With James Karen, Thom Mathews, Dana Ashbrook, Marsha Dietlein, Philip Bruns, Michael Kenworthy
Directed by Ken Wiederhorn

Usually when they throw a kid into the mix, things start to fall apart. Not so in this fun follow-up. The only connection (besides James Karen and Thom Mathews hilarious reteaming) is the canned zombie drums - one of which falls off a military truck, landing in a sewer pipe. A comicbook fan boy discovers it, but it is pried open by the black sheep of the neighbourhood, the gas infecting him. Slowly the suburb becomes zombie infested as the kid and his sister try to survive. James Karen and Thom Mathews' return is one of the highlights, this time as two grave robbers who get trapped in the middle of a cemetery infested with zombies. The humour gets even more cheesy in this chapter as our gang of survivors try to hatch a plan to foil the brain lusting zombies. Great fun.

4 / A
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