Night Of The Living Dorks Review
Country : USA
Running Time: 89 minutes
Distributor: Anchor Bay
Three nerdy high schoolers participate in a voodoo ritual which, after they are later killed in a car accident, brings about some unexpected--and horrifically hilarious--results....
Written and Directed by Mathias Dinter. Starring Tino Mewes, Manuel Cortez and Thomas Schmieder.
In a desperate attempt to conquer a girl's heart (and
body), Philip and his friends Konrad and Wurst undergo
a voodoo ritual and become soiled by the ashes of a
dead Haitian zombie. There's no result at first but,
after a car accident, our jolly trio is immune to pain
and has developed an insatiable desire for raw meat.
While Konrad and Wurst are having the time of their
lives abusing their zombie powers, Philip turns to his
loving neighbor girl for a cure. This light-headed and
spirited production contains all the necessary
ingredients to guarantee brainless entertainment and
yet a lot more, too.
Sound familiar? Well, we have seen the story over and
over again... but what Night of the Living Dorks
actually pulls off is a highly entertaining horror
spoof/comedy with some great thrills and excellent
Very good effort from director Mathias Dinter. I am
not usually impressed by low budget films from Germany
with 'Dork' in the title, so don't take this lightly.
It's worth a shot for sure.
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Review by John Gray, for Pitofhorror.com