Reviewed on 9/10/2013...
The Asylum's bite (pun not intended) off of "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" takes the Great Emancipator on a secret mission behind Confederate lines during the last days of the Civil War, only to find the enemy's fort overrun with the living dead. Notable figures such as General Stonewall Jackson, John Wilkes Booth, Teddy Roosevelt, and Pat Garrett join Honest Abe in the battle against the zombie uprising.
Historically accurate? Of course not. Funny as hell? You betcha.
Yeah, it's ridiculous, but y'know what? As Asylum movies go, this one actually isn't half bad. The dude playing Lincoln resists the urge to go campy and just plays it straight and stoic, and the period details certainly look old-timey enough. This may actually be The Asylum's most accomplished production yet. Of course, that's not saying much... but if you've already seen "Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter" and you can't get enough of seeing our 16th president slaying supernatural beasts, this is a decent time waster.
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