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Doomsday County

USA 2010
produced by
Steven Shea for Abyssmal Entertainment, 316 Productions
directed by Art Brainard (segment Vampire Academy), Shawn Haran (segment Xenombies), Joe Badiali (segment The Curse of Dr Mongoo), Steven Shea (segment Betty Beretta)
starring Tara Lightfoot, Paul Alessi, Mike Santi, Paul Petrus, John Archer Lundgren, Lauren Ousley, Leslie Ousley, Keenan McClelland, Adam Lopez, Shawn Snyder, Mark Hlavin, Jason Liquori, Justin Wiggins, Robert Reider, Amanda Dennis, Ryan Singleton, Kelli Connolly, Devin Cooper, Gina Rivera, Derek Angell, Bob Johansen, Gabriel Tyner, Amber Freeman, Joel D. Wynkoop, Summer Collins, Ronald Graham, Michael Coppola, Al Aki, Christina Daoust
written by Art Brainard (segment Vampire Academy), Shawn Haran (segment Xenombies), Joe Badiali (segment The Curse of Dr Mongoo), Steven Shea & Jason Hawkins (segment Betty Beretta), music by Robert Reider

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Four loosely connected tales all set in Doomsday County:

  • Vampire Academy: A bunch of beer-guzzling bored students (you know the kind) invite the pizza guy into their room - to suck him dry, because they are vampires.
  • Xenombie: It's lightning class at film school, and one of the students drops a highly toxic Xenon lightbulb, which emits some kind of gas turning students into zombies. Thank god for film theory professor Eddie Tapia (Paul Petrus) then ...
  • The Curse Of Dr Mongoo: When cops Chops (Paul Alessi) and Montgomery (Mike Santi) have to shoot a guy in a barroom brawl and his body decomposes way too quickly, they know evil Dr Mongoo (John Archer Lundgren) has to be somehow involved. But they don't know what they have gotten themselves into (hint: more zombies) ...
  • Betty Beretta: Betty Beretta (Tara Lightfoot), punk musician and gouvernment agent when it comes to alien invasions, is called in to prevent an alien invasion. But while she's busy preventing it, Dr Mongoo is busy wiping out her organisation's headquarters, and when she wants to go against him, he proves to much for her to handle on her own. Thank God the heroes of the previous stories happen to stop by, Eddie Tapia, Chops and Montgomery, and yes, even the vampire students.

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Doomsday County is far from being the perfect anthology, as the four stories at hand differ too much in style while all seemingly fishing in the same narrative pond, so while some of the segments are genuinely funny, others take themselves seriously in all the wrong places, and by and large, the humour is very uneven, too.

That said, tieing up the four stories in the end is at least a fun idea and amusingly executed, Tara Lightfoot is the cutest tough-as-nails chick in quite a while, and a good balance between humour and gore should at least make this a good party movie - so do watch it with beer and friends!!!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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