This movie is rated R for violence.  It is an hour and twenty-eight minutes long.  It stars David Carridine, Jeremy Sisto, Ever Carridine, and Portia de Rossi (in a small part).

This movie is about a group of kids traveling down the lonely road ontheir way to a wedding.  Of course they get lost and learn that they won’t be able to make it that night, so they spend the night in a spooky little town in a spooky little Bed and Breakfast with a spooky french chef.  Things go wrong when first the chef is discovered dead and then the owner dies of an assumed heart attack.  There the horror starts.  There is a lot of death and dying, and a ton of comedic lines and turns.  This movie takes an unexpected turn and becomes . . . a zombie movie.  Yes I said it, it is a zombie movie.

Funny is one word that can be used to describe this movie.  It is fantastic, and hilarious.  If you a looking for a horror film, this is not the one for you, but if you are looking for a bloody movie with cute guys and gals and lots of comedy, then this is the movie for you.  It takes several different turns, and some characters die that I wish didn’t have to die, but in the end even their deaths are funny, and fun.  Scary Movie this movie is not, it is just a zombie horror movie that doesn’t take itself too seriously.  There is a scene when one of the main female characters is fighting off zombies in a hallway between two staircases, and the zombies keep coming.  Her line “You’ve got to be kidding me” as each zombie group comes is totally hilarious.

The main thing I didn’t like about this movie was that the reason the people were becoming zombies was a little odd, and didn’t seem as well thought out as it could have been.  That said, it does add to the odd turns that the movie takes since you aren’t exactly expecting what you get.  Plus you have to watch out for the keeper of the town records, she’ll kill you.

If you want a movie that is fun and funny and a little gory watch this one.  If you want a serious horror movie, move along, move along.