On the night of the big High-School Prom, the dead rise to eat the living, and the only people who can stop them are the losers who couldn't get dates to the dance.
Zombies Films are about as cliché as Teen Comedies when it comes to an over saturated marketplace. But, what would happen if you put the pair in a blender and hit puree. Dance of the Dead is the ultimate answer to that question—a film that is equal parts AMERICAN PIE and RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD with some CEMETARY MAN and BACK TO THE FUTURE thrown in for good measure.
Fast Zombies? Slow Zombies? How about zombies that burst out of their graves in a cloud of torn earth and hit the ground running in a frenzy of fury? That’s how it happens here and it’s also how I would describe Director Gregg Bishop’s horror hybrid DANCE OF THE DEAD. It explodes like a shotgun blast of pure teen comedy and devastates everything in its path with a battery of torn off limbs, bashed in brains, severed spinal cords and a night at the prom that makes CARRIE look like PRETTY IN PINK.
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