I Survived a Zombie Holocaust

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"Shoot, Cut, Stay Alive"
  • NR
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 40 min
  • 5.0  (1,250)

In the horror-comedy film, "I Survived a Zombie Holocaust," viewers are introduced to Wesley Pennington (played by Harley Neville), a young and ambitious film production assistant who lands his dream job working on a zombie movie set in the remote wilderness of New Zealand. As Wesley eagerly prepares for his new role, he quickly realizes that nothing goes according to plan and that the production is plagued by numerous challenges.

From the very start, Wesley finds himself at odds with the film's arrogant director, Smyth (played by Reanin Johannink), who continuously dismisses Wesley's creative ideas and belittles him at every turn. To make matters worse, Wesley soon discovers that the rest of the crew is equally unprofessional and unprepared, making it difficult to get any real work done.

But things truly take a turn for the worse when one of the crew members is bitten by a real-life, flesh-eating zombie. Despite Wesley's attempts to warn the others of the danger, no one takes him seriously, and it isn't long before the production becomes overrun by an army of undead creatures.

With the rest of the crew either turned into zombies or devoured by them, Wesley must rely on his wits and resourcefulness to survive the nightmare. Along the way, he teams up with a plucky makeup artist named Jessica (Jocelyn Christian) and a geeky sound guy named Dave (Ben Baker), both of whom also managed to survive the initial onslaught of the zombie apocalypse.

Together, the trio must navigate their way through a hostile and completely unfamiliar environment, battling zombies at every turn while also trying to stay alive and sane. Along the way, they encounter a variety of memorable characters, including an eccentric survivalist and a group of survivors holed up in a nearby cabin.

"I Survived a Zombie Holocaust" is a fun and irreverent take on the classic zombie genre, filled with witty one-liners, over-the-top gore, and plenty of nods to other films of the same ilk. The film does an excellent job of poking fun at the tropes and cliches that have become synonymous with zombie movies, while still managing to deliver suspenseful and genuinely scary moments.

What truly sets "I Survived a Zombie Holocaust" apart from other zombie movies, however, is its unique blend of humor and heart. At its core, the film is really about the relationships that form between its three core characters, and how they learn to rely on each other in the face of overwhelming odds. It's a testament to the film's strong writing and the performances of its lead actors that viewers can't help but become emotionally invested in their journey.

Overall, "I Survived a Zombie Holocaust" is a highly entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable movie that will satisfy zombie fans and casual horror viewers alike. With its clever script, strong character development, and expertly crafted scares, it's a movie that is well worth seeking out.

I Survived a Zombie Holocaust is a 2014 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.0.

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    5.0  (1,250)