Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

2015

Action / Comedy / Horror

Synopsis


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Cast

Halston Sage as Kendall Grant
Sarah Dumont as Denise Russo
Tye Sheridan as Ben Goudy
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665.07 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
P/S 8 / 49
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English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
P/S 7 / 41

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by The Snooty Ushers 7 / 10

A Cult Classic for a New Generation

Simply put, this is a future cult film for a new generation. The zombie sub-genre is one that is so incredibly saturated that it can be hard to find a decent new film as we have to wade through tons of sewage to find anything with some value. Thankfully, after a fair bit of digging, we have one with Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. It's a film that will appeal to the new generations of horror fans who were born into this nutty zombie infested pop culture, and it should also resonate with the well travelled horror fans who grew up on a diet of Evil Dead and Re-Animator. It's not going to be a mainstream success, and it's not going to appeal to everybody but Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse is a blast of fun from start to finish.

It's clear from the opening scene of the film that aims to be a bucket of bloody fun. As a foolish janitor messes around with some laboratory equipment and comes across a strange looking comatose patient, he accidentally causes the them to flat-line and awkwardly tries provide CPR. His efforts are clearly in vain as he pushes his hands through the patients chest and wakes up the living dead, thus causing the zombie outbreak.

The comedy in the film ranges from hilarious mutilation of corpses, wacky animal zombies to plain stupidity, but it is none the less entertaining every step of the way. Highlights include a scene involving a trampoline, which had my body cringing in disgust and almost laughing hysterically at the same time, and a surreal rendition of a classic Britney Spears song. The climax owes a lot to the gaming franchise Dead Rising as the boys use the scout skills to craft hand- built weapons from a hardware store for maximum zombie killing impact.

Despite the zombies being a primary part of the proceedings, it would have been a shell of a film had it not had the central friendship between the characters of Ben, Carter, and Augie. We can all relate to a group of friends on an adventure, and their dynamic has shades of 80s classics like The Goonies and Stand By Me. It isn't drawing on anything new but it doesn't pretend to either as it feels like a hokey sentimental tribute to cult favourites such as The Monster Squad. The 80s are very much beating in the lively heart of this horror.

I'm a horror fan through and through, and the genre needs feel good films like this, equal parts gore and laughs with a splat of gratuitous nudity for good measure. At the end of the day isn't that what fun horrors are all about?

Reviewed by zif ofoz 10 / 10

L m a o !

I laughed my ass off while watching this movie. I had no expectations to what I was about to experience and I'm so glad because I did enjoy it. The last crazy zombie movie I watched was 'Cooties' which is truly an off-the-wall delight and 'Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse' is right up there with it. Good show!

The synopsis states three scouts attempt to save their town from a zombie outbreak. But that's really not the plot. Their motive is to save their fellow classmates and one of the scouts sister at a rave party to which the three scouts were not invited. The scouts were given an erroneous address and they must find the real address before the zombie get to the rave first. What they go through to get the address is a laugh riot of grotesque zombie horror that is funny and goofy and perfectly timed.

Casting, acting, dialog are spot on with the spirit of the movie! Light hearted crazy zombie fun done to perfection!

Reviewed by milosprole9 10 / 10

A Hilarious New Horror-Comedy Movie !

I just finished watching it now, and I enjoyed every minute and laughed the whole movie. "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" is a brilliant zombie horror-comedy I've seen. It had much fun to watch!

I found many parts that made me laugh. The characters are interesting. The idea was just genius! They did a great jobs for the special effects and makeup.

I easily give it 10 out 10. I'll strongly recommend this movie to everyone, it might be one of the best horror movie of 2015s. If you are a fan of "Zombieland" or/and "Shaun of the Dead", maybe you'll definitely love this!

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