Gangsters, Guns and Zombies

I have a soft spot for low budget films, especially those with zombies. It’s one of the many reasons that I love Netflix so much, which is where I found this a couple of nights ago. Don’t even bother. £1,200 budget, and the biggest name was Clint from Eastenders.

The film literally consists of alternations between the following types of scene:
1) Pseudo-gangsters in a van with some forced dialog, taking pauses between each line. Not sure if that was for dramatic effect or just the actors trying to remember what they were supposed to say.
2) Camera flicks to the road as we watch the van drive past, some zombies eat someone completely irrelevant to the storyline.

Rinse and repeat.

They do throw in a third type of scene later on, albeit one very similar to the first: the most forced love interest I’ve ever seen. Girl points gun at guy, they exchange a couple of sentences (again with dramatic pauses) and then fall in love.

As the film goes on, the “actors” (and I use this term loosely) they introduce to the “plot” (again, loosely) just get worse and worse. The character known only as “Grandma” is quite possibly the worst “actress” (loosely) I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen Birdemic.