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Oasis of the Zombies [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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The film is just awful, but somehow entertaining too. Completely illogical and silly, but it takes you back to the good old days of 80s horror!
Jess Franco's foray into the zombie movie is not a pleasant one, in truth its a painfully slow, non-starter. Let's start with the positives, it's only 82mins long (although that's still 80mins too long), the desert scenery looks great and the war scenes actually look quite good, so much so that they fell like they were filmed for another film. As with Franco there are the usual problems, horrific acting & dubbing, the make up effects are about as convincing as a £3 note, the plot makes about as much sense as Gary Busey on a good day and the soundtrack is sleep inducing, but the deathly pace but is the real killer. We get a totally redundant murder scene at the beginning of the picture as the perpetrator is killed off not 25mins later, the combat scenes (we see in a flashback) are really just padding, it just seemed Franco needed something to pad out the treasure hunting stuff and in context seems a little out of place. The film then grinds on & on with very little zombie action until the last 15-20mins, the first attack is at about the half hour mark, but it takes what seems like an eternity for the next with only completely uninteresting dialogue to hold you, by the time the zombies gather & rise from there grave's most will have lost the will to live.
How this became a Section 3 nasty is a mystery, there a couple of quite mild chowing sequences, neither are bloody or strong, maybe the police fell asleep, had a nightmare and thought it was from the film, its a possibility, well maybe.Read more ›
All that, and its cropped 4:3, not even pan and scan, but center cropped.
I often wonder what happened to that tape and if anyone ever found it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a Jess Franco movie so it's never going to be Dawn of the Dead or Zombie Flesh Eaters, but personally I have a spot for it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Just bad a good idea done badley had this when I was a kid just stay away from it like a bad smell and don't let courroaty get the better if you won't dead Nazis get out post... Read morePublished on 13 Dec. 2014 by paulholt
I considered the film to be okay within the constraints of its budget, a typical Jess Franco effort, mildly entertaining.Published on 28 Feb. 2014 by K. Bromley
This film review is brought to you courtesy of random references to Oasis songs.
This is a film from 1982 and made on a VERY limited budget. Read more