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Not Another Zombie Movie ... About the Living Dead

USA 2015
produced by
Jay Davis, Donte Williams (executive) for Diesel World Productions
directed by Donte Williams, Black Jack Johnson
starring Black Jack Johnson, Jay Davis, Will Cummings III, Brian 'Da Wildcat' Smith, David Perry, James Barbee, Harold Dennis, Latony Vonzaa Gray, Cal Evans, Jackie Dallas, Marlon J. Hull, Steven James Price, Destinie Lambert, Jennifer Lenius, Demarco Monroe, Deena Barnes, Kaprisceo Smith, Leon Rogers, Justine M. Constantino, Teny Lorig Mishigian, Jerome Hollins, Tommy Nowicki, Jessica Rattanasena, Brian Neal, Darek Wojewnik, Joseph Tunstill, William Payne, Sterling Zachery, Lundy Swilley, Marcia Simmons
written by Jay Davis, music by Killaman Productions, Dysfunctional Mariachi, special effects makeup by John Vitiritti, Cheyenne Martin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's really not Franklin's (Black Jack Johnson) day: First he is attacked by his wife (Deena Barnes-Threats) so viciously that he has no choice but to clobber her to death, then his son (Kaprisceo Smith) is shot to death by his best friend Mike (Jay Davis) before his very eyes ... and then he learns there's a zombie apocalypse going on (which would at least explain the odd behaviour of his wife and child). Well, at least Mike has come to save him ... but Mike hasn't really thought any of this through, has brought some odd weapons (like a basketball and a boxing glove) to defend themselves, and the persons he has chosen for them to get through this with - including a clueless weapon fanatic (Will Cummings III), an even more clueless drugdealer (Cal Evans), a retard (David Perry), and a army Colonel (Harold Dennis) who has just lost his battalion - are not exactly top of the crop. On top of that they learn that the zombie virus has actually been released by a pharmaceutical company who's hell-bent on hushing things up - even if that means to kill everybody involved in the story -, and it's more than likely that it was Mike, who worked at the same company, who was responsible for releasing the virus. And from there on, it only gets worse ...


Sure, there are not many scenes in Not Another Zombie Movie ... About the Living Dead that you haven't seen in countless zombie flicks before, and likewise the same story has been told a few hundred times already ... but somehow, this film gets it right anyhow, as the film is peopled by an incredibly likeable and relatable, deeply flawed cast of characters who really bring the situations they get into to life, and even if the film is essentially a genre spoof, and not always very subtle about it, the characters seem somehow much more real when (mis-)handling the situations they get into than in many a more serious zombie flick. Plus, the team behind the film have really done their homework, as despite being played first and foremost for laughs, it doesn't hold back in gruesomeness and atmosphere.

Great fun, first and foremost but by no means only for genre fans!


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directed by
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written by
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