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Although Austrian writer/director Dominik Hartl has the right spirit for his alpine ghoul-fest, he ultimately lacks the material to generate more than mild amusement.
Kitsch, wacky and gory, Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is a fun-filled, blood-soaked ski lift ride crammed full of zombies.
Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is very much a one-joke movie - and the title is as funny as it gets.
You can find worse things to do for seventy minutes.
Attack Of The Lederhosen Zombies doesn't quite live up to its eye-catching name, but still offers enough undead snowboarding mayhem worth a horror laugh.
the film itself knows that engagement with any kind of serious issue can be an uphill struggle, and so instead takes the path of least resistance, whooping and guffawing all the way down to genre's bottom.
Rising to the challenge of doing something new(ish) with an overworked sub-genre, this may not be particularly scary or funny. But it belies its modest budget to splatter to knowing effect.
It falls firmly into the 'disposable fun' category, but ultimately it isn't much more than that.
This low-budget spoof will appeal to devotees of the zombie genre, but ultimately it's too amateurish to stand out from the staggering crowd.
The acting is wooden and the special effects aren't all that special, but it's a spirited effort and doesn't drag during its 78 minutes.
For all its dumb fun, this genre has reached the bottom of the mountain.
"Any Given Low-Budget Zombie Movie feat. Snowboards"
Meets the bare minimum requirement for dumb fun.
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