Year Released: 2008
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 82 minutes
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Never has “fury” been deader. This horror parody is shamelessly cartoonish, as it uses animation akin to old-school Nintendo. No lie: the characters’ feet move at twice the speed of their bodies, which have about, oh, three poses. (Classic Super Mario has a better stride.) I know you classic gamers are out there – the burning desire is all over the exciting doc, “King of Kong.” But horror fans will be speechless at this audience-insulting wreck.
Yeah, there’s something resembling a story here. A family with the class of a Rob Zombie cast goes for a hunt in the woods. They reach familiar genre territory when encountering a zombie curse that claims human bodies one by one. Those who treat Fangoria as a pinup mag will smile at the demonic/punk zombies conceived by director/animator Frank Sudol (a.k.a. FSudol). But these fans will scratch their heads when seeing the zombie curse float as a ball of light, like Tinkerbell. Oh yeah, it’s misogynist, too, having it’s female character speak with a chipmunk’s squeak. Then again, all the characters are flat and move like cardboard across the screen. Parker and Stone are innovators, but should never be an inspiration.
Posted on April 16, 2008 in Reviews by Matthew Sorrento
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