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Fast Zombies with Guns

USA 2009
produced by
Ken Svitak, Nick Green, Chris Malec, Keisha Malec, Abe J. Goldsmith (executive), Charles Ramsey (executive), Bennie Woodell (executive) for Jiang Hu Productions, Aim for the Head Productions
directed by Bennie Woodell
starring Leena Kurishingal, Tony Swansey, Will Cummings III, Dennis Doornbos, Ken Svitak, Elizabeth Tannehill, Kayla Malec, Nicole Frier, James Hauser, Charles Ramsey, Chad Meyer, Sofiya Smirnova, David Hamilton, Curt Mummer, Lorrie Ferguson, Scott Roberts, Rosie Chico, Bob Hauser, Ben Woodell, Sam Locke, Vita Gold, Debbie York, Bennie Woodell, Jessica Lynne Smith, Brian Leuth
written by Bennie Woodell, music by Andy Pruiski, special effects by Ken Svitak

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Gangster Varlo (Charles Ramsey) wants to get rid of a witness to his wrongdoings (Chad Meyer) via a newly developed drug that will make his death look natural - thing is, the drug doesn't, it turns the man into a flesh-eating zombie, but what's worse, a zombie who can run and use guns. Ignorant to all that fact, Varlo later returns to the man's house to fetch some evidence - and is served his just desserts.

Jake (Tony Swansey), a hitman in Varlo's employ, and his air-headed girlfriend Laura (Leena Kurishingal), pass through Varlo's village when their car breaks down ... and suddenly they find themselves surrounded by fast zombies with guns. Eventually, they find temporary shelter with Will (Will Cummings III), a local who seems to at least have some sort of a plan how to get out of it all, and who has collected quite a few people to tag along.

In a big shoot-out at the end though, everyone dies.


Fast Zombies with Guns - now this sounds like two things rolled into one: a) a great premise for a film, b) a premise that will have lost its appeal after about 10 minutes tops. Watching the film leads one to suspect that director Bennie Woodell was aware of both these facts, so after having exploited his premise for all that it's good, he throws some interesting characters into the mix, creates a few subplots and tries to tell an original story within the genre confines (not very successfully though). Plus, Woodell really knows how to shoot shoot-outs in an engaging and inventive way. And he has a good cast at hand, with especially Leena Kurishingal, Will Cummings III and Charles Ramsey giving great performances.

All of this does not make a genre masterpiece, nor a film that's as over-the-top as its title, but it's decent genre entertainment done on an obviously very low budget, and sometimes this is all someone like me asks for.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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