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Zombie Honeymoon [2004] [DVD]

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  • Actors: Tracy Coogan, Graham Sibley, Tonya Cornelisse, David M. Wallace
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Showbox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Jun. 2007
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PY5222
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 161,393 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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In Sickness and in Health! How far will you go for true love? After pledging their undying love for one another, happy newlyweds Danny (Graham Sibley) and Denise (Tracy Coogan) head to the Jersey Shore for their honeymoon. The romantic start to their new life is cut short when Danny is attacked on the beach and Denise discovers that her new husband has become a flesh eating zombie! As he tries to contain his cannibalistic behavior for the sake of their marriage, Denise decides to stand by her man "for better or worse". But will Danny's decay eventually cause Denise to forsake her true love?

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Odie on 20 Oct. 2011
Format: DVD
Wow, just watched this and loved it! A genuinely fresh, fun and well directed movie. A young couple get hitched and are spending their honeymoon at a beachside summerhouse. This is where "mr seaweed" drags his rotting carcass out of the sea and spews up black bile all over hubby before collapsing dead. Hubby is rushed to hospital where he is pronounced dead, after some tears from the ol' trouble an strife he opens his eyes, definitely not dead and feeling hunky dory. The only difference being, his previous strict vegetarian diet is now fully out the window! He hides his strange dietary requirements from the wife for the first couple of courses but she inevitably finds out. (And we're only 10 minutes in!)

Can The new bride keep their marriage together while hubby's eating their best friends? Is the bond between them strong enough to stop him eating her? How long before his early morning vomiting rituals start to bring up vital organs?

As I am a sucker for wanton zombie madness this film was really a breath of fresh air for me, a solid script read by some very capable actors made me really empathise with the characters. For a 15 it's got plenty of limbs blood and gore and some great set pieces (especially the last fifteen minutes or so). Bright fresh colour and unpretentious camera work ensure you'll remember this gem. Also the soundtrack is pretty funky too, a real treat is waiting for you over the end credits, nice touch!

The romance in a zombie film is usually Ham fisted filler to bulk out the running time but used here as the central theme the film itself doesn't seem to let up, even when it does slow down the story still rolls along nicely. Unlike most films of the genre where you can nip to the shop for a six pack during the exposition and not miss a thing, with zombie honeymoon I couldn't leave the screen! You still reading this? Buy it!
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 Dec. 2008
Format: DVD
Sometimes "I'm sorry" just doesn't cut it; for example: "I'm sorry I cheated on you," "I'm sorry I didn't tell you about all the years I spent in prison," and of course "I'm sorry I ate your best friend." If you want to read something meaningful into the plot of Zombie Honeymoon (treating it as an allegory of someone having to deal with a spouse's deadly drug addiction or something), go right ahead - as for me, I saw little here beyond a gory cheesefest. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but I would argue that Zombie Honeymoon eventually turns into a tedious, long drawn out affair well before the end credits finally roll. The romance angle just doesn't work when one of the two lovebirds is spurting blood like a geyser and eating friends as well as strangers. If I'm not mistaken, though, this is the only film featuring a zombie criticizing someone for smoking.

Danny (Graham Sibley) and Denise (Tracy Coogan) are newlyweds beginning a month-long honeymoon somewhere on the Jersey shore. They're having a grand old time until some wretched-looking stranger crawls up out of the ocean and pukes a bucketful of blood and guts all over Danny's face. Denise's worst nightmare comes true when Danny dies from the attack. 10 minutes later, though, her greatest wish comes true when Danny suddenly wakes up and says he's fine. They do the thing that newlyweds do, and they even make spontaneously momentous plans for the future, so everything must be fine and dandy, right? That's what Denise thinks until she comes home from shopping the next day to find her husband covered in the blood of the man he is eating. For pretty much every person on Earth, this would pretty much be the end of the marriage - but we're talking about a woman who wore a gaudy red wedding dress.
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Format: DVD
This film is actually not bad at all. So many times, new takes on the zombie genre are a total washout in practice, but as this film testifies, there are exceptions.

Take a standard romantic setting - in this case the Honeymoon holiday of a very much in love couple - add a zombie attack where the new husband is infected and you have a very interesting variant on the scene. As he starts to change, she sticks by him, and helps him through it (They are, after all, newlyweds and she loves him deeply).

Later, as he attacks both of their best friends and kills them, she becomes less enamoured with him, although she still helps him.

Eventually he deteriorates so much that he attacks her, and she really has to fight for her life. She should probably have watched a few of the other movies in this genre, so that she would have known that rarely do people survive outbreaks of Undead, and then she probably would have thouight twice about sticking with him after he had been infected (By the original zombie of this story vomiting over his face!)

Worth getting, especially if you don't mind the slow pace for the first half hour as the infection slowly makes itself evident. But the kills are pretty graphic, and the action section is quite effective.

Good story. Well acted and convincingly scripted. Soundtrack not overpowering, as can sometimes be the case with lower budget productions.
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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 8 April 2010
Format: DVD
This is a made for tv movie and that cant be denied, it looks cheap , is handled and made badly and doesnt really work on any level. Its a shame because it looked solid enough when i read about it, i was tricked , make sure you dont get your wallet stuck in the trap.
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