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Actors: Billy Garberina, Adam Jarmon Brown, Mark Chavez, Brandy Bluejacket, Gene Grant
Director: Billy Garberina;Richard Griffin
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Jack and Alex are saving the world one paycheck at a time in this blood-soaked splatstick horror film Fangoria calls highly entertaining — Fired from their jobs as video store clerks, two Slackers must wage war on the livin... more »
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The Gem Needs Polishing But Still... Bravo.
Brian Lueth | Chicago, IL United States | 09/18/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Necroville is a blast, folks! I really wasn't expecting to be entertained so darn thoroughly but here I am, about to give it a glowing review. Forget the low budget, forget the stiff amateurish acting, Necroville is a wild little indie horror flick that successfully combines elements of Clerks, Ghostbusters and Shaun of the Dead without blatantly stealing from any of them. It's different, funny and moves along at a decent clip.
As I stated above, the acting is rough, at times it's downright horrible but you just have to get over it when it comes to indie horror because many times these films barely have enough to pay for bagels to feed the crew. You get what you get and surprisingly that's more than I'd originally anticipated from this film.
The gore is darn good, super cheesy but darn good, especially during a specific sequence involving the most original method of killing a vampire I've ever laid eyes on. Good stuff, goofy stuff. It's not meant to be taken seriously and there are some parts that are downright groan-worthy but I found myself laughing harder than I groaned.
Outside of adult and home videos, horror is just about the easiest genre of film to break into these days, any old drunken fratbag can make a horror flick so long as they've got a few grand and friends willing to crack flatulation jokes. The large majority of what's out there is just plain bad and I've been saying for years now that there's simply no excuse for that, making a good horror film starts with a solid idea and decent script, neither of which most horror "filmmakers" invest much time in. Necroville never gets bogged down by budget or potty humor, its good clean fun with a few raunchy winks and honest-to-goodness comedy. Bring on the sequel!"