30. Night of the Living Deb (2015)

As we limp across the finish line, I give you a fluffy little piece of cotton candy. Night of the Living Deb is written in the style of Shaun of the Dead, but from the woman’s perspective — sort of a zombie chick flick. The story centers around cute but socially inept Deb who goes home from the bar one night with the hottest guy in their town of Portland, Maine. After an uncomfortable wake-up (well, for the guy), things take a turn for the living dead.

There’s no more here than that. Basically, if you find Maria Thayer, who plays Deb, cute and funny, then you’ll probably like this movie. If you don’t, well, there’s not much more there. So, if its a cold, rainy Sunday, grab you best girl or boy and settle in for some mindless fun.

Let’s not try to make more of this than it is.

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1 Response to 30. Night of the Living Deb (2015)

  1. JDieFledermaus says:

    Let’s get the obvious comparison out of the way – while similar in tone, this was in no way as good as Shaun of the Dead.

    That said, Night of the Living Deb was surprisingly enjoyable. Teetering between endearing and grating, Maria Thayer turned in a great performance as the protagonist. The humor was mostly good, the writing and acting decent. This was a fun little story that, while it may not win any awards, is certainly worth checking out.

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