All Norma(Nichole Hiltz) wants is to meet a nice man and escape from the trailer park she's living in. She meets such a man, but the other occupants of the trailer park are offended that she's going to leave her roots. There is a fight, Norma's fiancee is impaled on railings, and Norma swears vengeance. After meeting a stranger on the road, she returns to the trailer park, gun in hand and kills everybody. She then dies after blowing up her own trailer.
Fast forward 20 years, and Pastor Lewis and his group of young sinners, on their way back from God camp, get lost in a storm. They find themselves at the entrance to a trailer park, and their hostess with the mostest is dear Norma, looking delectable in a skimpy red dress. The Pastor is especially excited by her 'beauty'. However, appearances can be deceptive....
This is great, ghoulish fun. It revels in the gory mayhem it provides the viewer with, and the best thing to do is come along for the ride. It does doff its cap to Herschell Gordon Lewis(especially Two Thousand Maniacs) on a couple of occasions, but is inventive enough in its own right to succeed. The actors all do a pretty good job(some hidden under latex masks for the majority of the film), but top marks must go Nichole Hiltz who is absolutely brilliant as both the living and the living dead Norma.
I will have to plead ignorance, and admit to not having read the comic books this film is based on. I'll leave that to more knowledgeable reviewers. What I can say for sure, is that is a great little horror, gory, tounge in cheek and a really enjoyable watch. 4 out of 5
P.s- Just wait till you see the 'happy ending' at the Asian Spa!
P.s#2- Theres a great 'behind the scenes' look at the film as part of the extras, with many of the cast interviewed in their great zombie make up