to
get. Maybe negative reviewers prefer their zombies to focus on complex
nasty deaths and no story. As someone who needs more than that, I
really enjoyed this film.
ISAZH is about Zombies, yes, but more so it is about a hopeful young man whose self doubt threaten his ability to succeed in his career and his love life. Each character presented with their flaw gets it resolved in the end, as any good story should, but in this case, those flaws are resolved at the hands of the undead. Brilliant.
This film hits all the tropes, with some real laugh-out-loud moments, some parts where you just have to turn your head away from the screen, and some point where you find yourself chanting for the supporting heroes to make their final try.
Yes, you sometimes see the fact it was lower budget, but this was made for $200K and change, which should be physically impossible. These guys did it. You should watch it.
I look forward to seeing their next project.
A young runner, on a Zombie film set, has the first day from hell when real Zombies overrun the set.
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