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O.C. Babes and the Slasher of Zombietown

USA 2008
produced by
Nikki Wall, Matt Wall, Allyson Clark (executive), Jayson Truong (executive) for Creepersin Films
directed by Creep Creepersin
starring Elissa Dowling, Monique La Barr, Julie Rose, Ashley Tompakov, Brandon Shira, Vic Vasquez, Allyson Clark, Noelle Balfour, Christine Eaton, Gail Oakhem, Jenifer Rebecca Foster, Cali Fredrichs, Cody Cowell, Kevin Michael Turner, Daniel Edward Asher, Nikki Wall, Creep Creepersin, Megan Stevens
written by Creep Creepersin, music by Creep Creepersin, makeup and special effects by Annette Chaisson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ok, so the world is on the verge of being overrun by zombies ... but hey, it's Friday night, time to have some fun. So the usual crowd meets at a bar, among them, the queen bitch (Elissa Dowling), the girl with glasses (Ashley Tompakov), the nerdy virgin who's much too good-looking for her role (Julie Rose), the nerd who falls in love with her (Vic Vasquez), the other nerd (Brandon Shira), two porn jocks (Cody Cowell, Kevin Michael Turner), and a few others. Problems arise when they come to notice that they are not only under siege by the zombies, but one of them is a serialkiller, who has no problems slaughtering them one by one because they feel the constant urge to constantly split up. Only the nerd and the other nerd seem to have a vague idea what to do because they have an encyclopedic knowledge of horror and slasher movies, and they play dead during the finale, when the killer is revealed to be - the girl with glasses ... no wait, it turns out the queen bitch after all. Or was it? Not even the two nerds manage to figure out, but who cares, tomorrow's Saturday, which means going out some more ...


The slasher and the zombie movie were probably the predominant subgenres in 1980's horror, and the very fact that they seem utterly incompatible make them prime candidates in a horror comedy. And prolific Creep Creepersin might seem like the right man to handle the film, basically because he has proven himself a versatile director, knows his 80's horror, and has the proper macabre sense of humour.

And yet, O.C. Babes and the Slasher of Zombietown is far from being a perfect movie, actually not even one of Creepersin's better efforts, mainly because the film was shot intentionally quickly (some sources say in a mere 8 hours) - and that results in all of the film's problems, it has an unnecessarily rushed look, which means that little emphasis was put on comic timing, the shocks are not properly captured by the camera, the film too often lacks continuity from one scene to the next, the dramatic buildup falls flat every now and again, and that pretty much all the zombie scenes were lifted from Night of the Living Dead, footage well-known to any horror fan, does derive the zombie-side of things of its urgency.

That all said, the film is not a total disaster, it does contain some priceless dialogue ("What do we do now?" - "In horror films, they always split up and get killed." - "Sounds like a good idea to me, let's split up."), some hilarious intentionally bad performances, and the concept as such is still totally likeable. One just wishes Creep Crepersin had a bit more time (and maybe also money) at hand ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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