Zombeavers (2014) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Zombeavers (2014) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Animals & Nature, Comedy
  • Cast and crew: Rachel Melvin, Cortney Palm, Lexi Atkins, Hutch Dano, Jake Weary, Peter Gilroy, Rex Linn, Brent Briscoe, Phyllis Katz, Robert R. Shafer, Bill Burr, John Mayer, Jordan Rubin, Sonny Tanning, Fred Tatasciore
  • Director:  Jordan Rubin
  • Screenwriter:  Al Kaplan, Jon Kaplan, Jordan Rubin

Zombeavers (2014) Rating:

  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 3 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.8 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 7.0 / 10;

Zombeavers (2014) Synopsis:

A group of teenagers out in a cabin near a lake gets attacked by a family of aggressive mutant beavers.

Zombeavers (2014) Review:

Zombeavers… zombie + beavers… what a promising title and finally something that has never been done before! Well, at least I thought so at first, only to be disappointed. Apart from the cool concept, Zombeavers is nothing more than yet another teen horror/comedy movie.

The movie gets rid of the story aspect extremely quickly, and you’ll understand the overall scenario pretty much within the first 5 minutes of the movies, which leaves the 80 minutes left for an avalanche of beaver action, lots of sex, girls in bikini, booze and tons of stupid, really stupid jokes.

The beavers are so badly done puppets creature that even the Critters creature, done 30 years before, are more credible! In comparison, movies such as Piranha 3D have the special effects of a Transformers movie. The fake aspect of the beavers goes with the comedy tone of the movie because Zombeavers is primarily a comedy before anything else. But to be honest, apart from the beavers themselves, the rest of the movie is not that fun… it completely lacks subtlety and yet is not dumb enough to be fun… feeling more like a lame, politically-correct teen comedy to me.

The last part of the movie brings a few good surprises, just enough to make the movie watchable until the end, but that’s pretty much all that Zombeavers as to give. I would recommend creature/comedy lovers to watch the hilarious Piranha 3D instead.

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