Dead Meat (2004)
The Emerald Isle becomes home to a pack of flesh-eating denizens of the living dead in this darkly comic horror tale. Martin (David Ryan) and Helena (Marian Araujo) are vacationing in the Irish countryside when they accidentally hit a man with their car. Hoping to take the unconscious victim to the doctor, they put him in the back seat, but a few minutes later they discover what they hit was actually a zombie, and the ghoul attacks Martin while he's at the wheel. Helena manages to get away, but with a band of zombies slowly overtaking the town, she is forced to team up with a local farmer in hopes of fighting off the gang of flesh-eating beasts. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi … More
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Critic Reviews for Dead Meat
O conceito dos zumbis originados de uma variação da doença da vaca louca não é o bastante para ocultar o fato de que esta é apenas mais uma "refilmagem" do clássico de Romero.
Audience Reviews for Dead Meat
This is a fully solid zombie flick.
It's well shot, and peppered with brief zaniness that is somewhat out of place but adds to throwing the viewer off serving to creep them out.
Dead Meat is a shot on video very low budget zombie movie straight from ireland its actually pretty good in that b movie over the top kinda way and any zombie lover should check out, The story starts with a couple out on a drive when they accidently hit a man who dies but he comes back to life and bites the husband while the wife runs off later on she is attacked by more zombie like people and is saved by a local gravedigger leading the both of them to figure out whats going on turns out mad cow disease is to blame as it was spread from animal to human. Decent amounts of blood an gore should keep the zombie or horror movie lover interestedMore
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