Deadheads

2011

Adventure / Comedy / Horror / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 45% · 250 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.3/10 10 5549 5.5K

Director

Top cast

Eden Malyn as Emily
Natalie Victoria as Ellie Masterson
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
838.34 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
25 fps
1 hr 31 min
Seeds 15
1.68 GB
1920*1080
English 5.1
NR
25 fps
1 hr 31 min
Seeds 19

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Daath 5 / 10

Average comedy, not good, but not too bad

I had to write a short review of this. Some of the top reviews of this movie is obviously made by someone affiliated with the movie in some way.

The movie is mildly entertaining. The plot is the main guy that wants to declare his love for his old girlfriend. The side-story is about an old guy who wants to spread his dead wife's ashes by some shore or other. The side-plot isn't executed very successfully. The acting is OK, although the side-kick gets to be annoying.

I was hoping for a few laughs, but I didn't laugh once in the course of this movie. It was a bit funny at times. So I smiled, and that's it.

If you have nothing else to do, or if you REALLY like zombie-themed movies by all means see it. You're not gonna walk away very satisfied though.

I managed to sit though it's entirety. I'm starting to think that I should have spent it sleeping instead.

Goodnight!

Reviewed by trashgang 5 / 10

I had a few laughs

I can understand that people really liked this zombedy. But it is just a few weeks ago that I saw two other US comedies namely, Vampires Su*k and Tucker and Dale vs Evil. It was very simple, Vampire Su*k was indeed a big su*k but Tucker was hilarious. Why, because it had stupid situations and misunderstandings. People who knew me know that I'm not into Us comedies except a few like Tucker. Sadly Deadheads failed for me.

I had a few laughs, for example the gym with the zombie they called Cheese. that was funny, but ripping off an arm and putting it back on place to move further isn't funny anymore. On the other hand there are a few good things too, I was looking forward for McDinkle (Benjamin Webster). He's the kind of guy you all know, I had a few laughs with him but the main characters weren't convincing. It isn't all comedy, in fact, it's a love story between a guy being killed and turned into a zombie going to find his love. But they never got into stupid situations. On the gory part there is more to see, there are a few good things to see like the decapitation.

My mouth moved a few times but not enough to call it great. With Tucker for example I was laughing out loud. I'm sure that it will have his fans but this time I didn't dig it, sorry.

Gore 2/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 2/5

Reviewed by krachtm 5 / 10

Somewhat tolerable, for a low budget zombie movie

The plot: two zombies go on a road-trip and try to find one's ex-girlfriend to profess his love.

This is a pretty stupid ripoff of Shaun of the Dead, but, unfortunately for me, I've seen much worse. As far as low budget, independent zombie movies go, this is actually one of the more tolerable entries. That's not saying much when your competition is The Dead Hate The Living and Dance of the Dead. Still, there were appealing aspects to it, and it had some degree of charm, I guess. I'm a bit tired of self-aware hipster nerds in zombie comedies, though. Especially when there's a romantic subplot.

If you like movies that are basically just a couple of goofy nerds spouting off pop culture references and movie quotes, then I'm sure you'll find this amusing. Otherwise, I'd advise that you skip it. Instead, just watch Shaun of the Dead again.

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