cannister of Trioxyin-5 is illegally sold
to a man Charlie Garrison (Peter
Coyote) and is killed off by zombies
along with the others who did deals with
His nephew Julian (John Keefe) finds two
of them in his attic with his girlfriend
Jenny (Jenny Mollen) in which they ask
their friend Cody (Cory Hardrict) to
analyze and research the product.
Cody instead uses it as a drug which is
similar to ecstasy and tries to make
money off of it off the college campus
they attend to before the arrange a
Halloween dance there.
These people suddenly turn into brain
eating zombie's and go to the aid of two
agents Aldo Serra (Claudiu Bleont)
and Gino (Sorin Cocis) to try and wipe
out all of these zombie's before an
invasion to the city starts to happen.
We spot a sort of ok beginning that
involved Uncle Charles and other researchers in a
lab trying to do tests on the zombie's in which they
look good attacking and screaming BRAINS
but people's reactions look very lacking.
However, there are good camera shots on
them biting people's heads and necks.
We have some shots on the people at a pool
party and some of the women taking
off their tops which looked cheesy too to
cover up the bad moments in this film.
There's also terrible discussions between Aldo Serra and Gino when
they try to track down the zombie's and
blast them away which looks like the moments on this resembled the stuff
off of Ghostbusters and Police Academy.
Good close up shots on Jeremy rolling his
eyes and other expressions while being
tested with this liquid.
There's also good close up shots on
two people in a living room
suddenly becoming zombies saying
However their situations fall flat when
they go out on the street and try to come
after a woman as it looks extremely
Also there's a scene with a bunch of
zombie's in front of a college
campus ready to attack some people as
that looked incredibly lacking.
We do have a good shot on a canister of
Trioxyin-5 opening up with Tarman yelling
BRAINS but that's about the best
moments there is in this film.
There is a slightly funny situation with
both Aldo and Gino in a football field trying
to blow away zombie's while attacking
cheerleader but yet the moments on this was
quite rusty on that too.
Bottom line is that I can't describe
how terrible this film is with the
performances and most of all the writing
None of it is convincing at all even if
they try to make the humorand horror the
same as the first one with the zombie's
We have Tarman back but that doesn't make
up for the film plus he looks stupid
later on trying to hitch for a ride in a
vehicle while standing on a freeway (I'm
not joking folks).
I can see more and more why there's
remakes nowadays cause there's no
creative ideas anymore. Let's all hope
that another one won't happen. Better off
see a remake of the original one if
Skip this one and watch Dance of
the Dead which has alot more
The acting is very
bad and unconvincing as none of them stand out whatsoever but I will mention two of the one's that were worth mentioning here.... Aimee Lynn
Chadwick (Becky) tries to pull off her part
and does her lines well but still no gold
Manoli (Jeremy) seems to be the best out of
the rest delivering some good comedy to
his part in his role since he seems to
act believeably goofy. He seemed to have performed not
too bad when he's a DJ at his booth for
the Halloween dance not feeling too well
and turning into a zombie.
Many women at a pool party
take their bikini's off barebreasted.
People's heads are
Necks are bitten
Other parts are chewed up
Bloody gun shots in the head
Zombie's heads are chopped off with blood
Plenty of blood
The composing by Aimee-Lynn
Chadwick (Yes the lead actress), Robert
Duncan and Ralph Rieckermann
is the only good thing about this movie
which we have the good ole classical
horror sounds along with some thumping
and banging too but it doesn't make the
story effective sadly.