Corpses Are Forever (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
CORPSES ARE FOREVER wasn’t so disastrously bad as everybody says it is. So what if our obviously faked kung fu hero doesn’t look like fit enough to be doing those spinkicks? The plot starts out as a sort of film-noir David Lynch-esque style film meets cheesy zombie fare. Sure, it eventually falls down into muddled stupidity, but whatever it does that so near the end of the film that it doesn’t absolutely kill it all and make you angry.
There’s no major zombie action, they’re more of a setpiece to spinkick, but the story itself is a nice little mystery which as ridiculous as it gets is still okay.
If you’re used to movies having higher budgets or being more tongue-in-cheek to hide its flaws, then you won’t like this movie. But if you’re used to the lowest of the low, you’ll realize this one isn’t so bad really, especially in comparison with a lot of other movies out there.
It’s no classic in any way, but I still enjoyed seeing it, and that’s all I really need in a movie.
About Corpses Are Forever (2005)
Starring: Richard Lynch
Runtime: 92 minutes