Interwoven stories that take place on Christmas Eve, as told by one festive radio host: A family brings home more than a Christmas tree, a student documentary becomes a living nightmare, a Christmas spirit terrorizes, Santa slays evil.
A young woman comes to in a roadside diner with no idea where she is or how she got there. Split between two timelines, she gets taken on a violent journey as she seeks out the person responsible for her lover's death.
A group of five people working to stay alive in a post-apocalyptic future discover what they think is a safe, abandoned farmhouse, but they soon find themselves fighting to stay alive as a gang of bloodthirsty predators attack.
Deep in the Northern California woods, in the heart of the notorious Emerald Triangle, lies a remote cabin. The residents struggle to fight off the repeated attacks and abductions by ... See full summary »
Two inexplicably coherent zombies awake amidst a zombie attack, and decide to take a road trip to find the one's lost love, unaware they are being chased by the agents of a ruthless company with its own agenda.
Drew T. Pierce
During a weekend at the family cottage in the woods, Steve, a soft-hearted corporate analyst, gets stung by a zombie killer mosquito right before his wedding with Tina, a bossy beautician. Together with them, is Steve's sister Sarah and her friend Greg, who really wish that Steve will soon come to his senses and realise that Tina is just not good for him. In the meantime, without knowing it, a team of zombie hunters, Max, a cold-blooded exterminator and Penny, a scientist with a blue zombie-tracking orb, are in the same woods looking for the undead. When Steve's pulse will begin to fade while at the same time his appetite for human brains will grow bigger, it will be obvious enough that the change has already begun, however, according to Tina, this will be only a minor setback before the big day. Eventually, Steve as a hybrid with his mutated DNA would help in the cure for the infection, but nevertheless, Max and Penny will still have to pass through Tina who really wants to get ...Written by
My father... sent me to a survival camp in the Philippines when I was nine. They, uh, dropped me in the jungle in the middle of a monsoon. I had to survive for seven days.
Your father did that to you?
It was my birthday.
See more »
SPOILER: Following the credits there is a shot of Muffins' foot bursting from its grave. See more »
My expectations for this were less than zero. The truth is 99.9% of low budget horror and/or comedy films of the last 20 years have been utter crap that is a waste of time to watch. Still I try them out, hoping to find that occasional 0.1% that's worth it. A Little Bit Zombie is not a great film or even a particularly good one. The jokes are stale and the fx are mediocre. But it does have a good cast, some decent direction, and an enjoyably upbeat tone throughout.
Kristopher Turner is the lead and he's probably the weakest actor in the cast. His mugging and rubberfacing shows his limitations as a comedian. However the rest of the cast picks up the slack and makes the most of weak material. Stephen McHattie and Emilie Ullerup are good fun as a pair of zombie hunters. McHattie seems like he's having a great time with the role. Kristen Hager and Captain Steroids...I mean Shawn Roberts...are good as the sister and best friend. Crystal Lowe is the bride-to-be and she was probably the most enjoyable part of the movie for me. I always try out any movie she's in, no matter the low budgetness, and am rarely disappointed in her performance.
All in all, it's worth a gander but still a limited, though pleasant, film to watch.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this