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Cockneys Vs Zombies

Released on 22 October 2012

Featuring: Michelle Ryan, Honor Blackman & Georgia King

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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As contractors to an East London building site unlock a 350-year old vault full of seriously hungry zombies, the East End has suddenly gone to hell and the cockney way of life is under threat. Equipped with all the guns and ammo they can carry, a group of bank robbers led by Katy (Michelle Ryan) are London's only hope of saving East London from a zombie Armageddon.
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 Average rating (8 reviews)


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Another brilliant British horror gem with plenty of laughs, if you dig films like snatch and Shaun of the dead this is both combined, all the classic British potty mouth humour you expect especially from Alan (Brick top) Ford who is such a character as usual, the rest of the cast is great too all have a fun part to play, there is plenty of original and very funny moments, the film has a pretty decent budget too with a great open title sequence and some good effects, you cant help but love this film, it might be a tad cheesy and not everyones cup of tea but its damn good fun all the way!!!

 Best Comedy/Horror of 2012

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My name is Jasvir Lota. I starred in this movie. I am the Zombie who gets his legs chopped of by Michelle Ryan. I die at the end of the movie. This was an amazing movie to make and it is an amazing movie to watch. One of the best british horror movies of the decade. Plenty of laughs along the way. This movie will have you in stitches. This will be a cult movie. filmextras.co.uk/jasvirlota

 Over the top, assured, tongue in cheek solid gold my son

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Firstly, it's a little unfair to compare this to Shaun of The Dead as whilst there are similariies - zombies being one of them! - it stands alone on its own merits. The opening scene contains some terrible acting and at first I wondered what I was in for but when the two brothers (about who the film revolves) appear on screen, the stage is set for some witty dialogue, joyously hammy performances, ott violence and plenty of cursing. Now, I hate British films normally, and hate British films set in London even more...BUT...hats off to the writer / director, i was glued...ok so maybe the less said about then opening sequence the better but glued after that bit! Its obvious the entire cast had fun making this and its shows, although Richard Briers sadly appears in a movie following which he hinted in an interview of his fast failing health, but overall its a joy to watch. Its also not afraid not to hold back on below the belt humour. When a zombie baby appears, the way the threat is removed is both disgusting (as a parent I have to say that) but its also pretty funny and I am ashamed to admit i laughed out loud.
So bottom line, if you DID like Shaun Of The Dead, you are bound to love this film too but its not a copy-cat.. Incidentally my sole reason for watching this was because Michelle Ryan was in the cast, but I am happy to say that (lovely though she is) you'll remember the movie for the right reasons - slick, entertaining and funny.

 Brilliant entertainment

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After a bad week we put this in the player and didn't expect much but by the end we had stitches in our sides and felt tons better. Go on give it a go and take it for what it is just pure entertainment .

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ActorsMichelle Ryan, Honor Blackman, Georgia King, Harry Treadaway, Alan Ford, Richard Briers, Rasmus Hardiker, Dudley Sutton, Dominic Burns, Tony Gardner, Jack Doolan, Ashley Bashy Thomas, Georgina Hale, Lee Nicholas Harris & Lee Asquith-Coe
DirectorMatthias Hoene
Certificate15 years and over
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.