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Humans Vs Zombies [Import]

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Same as we have been seeing a lot of, lately July 3 2012
By S. Banzhaf - Published on
Not a bad film, the star zombie makes ups were well done and, if you are NOT already getting burned out on the GLUT of zombie-virus 28 freaking days later, run me over and kill me now---- style zombie film, then this one won't leave you feeling a little too deja-vu. Like I said, not bad, but the over-flux of this same style of fim and story line, means you gotta try harder for an edge and angle to re-excite this all too same story line.....if you can purchase it in the $10 range then worth it, otherwise please rent first and see if it entices you.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By The Movie Guy - Published on
The film starts out with a zombie virus infection breach then goes headlong into a world infestation. There is a 2 weeks interval between the events. The comic book that comes with the DVD goes into more detail, but really doesn't add anything to the explanation which was given later in the film, one which I really appreciated as it pretended to have some basis in fact. The action takes place on a college campus where students engage in a game called "Humans vs. Zombies." These students believe they are zombie experts and then the apocalypse happens (Rev. 20:13).

Zombie movies are pretty much the same. Find a safe haven, purge zombies. It is the characters that separate great zombie films from pack. I liked the zombies eating people in front of the "Humanities" building and the characters in this film:

Tommi (Dora Madison Burge): She has a gamer web site and is a hot cyber chick all the guys want, especially James. She is pretty, smart, savvy, and can make quick decisions. She is the person in charge in the room.

James (Jesse Ferraro): He is the football player who wants Tommi and the man she wouldn't have sex with even if he was the last man on earth...not to be taken as an omen or anything. He could have any girl, but wants the one he can't have.

Danny (Jonah Priour): He is the studious roommate of James who engages in zombie games. He is our voice of reason, our Jesse Eisenberg from "Zombieland." He likes Amanda and shares with her the secret of the zombie metaphor.

Amanda (Melissa Carnell): Pretty coed whose clothes everyone borrows. She also has a working shower...I think you know where this is going.

Frank (Frederic Doss): Campus Security guard who believes in conspiracy theories. He contends the Illuminati let loose this virus and fellow guard Billy (Matthew Downs) is an alien. In a way he is glad this infection has happened as a point of vindication. Favorite line: "Back the F-up, zombie trash."

Brad (Chip Joslin): He is the reason I FIVE starred this film. He is the "Jack Black" of zombie killers; a humorous over-the-top slightly overweight guy who has funny quips like "You don't take a sandwich to the beach." He lives to kill zombies. I wish he was in more scenes.

PARENTAL GUIDE: F-bomb, brief sex, nudity (Taylor Kowald whose shower is broke.) Not as good as "Zombieland", but then what is?
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Simply an AWFUL zombie film (or any other film for that matter). March 15 2014
By the_tpir_man - Published on
Format: DVD
Words cannot possibly describe what a monumental piece of garbage this film was. Hailing at a scant 93 minutes (it seemed to go on for like 4 hours), this film had absolutely no reedeming values whatsoever -- none whatsoever!

The acting, characters, special effects, directing, and script -- were all just horrendous. The plot holes and illogical scenes were too many to count. I am not so sure the script was not written by a 12-year-old. The ad-libbing and delivery of the lines were simply atrocious. I lost track how many times a character had to say the word "dude." It seemed like a 1000 times.

Normally, you could find something nice to say about a movie. This one is an exception.

I do not care if you are drunk, sober, bored, or just want to punish yourself! No one deserves to watch utter swill like this. You are better off doing something else -- anything else!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Waste Of Time And $$$ Jan. 13 2013
By Tom Montoya - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Stay away... Seriously... Stay as far away from this film as you can. Aweful does not do this film justice. An arm full of heroin could not convince me to watch it again. Perhaps when I am dead...
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Too much inexperience drove what could have been a fun zombie flick back into the ground Oct. 1 2012
By Stuart Conover - Published on
Format: DVD
Humans vs. Zombies was directed by Brian T. Jaynes and written by both him and Devan Sagliani. It's a tribute to the fans of zombies who have played Humans Versus Zombies on campuses across the United States using Nerf guns and other homemade 'fun' defensive weapons. The game itself is a fun concept and puts us in a good frame of mind for people who may think they are ready for a zombie outbreak - even when they are nowhere near prepared.

While the film itself doesn't have the most rock solid of plots or tension building it is a fun watch. I'd recommend watching it with friends so you can get some group effort going to appreciate the humor and mistakes people make as its easily a film that's more fun to watch with a group of friends instead of by yourself. The film itself shows that the zombie apocalypse in this world comes from a strain of H1N1 and gives us a group of geeks and one jock who have 'knowledge' on how to deal with the undead from their years of being drowned in pop culture that has to do with zombies. Throw in a love story between an unlikely couple and you almost have a teen smash hit movie! Just without the teens or hit.

I'm really not saying the movie was 'bad' just that it could have been a lot better. Also the introduction to the film could have been much shorter. I LOVED the concept of the movie itself. It was a great lead in to why people think they can survive a zombie outbreak and really have no right to be anywhere but zombie chow or hiding somewhere. The film itself takes the first half to let us know about the characters and the ZVH game that is such a hit on campus. Honestly if they had cut out the getting to know about the characters and got us to the second half of the film quicker it would have worked much better. Honestly I loved the HVZ game theme and mixing that in but I really could have cared less about the characters when we finally got to the second half of the movie (also known as when the zombie outbreak actually hit.)

When zombies actually hit we get to see that the special effects are actually decent. The fight scenes that occur are fun to watch and the actors are great to ridicule. Not all of them mind you but some of them use defensive or offensive ideas that were clearly from the comic books or video games that they love with zombies. The problem is fantasy and 'reality' don't quite mash up as they try to use completely ridiculous ideas to stay alive. Fortunately most of the people that follow fantasy don't survive.

The end of the film itself I also felt didn't quite fit. It was rather abrupt it how it came to a close. I won't spoil it for you but I felt that it wasn't needed and didn't fit with the close of the film. Possibly if I cared more about the characters or felt that they had a good way to close the film the way they did it would have worked. Sadly though when the end credits rolled you will probably be a little annoyed having the end of the film fall a bit flat and feel as if it was an afterthought to what it looked like they were building to.

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