Dead at the Box Office 2010 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
DEAD AT THE BOX OFFICE is a great indie horror comedy that doesn’t make the one mistake that all other independent horror films these days make: it never takes itself seriously.
Combining all the vital elements of a zombie flick, this one spoofs the genre and at the same time pays tribute to it.
After seeing DATBO for the first time, I walked away from it saying that if Romero, Lewis & Kaufman ever made a picture together, this is the kind of film they’d make.
Mindless zombies trapping a group of innocent bickering victims who are more dangerous to each other than the zombies are—a tribute to George A. Romero.
Campy splatter & gore, overacting, dizzy females and hilarious dialogue that would make Herschell Gordon Lewis proud.
A low budget and a far-out story where the hero is a janitor—not only does the film have all the makings of a Lloyd Kaufman epic but the man himself has a cameo in it!
If you enjoy horror-comedy & zombie flicks, check this one out!!!