The Coed and the Zombie Stoner


Action / Comedy / Horror


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Mindy Robinson as Nurse Escandalo
Christine Nguyen as Librarian
Megan Albertus as Background
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gavin6942 4 / 10

Had Potential, Dropped the Ball

When a nerdy sorority girl (Catherine Annette) falls in love with a zombie, it is only a matter of time before a zombie apocalypse is unleashed on campus. The sorority girl discovers that weed is the cure--now she must smoke out the entire school before it is too late.

With a title like this, and coming from the Asylum, my expectations were decidedly low. And yet, they still managed to make an even worse movie than should have been possible. There is more nudity than plot, and the biggest fail is that the film just runs too long. It goes and goes and could have ended a few times but decided to drag on anyway.

You cut ten minutes, maybe fifteen, from this picture, and you have a pretty funny movie. There were lots of great laughs, so it is not a complete failure. But when the boredom starts outweighing the humor, there is no saving it.

Reviewed by ben S 2 / 10

I made it 36 minutes into the flick and had to turn it off.

Honestly though, if you like semi-funny sight gags and disinterested actors portraying zombies and teenage whores and stereotypical portrayals of nerds, pot head burnouts, space travel, scientific rhetoric, sororities, fraternities, and college life in general...then this film may interest you.

Do you like fake blood lots of gratuitous naked girls 18-23... Then this is the flick for you.

Do you want to wonder if something may be seriously wrong with movie studios who make films of this caliber...

This could be the film you want to watch.

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 4 / 10

Below average zombie comedy...

Anything zombie and I am there. And this particular movie wasn't really all that great. But by The Asylum's usual standards, then it was actually a step up the ladder.

"The Coed and the Zombie Stoner" seemed to borrow a little bit too much from "Warm Bodies", whether intentional or by random sheer luck, I have no idea. But it was also mixed in with some fairly average standard teenage college comedy. The end result, well it could have been better. And speaking of borrowing things, then the whole '28 days earlier' segment was actually one of the brighter moments in the movie, as it was a clear spoof on "28 Days Later".

The storyline was adequate, but just don't expect the movie to challenge your intellect in any possible way. This is the type of movie you just sit back and switch off your brain to while watching.

One of the flaws of the movie were the cast and their acting. It wasn't particularly great in any way, nor was it particularly convincing most of the time. And that made the movie suffer a terrible blow.

For zombie aficionados, then there is very little good stuff to find here. The zombies are mere people with basic make-up added, don't expect decayed shambling corpses or corpses with missing limbs, you will just be sorely disappointed.

There was a little bit of gore throughout the movie, and it was used in a good enough way for a comedy such as this. And while speaking of comedy, then there were awfully few times throughout the movie that I was laughing, or even just smiling for that matter.

While "The Coed and the Zombie Stoner" is hardly a noteworthy addition to the collection of any zombie fan, do take note that there are far worse and less entertaining zombie movies on the market that actually try to pass as proper zombie movies in the horror/action genre. "The Coed and the Zombie Stoner" is the type of movie that you watch one, and never make a return trip to.

And do take notice that there is a fair amount of unnecessary nudity throughout the movie. So if you are offended by such, consider this a friendly heads up warning.

"The Coed and the Zombie Stoner" scores a mere 4 out of 10 stars from me.

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