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Corpse Control - Episodes 1-5

USA 2021
starring Dave Krause, Chris Ragz, Vanessa Stone, Rusana Z, Lucas Miller, Joshua Greene, Nagzz21, Karina Barracuda, Mathilde Nicole, Lauren Francesca, Andrew Byrne, Regina Sherbert, Mike Stewart, Robert Ragone, Nouran Noureldin, Mike Kniazev, Alessa Tint


review by
Mike Haberfelner

There was a zombie outbreak - 18 years ago, and while the first few months were bad, society didn't crumble, a vaccine against the zombie virus was developed before too long, and eventually things turned back to normal. Sure, the zombie virus isn't completely wiped out, and even today zombies walk the streets of New York - but they're just slow walking, low energy stumbling corpses that pose more of a nuisance than a threat. In this enviroment, Dave (Dave Krause) and Ragz (Chris Ragz) work as low level zombie exterminators, whose job it is to take calls from people who feel for whatever reason threatened by zombies, stun them and take them to the next incinerator - a really boring job with a very low risk level, but that's ok for our heroes who are more into trying to score dates and getting laid (at both of which they're doing poorly) than ridding the world of the zombie scourge anyways. Thing is, eventually the corpses they capture develop into vicious killers, and what's more, the one time Dave scores a date with a beautiful Russian model eager to marry for her visa, she turns out to be a slowly turning corpse. Our heroes try to get the situation under control but fail rather miserably, but they by accident do find out what makes the dead so angry - thing is, who's going to believe two bumbling guys like them ...


Corpse Control is actually quite a charming comedy, and one that works quite so well because the zombies in this one take back seat behind the two lead characters, who are well-fleshed out and who manage to steer clear of the moronic throughout even if the story as such at times pushes the envelope a little. In contrast to the two leads, all other characters feel more like caricatures, but that said, they're at least well-drawn and work very well within the narrative framework. The result is just really cool zombie fun, with quite a few unexpected twists and turns thrown in.


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