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Witness Infection

USA 2021
produced by
Carlos Alazraqui, Jill-Michele Melean, Warner Davis for Mob Goo Productions
directed by Andy Palmer
starring Robert Belushi, Jill-Michele Melean, Vince Donvito, Erinn Hayes, Bret Ernst, Monique Coleman, Tara Strong, Carlos Alazraqui, Maurice LaMarche, Joseph D. Reitman, Gary Anthony Williams, Roger Rignack, Gregory R. Armstrong, Erick Chavarria, Ben Begley, Ryan Bottiglieri, Darren Mangler, Brian Oerly, Paula Lisbe, Robert Peters, Holly Wortell, Scott Parkin, Anne Girard, Zach Scheerer, Michael Canaan, Sandra Valls, Rylee Alazraqui, Jamison Karp, Tim Stoltenberg, Melissa Taylor, Henrik Rutgersson
written by Carlos Alazraqui, Jill-Michele Melean, music by Andrew Scott Bell, special makeup effects by Jim Ojala/Ojala Productions

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Carlo (Robert Belushi) leads a simple but agreeable life, running a dog grooming business with his best friend (and maybe more) Gina (Jill-Michele Melean) and having little actual worries - when his father Don Serrelli (Carlos Alazraqui) pulls him back into the family. You see, the Serrellis are one of two mob families in town, and even though nobody much takes them seriously anymore, they still wage a war against one another about supremacy, and to come to a truce, Carlo is to marry Don Miola's (Maurice LaMarche) daughter Patricia (Erinn Hayes), a woman he hardly knows let alone fancies, plus he knows she has an affair with his brother Dominic (Bret Ernst). Carlo flat out refuses, but upon that Patricia throws a fit (and calls her father), Miola puts out a hit on Dominic - and suddenly it's up to Carlo to diffuse the situation and apologize to Miola personally, besides asking for his daughter's hand in marriage. Carlo agrees to do so because he's too nice a guy to be the cause of an all-out war, but he brings two friends when paying a visit to Miola, Gina and neighbourhood sandwich joint owner Vince (Vince Donvito) - and that meeting doesn't go at all as planned, as before you know it, Miola's men have tied up all three of them and readied them for execution ... when flesh-eating zombies overrun the Miola estate, killing everyone but our heroic trio, who somehow make it out alive. But surviving this ordeal makes them realize one thing, they're in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, and they're not in the least prepared for this ...


Above all else, Witness Infection is just great fun, a witty blend of mafia movie and zombie flick that gets its laughs from playing up the absurdities of both these genres, and from fusing them in rather hilarious ways. And the fact that the leads are playing it straight and that despite the theme the humour never drops to gross-out level really helps to make this as hilarious as it is, while its very well-structured story that's more than just a hanger for jokes keeps one engaged throughout, as does a cast that contains just the right mix of relatable perfomances and point-on caricatures. So if you're in for a good genre laugh, this one's right up your alley.


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