Aziz has a problem. See, he’s finally got Tess, the hottest girl in his office interested in him, but thanks to his annoying brother Mo calling him all the time, his boss fires him, costing him his chance to be around her.
Dejected and sad, he packs up his things and goes to a party at a palatial estate that his brother was nagging him to come to. While there, he and his brother run into trouble with the estate owner and get in a fight with his bodyguards (or whatever they were supposed to be), Jeffrey and Nolan and the four end up getting thrown in jail together. That’s when all hell breaks loose. A Russian satellite falls to Earth and crashes right into the top of the building that Aziz used to work in, causing a brief power outage that allows them to escape from their cells. When they go upstairs, not only do they find the police station abandoned except for one very beautiful cop named Kim, but Aziz has eighteen messages on his cell phone from Tess, begging him to come and rescue her from the building because there are zombies all over the place. It seems that the satellite was carrying something that turned the dead into zombies, and now as the zombie infestation spreads throughout the city, Aziz goes on a mission to rescue the girl he thinks he loves, and drags his new friends along for the ride. The problem? The building they need to get to is all the way across town with a whole horde of zombies in their way, and on top of that, no one’s all that thrilled about rescuing a girl that he barely knows in the first place.
I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this film. It’s a Dutch zombie comedy, which makes it one of the more unusual entries on the list of things that I’ve received to review. I have to say, not only was I pleasantly surprised, but I had a really great time watching it.
Apparently the film has several well known celebrities from the Netherlands that most people outside of the Netherlands likely won’t recognize, but apparently if you’re from there, it was pretty entertaining to see them. Obviously, since I’m from the U.S., I wasn’t able to spot them, but I could sort of tell when they were showing one. Especially in one particular scene where Mo and Jeffrey got into a limo and were going to drive off in it, only to find out that it still had someone in the back, who was probably a famous rapper over there. Unfortunately Mo accidentally shoots him in the neck with a crossbow and the guy turns into a zombie, so they sort of had to abandon the whole limo plan.
Hands down the best part of this movie are Nolan and Jeffrey and their contentious interactions with Aziz’s obnoxious brother Mo. Just that alone makes the film worth watching, but then you throw in some great looking zombies, lots of comedy and the absolutely gorgeous Gigi Ravelli as the cop who becomes enamored with Aziz, and you’re in for one hell of a fun ride.
With some great acting, lots of fun comedy and a fast paced story that flows really well, Kill Zombie! is a wonderful surprise that you’re definitely going to want to add to your collection.
If you’d like to find out more about this film, you can check out its page on the Well Go USA website here.