The Necro Files
Matt Jaissle, Todd Tjersland (executive) for Threat Theatre International
directed by Matt Jaissle
starring Isaac Cooper, Steve Sheppard, Gary Browning, Christian Curmudgeon, Jason McGee, Theresa Bestul, Jenn O. Cide, Dru Berrymore, Anne R. Key, Todd Tjersland, Jonas Arke, Jeff Nelson, Isaac Cooper, Larry Gygax, David Bramwell, Sak Cameron, Todd F. Baker, Dora Taggart, Akira Enomoto
written by Todd Tjersland, Sammy Shapiro, music by Matt Jaissle, special effects by Matt Jaissle, special makeup effects by Todd Tjersland
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Logan the killer (Isaac Cooper) is on the prowl, a man who has not only
killed 200 (!) people but also raped (before and after the
kill) and eaten them - so yes, he is a bit of a son of a bitch. Two cops,
Sloane (Gary Browning), whose sister was killed by Logan, and Manners
(Steve Sheppard), manage to corner Logan though and kill him. In the
process of this though, Manners loses his cool and pretty much shoots
Logan's body to a sieve.
9 months later: The one woman who survived
Logan's attack got pregnant from the rape and now has his kid - and the kid is promptly kidnapped by a bunch
of Satanists who sacrifice it so they can raise Logan from the dead ...
bad idea, because dead Logan is a bit grumpy in the morning, so he kills
all the Satanists but two (Christian Curmudgeon, Jason McGee), then goes
on another raping and killing spree - so yeah, death hasn't changed Logan one
bit, apart from his zombie-face and his constant massive erection. Then though, zombie Logan stumbles upon a
sex doll he falls in love with on the spot, and totally forgets killing and
raping people hereafter and dances through the fields with his new
girlfriend. The two surviving Satanists in the meantime figure to kill
zombie Logan, they have to raise the baby they have sacrificed to raise
him from the dead. Not such a brilliant idea because the baby immediately
has killing on its mind - which culminates in killing Logan's sex doll,
something Logan doesn't at all appreciate.
When our two cop heroes, one
of whom has fallen for hard drugs, catch up with Logan, they get into the
line of fire of the fight between him and his (flying) baby, and seeing
how things unfold it's doubtful that either side of the battle is the
"right" side ...
one stumbles upon a review of The Necro Files, one will most
probably find the words gross, offensive and disgusting
worked into the text somehow, and all of this is of course true, but it
still doesn't hit the mark, because much more than being gross, offensive
and disgusting, this film is wickedly funny. I mean, can you really take a
zombie running through the streets with a hard-on all that seriously, or an
undead waltzing through the fields with a sex doll, or a flying baby zombie, or
Steve Sheppard playing his role like Dirty Harry on speed
(almost literally)? That's not to say that The Necro Files doesn't have its shortcomings,
after all it was made on a pretty modest budget which sometimes shows, not all the performances are really spot-on,
and some effects work could have done with a little more polish, but if you aren't
easily offended, are into
humour of the macabre, grotesque and/or gross variety, and/or simlply need a party movie to watch with
a few mates and a few (or a few too many) beers, then you should give this one a