If you like grisly humour, the kind you'd find in movies like "Dead Alive," "The Evil Dead," and "Inglorious Basterds," you'll like "Dead Snow." This is a foreign film in which 6 college students plan a holiday of snowball fights and canoodling in a mountain cabin, only to be attacked by--what else?--Nazi zombies!
According a local, who drops in to insult their coffee and tell a story, a group of 300 vicious Nazis were stationed at a nearby village. When the war was lost, the Nazis stole all the inhabitants' valuables. The villagers, in turn, chased them into the mountains and it was assumed that the 300 died from exposure.
This film is gross, I won't lie. Actually, some of the gag-inducing behaviour comes from the students, rather than the monsters. There's a scene in an outhouse that made everyone in the theatre scream, "Eeeeew!" simultaneously.
I was really surprised that a Norwegian film company would make an American style campy horror picture, but there you go. I was equally surprised to receive this film as an early Christmas present. :-)