Zombeavers (2014) - Comedy, Horror

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A fun weekend turns into madness and horror for a bunch of groupies looking for fun in a beaver infested swamp.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: Jordan Rubin
Stars: Rachel Melvin, Cortney Palm
Length: 77 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 12 out of 86 found boring (13.95%)

One-line Reviews (36)

It isn't all laughter there are moments that you will think, naaa this going to be bad after all but it is in fact the way they shot this movie that makes it worth watching.

Cliché, cliché, cliché.

Pretty entertaining comedy-horror spoof .

If you ever have trouble falling asleep, this will help .

This just makes it more satisfying for us viewers (spoiler alert) when they all die in predictable ways, (spoiler alert) except for at the end (spoiler alert)(spoiler alert).

Okay I watched this not expecting much but the fact is, there is no storyline.

It's insane, it's over-the-top, hilariously gratuitous, vehemently stupid, gloriously horrendous, and infectiously entertaining.

One is an annoying and crude and enjoys taking her clothes off, one is bland and the other seems prudish and thoughtful--just the sorts of folks you cannot imagine actually being friends.

Actually no, because a silly movie like "Zombeavers" could have tried a little bit harder to deliver something that is even trashier, more entertaining and memorable.

I was taken by surprise how entertaining and pleasing this schlock horror comedy film was.

Watch all three for an action packed, funny, scary and all round wondrous film day.

Chessy,cliché but enjoyable than most of those low-budget horror films these days.

Cortney Palm lends the movie some gratuitous nudity and is probably the most enjoyable character in the movie.

As for it's strengths - the cheezy hand puppet beaver effects were kind of enjoyable; there's a nice pair of tits as well as the stand- out scene in which a little dog is sacrificed to the zombeavers.

Stupid, mildly enjoyable zombie-comedy...

Despite all this, the movie is enjoyable.

So far so good, and I could even appreciate how incredibly ridiculous and phony the zombie-beavers looked, but what I found absolutely intolerable is the boring and unexciting middle section.

Performances were good (except for Peter Gilroy, who was kind of hammy) and the movie was fun and intriguing.

This film manages to get just about everything right in the enjoyable fun sense.

And I am simply bored of the buggers.

Rather than creating pretentious scare, or any artsy cinematography, which it has none, the movie goes on its way to make comedy out of the entire prospect.

Boring .

Moments before the predictable horror clichés consist largely of characters sitting or standing around trading barbs or banter.

Surprisingly, this is more enjoyable than most cheap scare could be.

-The story is cliché and presented with every cliché in the book as painfully stupid as possible.

"Zombeavers" simply isn't imbecilic, outrageous or entertaining enough.

) Second, the dialog is unimaginably bland and predictable, mainly centered on the trio's sexual adventures.

However it had the potential to entertaining and at least better and more original than your average creature-horror (which, admittedly, is a very low hurdle).

That will get very confusing, I am sure.

Entertaining :) .

Since the story is so predictable, it was fun for me to rightfully guess what happened next.

With a good set of actors, better puppets or CGI and a top notch director the premise of this film could have become truly terrifying, as it was I found it pretty boring and trite.

The music is far too ambitious with the usual awful orchestration that is so generic it makes the movie boring.

This was a pretty bizarre film but for some odd reason, I actually really enjoyed it.

Surprisingly entertaining low budget blend of horror and comedy utilizing mostly practical effects such as puppetry which lends scenes some unintentional hilarity.

I had so much fun with this incredibly silly but amazingly entertaining flick that I'll happily rate it a whopping 8.5/10, rounded up to 9 for letting my favourite girl, Zoe, make it through to the very end.