As contractors to an East London building site unlock a 350-year old vault full of seriously hungry zombies, the East End has suddenly gone to hell and the cockney way of life is under threat. Equipped with all the guns and ammo they can carry, a group of bank robbers led by Katy (Michelle Ryan) are London's only hope of saving East London from a zombie Armageddon.
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Cockneys Vs. Zombies is a classic B movie material. I especially loved Richard Briers with a zimmer frame being chased across the lawn by the Zombies, brilliant. Not a thinking mans film by any stretch of the imagination but worthy time killing piece of entertainment.
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Cs. Vs Zs. is a great way to spend 90 minutes. Althought I'm a Kiwi, I've always loved Cockney humour. There are plenty of laughs, all hanging the improbable and crazy theme of a bunch of a bunch og Cockney wideboys, and girls, tackling an invasion of zombies. All done at a frantic pace - well, except in one hilarious scene - but I don't want to be a spoiler. Cs. Vs Zs. is all done in the worse possible taste, of course, so it reminds me of a 'Carry on' film, on steroids. The four stars I gave it is actually 4.5. I enjoyed this film so much I'd be happy to view it again and again, at about six monthly intervals; afterall, you can only stomach so many zombies at a time.
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