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Plot: This British movie is about a group of inept criminals who decide to rob a bank so they can save their grandfather's retirement home from being demolished by developers. Meanwhile on another building site some workers dig up an old graveyard and they get bitten by the "undead" which sets off a chain reaction. Then the bank robbers are cornered by the police while in the process of the robbery, but when they exit they find that they are all dead as a result of the horde of zombies. They have to get to the retirement home before the zombies do! Runtime: 88 mins Release Date: 30 Aug 2012
Absolute blast of a zombie effort (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
Attempting to salvage a botched bank-job, a group of robbers find their efforts interrupted by a viral outbreak and must fend off the swarm of zombies infesting London's East End to save their grandfather and get to safety.This turned out to be quite an enjoyable and entertaining zombie effort. One of the biggest pluses here is the fact that this one manages to contain a large portion of goofy and plain hilarious moments that are flat-out funny for just how absurd this one gets while attempting to play it straight. The way the robbery gets botched, the arguing between the family, the <more>
zombie assault on the retirement home and the eventual charge down to their escape is all quite funny for how blatantly goofy it's portrayed yet comes off as completely relevant in the way it transpires and ends up making these scenes better by not writing the movie around the jokes but instead working the comedy into the story. This truly funny comedy makes the action all the better as there's a real massive amount of action with plenty of shoot-outs, including the bank-robbery itself as well as the charge through the streets after the retirement home visit to holding off the creatures in the safe house with the hostages being forced into action to save themselves, as well as the different encounters along the escape route in the streets filled with the zombies which just really gets all the high-notes here with the mad-collision of bullets flying everywhere, zombies getting shot to pieces or blasted to chunks and the victims being pulled apart and devoured in nearly everyone of these encounters which makes for a huge gore quotient to go along with the comedy and thrilling action. While these make the film quite entertaining, there's one rather important factor holding this down which is the fact that there's a rather convoluted series of plot-points that seem to go nowhere and bring more people into this that don't need to be there to begin with. These here make this one fall slightly, but overall not enough from being one of the better zombie efforts recently.Rated R: Extreme Graphic Language and Graphic Violence.
1 of the top zombie movies of ALL TIME (by psychodrow)
I won't give it away - but this movie is the baby punting, bare handed head ripping, how to kill a zombie with a metal plate in his head zombie survival guide. It isn't just smarmy, satirical, and ironic - it's beyond awesome. Definitely a top ten movie, and one of the best zombie flicks of all time!It's sweet and sad, loving, creepy, and cheesy too. There's drama, suspense, hilarity, and gore galore. Best of all, there is a powerful moral compass that makes this the totally zany yet lovable way we hope the zombie apocalypse happens!My husband and I cannot get enough of <more>
these beautiful, sarcastic, kick 'arse', bloody bad butt buggers and their family-oriented geriatric antics!
WHAT WOULD MOM AND DAD HAVE DONE? (by nogodnomasters)
A construction crew opens a vault/tomb that was sealed during the Great Plague of London. This unleashes a zombie outbreak. The film concentrates on the old folks home and the young adults who rob a bank to get the money to save the home. Brothers Terry Rasmus Hardiker and Andy Harry Treadaway head up the group. They are aided by their cousin Katy Michelle Ryan , bumbling ex-con David Jack Doolan , and Mental Mickey Ashley Thomas . Georgia King plays a hostage the guys try to pick up after they kidnap her.The film is a comedy and not a horror production as expected. It is not <more>
knee-slapping funny, but did make me laugh at some unique scenes such as drop kicking a zombie baby, attempting to kill a zombie with a metal plate in his head, a zombie gang fight, and of course the chase scene of a foot dragging zombie pursuing a man with a walker. Zombie fans just have to love it.Parental Guide: Plenty of F-bombs, no sex or nudity.
Hilarious - but has ruined The Walking Dead for me! (by minerva1961)
OMG my boys and I watched this last night and it was hilarious, totally unexpected but so freaking funny, it was pretty gory and the very first bit of gore had this old geezer grossed out but then turned into standard zombie blood fest. I thought yet another crap zombie movie but this was different, there are parts in this movie when I had tears of laughter rolling down my face - two scenes in particular had me laughing out loud...so unexpected... it's not going to win any awards except maybe comedy of the year! but it's just so funny, however if you love The Walking Dead then <more>
don't watch this because it will spoil that series forever, you will never see a zombie in the same light again! So freaking funny!The old geezers with their cursing are marvellous - grey beards rule... and how the hell did they get Honor Blackman and Richard Briers to star in this. Do go to see it, it's very very British humour and I thoroughly enjoyed it!
