Written February 02, 2013
So I have to be honest, I walked out of the theatre amused but not impressed with anything. As other's have said the best way to describe this film is "cute". Typical fantasy character male (this time a zombie instead of a vampire or werewolf) falls for female human (played by a strong, can shoot-while-running blonde). The typical story continues where their relationships turns the entire rest of the "world" upside down and they have to deal with the consequences. Typical story line, over used plot. But unique idea because its a zombie instead of a vampire. Go for the few laughs, the music, and the reasonable acting, but not for a plot that gives you any twists or whiplash.
Written September 01, 2015
Went to the premiere last night, and I was pleasantly surprised. It was still a zombie film with some definite gory action going on, but it was witty, funny, and unique. I would highly recommend.
Written June 01, 2016
The movie premise was different and funny to begin with which made me want to go see it. It was funny, not quite as funny as I thought it would be but, I definitely enjoyed it. The inner monologue from Nicholas Hoult is the best part and of course the one liners by Rob Corddry who is always hilarious. Definitely worth seeing!
Written July 29, 2015
This movie is based on a short story called "I Am a Zombie Filled With Love," which is one of my favorites. The story has a humor and tenderness that the movie stays true to. It's a funny movie. It's romantic. It's sweet. And it's gross. It's the zombie movie I've seen in a long time.
Read the short story here: [BLOCKED WEBSITE]
Written August 04, 2015
I was surprised that it was so cute. My daughter, best friend, and I went together. It was too short. Very sweet movie. I enjoyed the take on zombies.