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Fido

Fido


OVERALL SCORE

4.0118 Stars

BEST ZOMBIE KILL:

Not many, as this isn't a gore/horror flick, but a zombie gets pummled by a classic 50's car.


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Fido is a Canadian comedy about Zombies. In this film, which takes place in the 1950's, Zombies have broken out and most of the world has been taken over. There are towns, however, that have safety fences built around them, so life goes on as usual. In the movie Fido, ZomCon was found a way to domesticate Zombies using a collar... so now families can have Zombie butlers!

This is a very funny film for those who get the subtle style of humor. People who are afraid of Zombies get laughed at, children learn how to shoot Zombies in school, old people are something to be feared as they will be the walking dead once they pass.

"Help, grandpa's fallen and he's getting up!"

This is not meant to be a scary or gore filled flick. It is an interesting look at what the world might look like if we all had Zombie butlers and maids. If the milk was delivered by a corpse, if the man next door was in love with his Zombie... definatly a great flick for those who like to laugh and for those who like Zombies!

Carrie-Anne Moss does a great job playing a stereotype 50's mother who's only worry is what the neighbors might think about everything and everyone. Billy Connolly's portrayal of the Zombie 'Fido', the families new Zombie slave, is simply awesome. A very convincing portrayal by all of the actors in this movie.


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