The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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...undoubtedly benefits from the inspired casting of Brian Posehn as a blood-thirsty zombie.
One can't help but feel that the screenplay needed three or four more polishes before production got rolling.
If a movie has to tell you up front that it's going to be funny, it's not going to be funny.
Brian posehn is the only reason it's even semi-tolerable, if you're a budding indie film maker and you want to make a zombie movie, watch this and take notes because the whole thing is a good example of what not to do. First lesson: don't cast chris kattan.
Miscast, horribly acted, poorly written and incompetently directed, this flick is DOa. Kudos for not skimping on the violence and a fuck you for everything else.
What is it with the sudden influx of comedy-western-horror mashups?
Uneven horror/comedy (or as the makers say Zombedy) set in the old west. Annoying inserts explaining (and then happening) during the zombie attacks. Brian Posehn does get a few laughs as the 1st of the zombified, but the rest strains for giggles and groans, achieving a few.
Doesn't balance the horror and silliness properly, so a lot of scenes and lines fell flat.
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