Financial problems have forced Carly (Lindsey Lantz) and girlfriend Rina (Andrea Nelson) to move into a rundown motel. This has put a huge strain on their relationship and Rina, having lost her job as an attorney, is also fighting a battle with depression.
It’s hard to believe that the sequel to Zombieland, Zombieland: Double Tap has taken 10 years to come out. It’s also hard to believe that Love Horror has been going even longer than that but this is proven by the fact that we reviewed the original Zom-Com all the way back in 2009.
Written and directed by Australian Abe Forsythe Little Monsters blends Night of the Living Dead with Life is Beautiful to create a hilarious and heartfelt Zom-Com that will rip your heart out.
If I had a pound for every film that I had seen that had tried to re-imagine the zombie genre I would be… Well, a bit richer I guess. Films that claim to ‘turn a genre on its head’ are hardly the scourge of the earth, but it’s generally when horror tropes and characters are […]