Eat Me: A Zombie Musical is not referred to as such in the movie's opening titles. Rather, it was called "Eat Me: The Musical," which I would like to suggest as the more official title for the movie. It is also more appropriate because, minor spoilers, zombies don't appear until 3/4 of the way through the movie, so if you're only buying Eat Me for the zombies, then you might be disappointed. Otherwise, you might find it to be an enjoyable watch. Eat Me: The Musical has become somewhat of a cult classic, most recently spotlighted by horror host Count Gore De Vol, and won the Fright Night Film Festival award for Best Soundtrack in 2009. In many ways, Eat Me reminds of other band movies like the Monkees' Head or Frank Zappa's 200 Motels. It has a great soundtrack and there are a lot of legitimately funny moments, but it's best to turn off your brain when watching it and try not to think too deeply about it. It's confusing and doesn't seem to follow any sort of distinct plot, so if you're not a fan of movies like that, then this movie probably isn't for you. Still, Eat Me did with a low budget and a lot of time what other big budget band movies wish they could do. I rate it eight out of ten.