A gang of inexperienced East End tea leaves pull off a daring bank job, half-inching two million quid with which they hope to save an old people's home from demolition; but when a couple of berks on a nearby building site open a zombie infested 17th-century plague pit, the robbers' plan all goes a bit Pete Tong, and they find themselves battling to save the coffin dodgers' lives instead whilst avoiding being bitten in the Gregory in the process .To be honest, I thought this was going to be a load of old pony, just another in a long line of cheapo 'A vs B' horror films, <more>
but would you Adam 'n' Eve it, it's actually very entertaining, a brilliant combination of the obvious, the absurd and the surprisingly clever.Although much of the film's humour is derived from the exaggerated Cockney mannerisms of its characters Alan Ford, in particular, plays an absolute blinder as hard-as-nails grandfather Ray , there are plenty of inspired gags that don't rely so heavily on stereotypes and clichés best of all being Richard Brier's protracted Zimmer frame escape from some equally slow undead—I haven't had such a good bubble in ages! , plus some wonderfully silly moments of splat-stick in which heads are blown apart, limbs are sliced off, skulls are crushed, throats are torn out, and entrails are given a good airing. In short, it's all a damn sight better than the dodgy title suggests.8.5 out of 10, rounded up to 9 for IMDb.
It is nice to see a change of pace within British cinema, going for a newer approach with the zombie idea. I am still not totally sure what they are, but it is a pleasant change from all those god damn cockney only films that have been hitting the cinemas since probably 04. That being said, I think this movie gave out a lot of bad messages, most notably the casual crime that was committed throughout the film. There was vandalism, robbery and assault, which is not a message I want to be sending to my children, Alex and Jonah. I would propose that you rethink your marketing strategy and focus <more>
on a more suitable audience, potentially the zombies themselves. The script whilst at times humorous, sadly displays a basic lack of knowledge of the bus network. This fundamental lack of knowledge makes the film look ill advised and badly planned out. We all know that to purchase ticket you have to actually board the bus. Come on guys. We do not wish to be harsh, however it loses several marks. Probably 3. Specifically 3 thusly. Stereotypes. Blackie and Fatty. The black guy loved crime and was a little unhinged. And the fatty was moronic and at times outright clumsy. We were confused as to why these were placed in an action film. They seemed like liabilities. Totally and utterly, and we were not surprised to see Fatty and Blackie killed off so early on. Overall, this film was lacking in many areas, however the performance of Alan Ford was to be noted as solid. Out of 10 points we would probably give it 9.0, and would consider watching it again. Previously we reviewed the film A Thousand Words, and this was easily twice as good as that.
First, it's a movie about zombies and it's English, so don't go in expecting some grandiose academy award winners. What we have is a film that is meant to be watched and enjoyed. It's purpose is to entertain us with zombies, gore, and the best type of dry Brit humor one can find. A job it accomplishes rather nicely.It never takes itself seriously but doesn't go full on to cheeky parody mode either. I have to agree that like Shaun of the Dead or Tucker & DAle Vs Evil, this one has successfully blended a great comedy with a good horror flick. though I'll warn <more>
it's more about the good gore one finds rather than scares.By far the strongest actor would be Alan Ford who fills the character role of "Grandad" brilliantly as the cantankerous grandfather of the two leads and the caretaker of an old folks home. He has some of the best lines- most of which you simply don't expect or at least won't know what the heck is gonna be said next. right from the get go with opening credits you have the idea it's gonna be a fun, somewhat satirical ride and indeed it is. In all, the plot isn't that much of a stretch it's zombies but the actors and director make it work. it has a decent music score too. after viewing it may not be in some horror fan's top fav list, but it will certainly not disappoint. also if you like crass British slang you'll like this movie
Very amusing zombie comedy with just some minor issues (by 5h4d0w)
The trailer for this movie actually represents what you get very, very well. Quite a bit of gore and funny moments. In fact, I thought that I would find it less funny than I did. There is some really witty writing here.However, what already bothered me in the trailer really did not sit well with me in the movie too. Namely when the writing goes from witty to dim-witted. Mostly because of those one-liners. Although even some of the serious dialog seems just too unnatural and clichéd.Also, for my taste, there is a little bit too much cutting to a certain location where people are stuck. There <more>
is nothing going on aside from some of the pretty awful dialog I just referred to.A minor complaint, since there is still plenty of gory action going on, would be that there are some scenes in which gore spatters from off-screen where I would have preferred to see the action on-screen.In the end, it is about a fun, gory ride and "Cockneys vs Zombies" sure delivers when it comes to that. However, productions such as "Tucker and Dale vs Evil" or "Shaun of the Dead" have demonstrated that one doesn't have to rely on formulaic dialog and one-liners so heavily in order to create a fun splatter film that is actually fun.
Great British Comedy/Horror! A new cult classic? (by Michael-Hallows-Eve)
This film was both funny and bloody! If Guy Ritchie directed a zombie film this would be the result. A funny LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS type of Comedy/Horror. The plot is mostly original and the action is bloody and gory in scenes which makes this film fun to watch. It's not quite SHAUN OF THE DEAD but it's very close. There are a few familiar faces for those who have seen a lot of the great British Guy Ritchie type films. There are some great kill scenes too. I found myself watching the movie and seeing a few comparisons to the for-mentioned comedy/horror film. This will be, <more>
in my opinion, another cult classic in years to come. I give it an 8.5 out of 10.