Welcome to the small town stuck in the 1950’s called Willard. When Earth went through a nasty dusts’ cloud the dead came back to life and decided to eat the living (as in any good zombies movies). And they did until a collar was invented that made them as good as any doggy out there.
They deliver mails, milk, dust, clean etc… different, yes. This movie is really different.
So when a young boy that doesn’t mix with the outside world is given a zombie as pet, a strange friendship starts between the two but, as there is always a but in those indie movies, the collar starts to malfunction and the pet zombie nicknamed Fido decides to eat the neighbor…
I found it to be entertaining: gore, smiles, laughs and even real zombies (I mean in the zombie tradition) are presents, giving some for everyone.
I will not spoil it by telling too much but if you can get a chance to watch this one I am pretty sure that you will find an aspect of it that you will enjoy. Whoever you are.
David Kaye … Narrator (voice)
Jan Skorzewski … Eating Zombie
Kevin Tyell … Zombie’s Victim
Andy Parkin … Dr. Hrothgar Geiger
Lynn Pendleton … 1940’s Mother
Gary Slater … Father Zombie
Directed By … Andrew Currie