Well, I should have checked with IMDb before sitting down to watch this 2019 movie titled "Zombie Bro" from writer and director May Grehan. Sure, this was a children's movie, but still even as such it was just painstakingly stupid to sit through. The storyline was horrible, and the acting for the majority of the movie was dubious at best. And that made for a very terrible movie experience. Even my 10 year old son found no enjoyment in watching "Zombie Bro". Granted, with this being a kids movie, then of course the special effects should not be something to rival "The Walking Dead", but come on. They painted Teddy's face gray and darkened circles around the eyes. Yeah, as true to horrible low budget zombie movies, they forgot all about the rest of the body, which was just left the normal skin color. That alone is sufficient for me to give up on a movie. And truth be told, 20 minutes into the ordeal, I gave up. It literally felt like an hour had passed, as the storyline and the storytelling that took place in the movie was so phenomenally slow paced. And believe you me, there is no chance that we are returning to watch the rest of "Zombie Bro", because the movie just failed to entertained or captivate on any level. I think that something like "Scooby-Doo!" will be a lot more enjoyable any day in comparison to "Zombie Bro". This 2019 movie scores a generous two out of ten stars from me. This was a massive swing and a miss, even for a children's movie.
Zombie Bro is a kids comedy feature film about a little girl whose brother is a zombie, but nobody else seems to notice.
December 12, 2020