- Actors: Stephane Messier, Xavier Dumontier, Tommy Gaudet, Caroline Danserau-Loiselle, Jonathan Simon
- Directors: Gabriel Claveau
- Format: NTSC
- Language: French
- Subtitles: English
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Synergetic Distribut
- Release Date: Jan. 23 2018
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B075QPY8GX
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,229 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Punk Fu Zombie
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(Jan 23, 2018)
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Pros - Absolute craziness when it comes to the plot / there are actually some hidden political & societal messages woven into the story / some of the zombie make-up wasn't half bad / believe it or not, for a very low budget film, they "sort of" managed to pull off some entertaining fight scenes / camera work was par for low budget
Cons - acting was all over the place / the CGI special effects were AWFUL ( some of the "real" special effects were o...k... )... but the CGI looks like my 9 year old did it with microsoft paint / sound track was garbage ( this would have been a lot more fun if they took a couple hours to put in a decent sound track )
Again... this reminds me of a French version of Troma... expect to see fake intestines being ripped out of people... a fair amount of zombie carnage... totally fake looking limbs being torn off people... ultra-fake looking laser hand guns... some poor to moderate use of green screens ... etc... Most of the special effects were very cheesy looking, so it was odd to see "some" of them actually look pretty good during the course of the film...
Most of the characters were goofy / dorky / stoned / etc... ( very Troma-ish )
I AM being generous with the 3 stars... probably should be a 2 or 2.5... but I'm sure some people are going to wander over and go "AH, subtitles... 1 star"...
My suggestion... if you don't mind subtitles, and enjoy Troma flicks, you might at least a few kicks out of this... otherwise, scroll on to the next flick...